Girlboss Season 2, 3 and 4 coming to Netflix or bankruptcy after one? While the streamer weighs the cancel/renew metrics, showrunner Kay Cannon already has Nasty plans for Season 2 and potentially beyond, per THR:
We had already finished filming and Sophia called me the day after Donald Trump was elected president and said that Nasty Gal was filing for bankruptcy. In this idea that we’re not telling a fairytale, I thought that was an amazing story. Here’s this guy who filed for bankruptcy several times and has failed upward and we have a female-driven business that hired hundreds of women and Sophia was this mentor to women to take risks who is being criticized. We have a president where now our female reproductive rights are in question, and we’ve taken a million steps backward and this company is filing for bankruptcy. That’s a wonderful story to tell. I hope Netflix lets us tell it and we get enough seasons to do that.
On what Girlboss Season 2 will look like:
We would see more of her rise. It’s unclear if she’d move to L.A. or not, but we’d see some of the bumps of actually being a boss to people. What we’ll do in the show is this idea of understanding what your strengths and weaknesses are. A big weakness of Sophia’s is that she has no business managing people, especially when they’re her friends and how these friends could possibly take advantage of having their very young boss be their friend at the same time. We’ll explore all of that.
Will the cancellation reaper put Girlboss out of business once and for all, or is there no stopping this Nasty Gal? Stay tuned as we continue to monitor cancel/renew status of Girlboss Season 2 and potentially beyond…