Work In Progress debuted on Showtime in December 2019, which centered on Abby, a man who is facing depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. The series is written by the Matrix writer Lilly Wachowski along with Abby McEnany, and Tim Mason. The series cast McEnany in the main lead role of the 45-year-old man Abby. It is produced by John Skidmore. The production of the series and everything has happened in Chicago.
The first season of the comedy series finished broadcasting episodes on January 26, 2020. Now the supporters of the series are demanding a new season, they are asking if the second season is happening or not. So below are all the major updates for season 2:
Is Season 2 Happening?
Showtime made an announcement about the second season of the comedy series at the TCA Winter Press Tour. Work In Progress is officially renewed for the second season. The network delivered this good news on the day of the finale of season 1. Showtime claimed that the viewers have given so much love to the comedy series and critics also prase it especially for its story.
Other shows have also received the green light for a new season by Showtime: Black Monday, The Chi, Desus & Mero, City on a Hill, Billions, etc.
What’s The Possible Air Date?
After coronavirus hit the world the entertainment industry was very much impacted by it. Production on many projects was stopped for the protection of cast and crew members. So we are not expecting that the filming will begin soon for the second season of Work In Progress. So these things will also delay the release of the new episodes. Also, Showtime has not announced a particular date for season 2.
The sources have said that there are chances that Work In Progress season 2 can release around late 2021. If Showtime declares anything regarding it we will let you know.
Who Will Come Back For Season 2?
So we are expecting these talented stars to reprise their roles for the second season:
- Abby McEnany as Abby
- Karin Anglin as Alison
- Celeste Pechous as Campbell,
- Julia Sweeney as a fictionalized version of herself
- Theo Germaine as Chris