Ratched is the third new show by Ryan Murphy to exclusively hit the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix. If you have already watched the total of eight episodes in the first season, then do not worry, more are coming on the way. In this article we have gathered up everything related to the Ratched Season 2 including the renewal status of the show, production status of the second season, and the expectations from the second season. Make sure to read the full article so that any important information related to your favourite show is not missed.
Before moving further with our topic, let us take a recap of the show for anyone who has not watched the series yet. The TV series is serving as a prequel to the 1962 novel and the subsequent movie, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. Although, the series is much of a complete package on its own and there is no necessity to watch the original movie to watch the prequel to the story.
Ratched Season 2 | Netflix Renewal Status
The show is actually made by ABC and Fix Studios, and it was then sold to the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, as opposed to him making it under the streamer banner. It is worth noting that the overall deal of Ryan Murphy with Netflix does not technically come into play for this series. Hollywood was the first actual full Netflix original title to come from Murphy to Netflix in early 2020.
When the series was picked by the streaming giant back in the month of September of the year 2017, it came with an initial order of two seasons. It has diverged slightly since the original press release in that we got one episode more than originally promised, but as per some of the reports, Ratched scored a two-season, 18-episode straight-to-series order.
This clearly means that the second season of the series is going to happen without any doubt. However, the time at which it will be happening depends on a lot of things as we will get to know shortly.
As of now we do not have any clue when the production of Ratched Season 2 will be started. Stay tuned for more.