The deeply comedic Apple T.V. Plus show Bad Sisters was a hit in its first season. Season 2 will likely be just as popular, with the same cast and storyline.
Bad Sisters is based on the Flemish show Clan and is about the close-knit Garvey sisters whose abusive husband dies suddenly and gets them involved in an insurance probe.
Bad Sisters was an unexpected hit for Apple T.V. Plus. It was known for its great characters and dark humor, and the Irish show received more attention outside of Ireland.
The first season of Bad Sisters got great reviews from critics (a very rare 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes), and reviews from viewers were almost as good. Apple T.V. Plus, the company’s main streaming service, has quickly become known as a real place to find unique original material.
Bad Sisters is another show that fits in with Apple T.V. Plus’s selection of shows and movies. The best thing about Bad Sisters is that its characters are easy to like. Even though the show is moving away from its original idea, Bad Sisters season 2 will still be exciting because of the characters that are so easy to relate to.
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Latest news about Bad Sisters Season 2
Screenrant says that It’s good news that the WGA writers’ strike didn’t affect the most recent Bad Sisters season 2 update. It was against the WGA writers’ rules to write anything during the strike, which stopped most American works.
Horgan had to stop working on shows in the U.S., but she could still work on shows in the U.K. The writer/actor said, “We just had to down tools on all of our U.S. projects, and yeah, I feel kind of guilty I still get to make a show in the U.K.”
Even though the WGA strike is over, there have been no new developments regarding Bad Sisters season 2, and it needs to be clarified how far along it is. Since Horgan wrote the first season, Apple T.V. won’t rush the second season but will let it develop independently.
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What will Bad Sisters Season 2 be about?
Once the main idea is clear, how do you keep the story going? We don’t know yet, but Horgan does. While we were on set, I kept thinking of this one idea that could lead to a second season, even though I hadn’t planned to do any more.
There was a nice ending to the first season, but Horgan told the Radio Times, “I think when you kill a man and put yourself through that—and there were five of them in it—life is going to change. You don’t just pick yourself up and continue your life.” What would happen next to these women interested me. We’ll find out.”
Honing in the wake of a death is a common and profitable road. Just look at Big Little Lies’ second season, which was about the effects of the murder in season 1. The saying goes, “If your limited series is about murder, it probably won’t be a limited series for long.” This is also true for Big Little Lies and The White Lotus.
When does Bad Sisters Season 2 come out?
Based on what else Horgan said to the Radio Times, the show’s plots have already been written. Now it’s just a matter of when filming will begin. It won’t come out until early 2024, as per reports of GQ. While you wait, you can read our interview with Horgan here, mainly about the beautiful Irish places that inspired Bad Sisters.
Who Will Be in Bad Sisters Season 2?
Sharon Horgan and the rest of the Bad Sisters group will likely return for season two. That means we’ll see the Garvey sisters again since Horgan said the story will continue from the first season. Here is the cast list for Bad Sisters season 2:
- Sharon Horgan as Eva Garvey
- Anne-Marie Duff as Grace Williams
- Eva Birthistle as Ursula Flynn
- Sarah Greene as Bibi Garvey
- Michael Smiley as Roger Muldoon
- Brian Gleeson as Thomas Claffin
- Eve Hewson as Becka Garvey
- Daryl McCormack as Matthew Claffin
- Assaad Bouab as Gabriel
- Seána Kerslake as Theresa Claffin
Where can I watch Bad Sisters?
If you have Apple T.V. Plus, you can watch the first season of Bad Sisters. After a seven-day free trial, fans can now sign up for Apple T.V. Plus for $6.99 or £6.99 a month. So, why wait? Wallets, grab something!
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