This year, Hulu came up with the drama series titled Little Fires Everywhere. It has finished airing episodes on the streaming platform on April 22, 2020. Now some fans are demanding more episodes, questioning if the second season of the drama series is happening or not. So we have appeared with all the details regarding the second season of Little Fires Everywhere:
Will We Get A Season 2?
So Hulu did not give the green light to the second season of the drama series Little Fires Everywhere. The first season aired on Hulu from March 18, 2020, to April 22, 2020, that has 8 episodes. The supporters of the series are still in the hope of a second season. They are thinking that there is still some possibility for the return of the drama series for season 2.
But we don’t think that Little Fires Everywhere will come back for a new season. Keep reading to know the release reason.
Why Will Little Fires Everywhere Not Return For Season 2?
Little Fires Everywhere is a miniseries of Hulu and it is based on the novel of the same name by Little Fires Everywhere by author Celeste Ng. Season 1 has covered the story of the entire novel and there is no material for more seasons. The series is already intended to be a miniseries, so there is no possibility for a new season. So we don’t think Hulu will renew the drama series for a second season.
A spinoff series can occur in the future. Earlier the creator of the series Liz Tigelaar hinted that a spinoff series is possible by saying there are tales to describe but that’s more of a spinoff than a second season.
About Little Fires Everywhere
The drama miniseries Little Fires Everywhere is all about the destinies of the Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who shake their lives. Liz Tigelaar developed the series for Hulu and Celeste Ng, Shannon Huston, Rosa Handelman, and Harris Danow are the producers of the series.
These are the stars of the series: Reese Witherspoon as Elena Richardson, Kerry Washington as Mia Warren, Joshua Jackson as Bill Richardson, Rosemarie DeWitt as Linda McCullough, Jade Pettyjohn as Lexie Richardson, Lexi Underwood as Pearl Warren, Megan Stott as Izzy Richardson, etc.