With the kind of the year 2020 has turned out to be, a little laugh in our lives has become very essential. Netflix’s “The Duchess” has been providing has just that. After the release of the first season, fans have been waiting for “The Duchess Season 2” to get their ribs tickle yet again.
The show debuted on 11th September 2020 on Netflix. The six-part comedy-drama series was created and written by Katherine Ryan. Toby MacDonald is the director of the show.
The Release Date of “The Duchess Season 2”
We are yet to receive an official update on the second season of the show. But showrunner Katherine Ryan has revealed that she has already started writing the script of season 2. So, rest assured we do have a second run for the show. Although it might be 2020 or even 2021 before the season makes its debut.
Ryan at a press roundtable has revealed that she has already started writing for the second season. She is currently waiting for the green signal from Netflix. She has a lot of narratives in place.
The Plot of the Show
The show is a semi-biographical account of Katherine Ryan. It follows the fictional version of Katherine who is termed as a fashionably disruptive single mother living in London. The firsts season showed Katherine trying to juggle her work life, being a mother, and maintaining her relationship. Meanwhile, she starts to ponder having another child with her ex, Shep.
The season finale showed Katherine having her second child and a married Shep and Cheryl getting busy. Although we do not have an exact pot in line as of now, Ryan has stated that she has a to of ideas in place for the second season. She commented that having a new baby in life changes the parents’ lives and will obviously take them down different avenues. She is writing her second series keeping this in mind and hopes to get a go-ahead from Netflix for the second run.
The Cast of the Show
We hope that the season one cast will reprise their respective roles. The cast includes
- Katherine Ryan as Katherine
- Rory Keenan as Shep
- Katy Byrne as Olive
- Steen Raskopoulos as Evan
- Michelle de Swarte as Bev
- Sophie Fletcher as Jane
- Doon Mackichan as Cheryl
- Beau Gadsdon as Millie
- Tony Jayawardena as Mr. Michaels
- Anwar Lynch as Tom
- Geoff Norcott as Brian
- Naz Osmanoglu as Leo
- Maya Jama as Sandra