What/If focuses on an irresistible and unexpected proposal by a mysterious woman to two newlyweds without money in San Francisco. The social thriller and neo-noir were produced by Warner Bros Television and a team of showrunners including Mike Kelley, Melissa Loy, Alex Gartner, Charles Roven, Robert Zemeckis and Jack Rapke.
Despite the recent premiere of the social thriller and neo-noir written and produced by Mike Kelley, users of the streaming platform already want to know if the drama starring Renée Zellweger, who returns after an extended period of inactivity, will have a second season.
Although Netflix renews “What/If” the series for a second instalment, it will have a different plot and characters, as it pretends to be an anthology. But how will this format be applied? Maybe follow the path of “American Horror Story” and tell a new story with the same rotating cast in each instalment, or you could imitate “Fargo” and have a completely new cast every season, but with plots related by theme, structure or geographic location.
In a conversation with Forbes about his plans for “What/If” creator and showrunner Mike Kelley said he was fascinated by the idea of destiny and choice, as well as how these two concepts intersected. “In the series, everyone can relate to a path taken, or not, and the consequence of the decisions made.”
However, considering that the streaming service explains that “What/If” explores “the chain reactions that take place when noble and kind-hearted people perform inappropriate and delectable acts. In each of its seasons the series reflects on the moral consequences of committing unethical actions that can change the trajectory of a lifetime, ”a second instalment is likely to be confirmed.
He also commented that he would be pleased to return to work with the same actors in any future season, although presumably, they would be playing different characters.
The second season of “What/If” still has no official release date on Netflix, but the new episodes could arrive in 2020.