Back in May 2020, HBO Max released the romantic-comedy series titled Love Life during its launch. The series is created by Sam Boyd, and it features Anna Kendrick, Peter Vack, Zoë Chao, and Sasha Compère in the main lead. It is an anthology series that tells the story of a person from their initial romance until their ultimate romance.
The series managed to receive good ratings and love from the audiences for the cast performances and story. So some fans are also wondering if they will get a second season or not. So here are every detail regarding Love Life Season 2:
Will We Get A Season 2 Of Love Life?
The first season of the romantic comedy series just finished airing episodes yesterday. The good news is that Love Life is renewed for a second season by HBO Max. The renewal news just appears when the last episode of season one released. The streaming giant didn’t take much time to give the green light to additional episodes because the series is receiving a very good response and fans didn’t want this show to end soon.
HBO Max representative also talked about the renewal of series for the second season: ‘We are happy to pick up the second season of our first Max scripted original comedy.’
When Will Season 2 Of Love Life Release On HBO Max?
HBO Max didn’t provide a release date for the second season. But it will take much time to release. It is in the early stage of development and the first season just finished airing episodes. Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the production will not begin soon for ensuring the safety of cast and crew members.
We can expect it to release on HBO Max around late 2021 or early 2022. If any official update on the release of the second season appears, we will inform you.
Other Details For Love Life Season 2
At the time of renewal, it was revealed that the second season will focus on another character. The new season will not about the character of Anna Kendrick and also follow a different story. The news was confirmed by creator Sam Boyd. He said that he ‘has the chance to explore a whole new protagonist.’