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The Big Show Show Season 2 Cancelled; Netflix Plans Special Inbound

After successfully completing one season on the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, The Big Show Show will not be returning to Netflix for a full second season. There is a big role in the big summer crossover event on Netflix and an upcoming Christmas special.

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The Big Show Show
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This show is a Netflix original series, and it is the second title that came from the partnership between the streaming platform and WWE. The series stars Paul Donald Wight II as The Big Show, his larger than life wrestling persona. A 7ft tall, with a hulking mass and standing like a tower with his teenage daughters in the fish out of water comedy.

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When a teenage daughter of The Big Show joins him to live with him, his other two daughters, and his wife, he quickly becomes outsmarted and outnumbered. Despite weighing around 400 pounds and being 7ft tall, he is no longer the centre of attraction and attention.

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The Big Show Show Renewal Status By Netflix

Talking about the official renewal status given by Netflix for the series, it is not going to be renewed for a second season. Netflix has cancelled the show just after one season, but an additional Christmas special will be released. There have only been a few months since the release of the first season of the show, and we have learned that it is not going to be renewed for the second season. However, it is not the end of the show, and a Christmas special is remaining to released on the streaming platform.

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The Big Show Show
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It was teased in July 2020, that The Show will be continuing in the meantime with two additional episodes. The first episode secretly turned out to be teasing Game On: A Crossover Event which was released on August 10, 2020. It was confirmed by Variety in September 2020, that although the show is not going to be renewed for a second season, but a Christmas special episode will be coming out.

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The co-showrunner of the show, Jason Berger shared his thoughts on the cancellation of the series and on the decision of not moving further with the series past the first season. He thanked everyone who watched the show with their family or alone in their basements on the behalf on the cast, staff, and crew of the show. He added that it was his dream to work with Netflix, and they had a blast making the show.

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