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Netflix, we knew you wouldn't let us down.

The streaming device has just dropped some really good news – and we're in desperate need of it after they decided to not to renew Everything Sucks and they chose to give Insatiable the green light. 

Their surprise hit, the darkly comedic The End of The F**cking World is coming back for a second helping – and we couldn't be more excited. 

The Emmy-nominated show hit all the right notes with viewers – mainly down to the flawless casting of the two young leads – Jessie Barden (Alyssa) and Alex Lawther (James) as well as their pitch-perfect chemistry. 

I binged it in two days – and would have done it in one but it was just too good/off the wall – and I wanted to savour it.

If that isn't a sign of a great f**king show, I don't know what is. 

According to Buzzfeed, the second season announcement of was made at the Edinburgh TV Festival.

The British black comedy was based on Charles Forsman's graphic novel and had eight episodes in Season 1.

This time, the episodes will be based again on material written by Forsman and Netflix have tweeted confirming ​​​that Charlie Covell, who wrote the first season will be returning.  

However according to IndieWireshe may have to use her imagination for the next season though, as Alex Lawther has stated earlier this year, “it was based on a comic book series by Charles Forsman and the comics end where our episodes end.”

Jessie Barden celebrated the news on social media with the caption, ''please break Instagram'' an a kiss emoji. 

We were raging when the first season ended on a cliffhanger – what the hell happened to James?!

So are we ready to find out where our two teenage psychopaths are now?

Make that a F**K YES. 


If you spent any time wrapped up in the drama which seemed to keep the idyllic town of Monterey ticking over, you'll be pleased to know that there's more where that came from.

That's right, ladies, Big Little Lies is coming back.

The second season of the critically acclaimed drama, which was based on a book by Liana Moriarty, will be directed by Andrea Arnold, who won an Academy Award in 2005.

Celebrating the show's return, Reese Witherspoon issued a statement via HBO which pointed to her investment into the characters' stories.

"It gives us the opportunity to delve deeper into the lives of these intriguing and intricate Monterey families and bring more of their stories back to the audience who embraced and championed them."

Echoing her co-star's enthusiasm, Nicole Kidman said: "I’m so grateful to have this opportunity to keep exploring these female characters and make this series with my friends."

"I'm thrilled to be bringing back this talented team of artists," Reese added of the cast and crew.

"I’m beyond excited to be working with talented and acclaimed director Andrea Arnold who will be at the helm. Andrea’s unique storytelling style will be a welcome addition to the filmmaking team."

Big Little Lies won eight Primetime Emmy Awards at the 69th annual ceremony in September.


If you, like the rest of the nation, were hooked on the first season of Striking Out, you’ll be pleased to know that production for the second season has well and truly kicked off.

The popular drama series starring Amy Huberman sees her character Tara face new challenges which will undoubtedly test the Dublin-based solicitor.

The show, which averaged half a million viewers, first aired in January to rave reviews, and fans of the show are only dying to see what happens to Tara, Ray and Meg in the latest instalment.

Shooting for the second series, which will be directed by Lisa James Larsson and Simon Massey, is set to run for 12 weeks, with six episodes set to air in total.

In March of this year, Amy took to Twitter to excitedly announced that the series had been picked up by US station Acorn TV.

This is one series which seems to be going from strength to strength.



It took the whole world by storm when it premiered on Netflix over Christmas, and now it seems it's not the end to Making A Murderer.

The series directors, directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos said that they're beginning to work on the follow-up.

While speaking at a panel discussion in New York's IFC Center, Laura said, "From our perspective this story is obviously not over. It’s real life and the cases are both still pending. 

"We have no idea when the magistrate will make a decision in Brendan’s case. We do know that two potential outcomes are that the judge could order Brendan’s release or he could order a new trial. To the extent that there are significant developments, we would like to continue documenting this."

It might not be here as soon as we'd like though, Steven's civil lawyer, Stephen Glynn, was at the same panel and said that there are still difficulties in their way.

"There is a lot of hostility toward these two women in Wisconsin. The theory is that have played Wisconsin unfairly. But among those people who think and are a little more educated and thoughtful about these sorts of issues, there is appreciation."

After a brilliant first season, we just want to see what happens next with Steven and Brendan's cases.