Netflix has officially renewed the comedy series “Unstable” for a second season, which is set to begin filming in late November. The show, created by Rob Lowe, John Owen Lowe, Victor Fresco, and Marc Buckland, premiered on Netflix in March 2023.
The first season, consisting of eight episodes, followed a biotech genius and his son as they navigate personal and professional challenges. Despite facing uncertainties due to the WGA strike, production for the second season is now slated to start in Los Angeles on or around November 20th and wrap up in late January 2024.
In addition to the renewal announcement, Netflix revealed that Andrew Gurland, known for his work on “Married” and “Platonic,” will take over as the show’s showrunner for the second season. Rob and John Lowe expressed their excitement about returning to the world of “Unstable” and acknowledged the need for plenty of family therapy along the way.
The first season of “Unstable” garnered global popularity, entering the top ten lists of 45 countries. However, its viewership numbers dipped in the second week, falling out of the global top 10s completely. Despite this, Netflix has chosen to move forward with a second season.
Looking ahead to Season 2, viewers can expect the aftermath of Jean’s deception and her dismissal from the company. Ellis, dealing with the fallout, may face a court case and potential challenges to his position from Jean’s allies on the board. Furthermore, Jackson, having experienced a failed romance with Ruby, finds solace in a relationship with Ruby’s best friend, Luna. The second season will delve into the blossoming romance between Jackson and Luna and explore the impact on their friendship with Ruby.
Fans of the series can share their anticipation in the comments section. Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming season of “Unstable” on Netflix.