Derry Girls season 2: Netflix left numerous fans of Derry Girls raging when it expelled the second season of this comedy series from the service after only four days.
Last Thursday (July 9) the streaming service Netflix affirmed the appearance of season 2 of the Channel 4 show on the stage, tweeting: “Derry Girls Season 2 is now on Netflix if you’re looking for a reason to watch it once more.” Yet, only few days later it vanished from the platform, leaving numerous fans justifiably furious.
On Tuesday (July 14) Netflix UK and Ireland tended to the show’s removal on Twitter, stating: “UPDATE: it looks like we were early with this one so have had to take season 2 down, for now. “We will let you know when it’s coming back as soon as we can. In the meantime, it’s accessible now on All 4.”
Derry Girls was renewed for a third season by Channel 4 in April of a year ago. Reporting the news, maker Lisa McGee told fans: “I love writing this show and I’m so thrilled to have the option to continue with the Derry Girls story. Thankyou to Channel 4, Erin and the eejits live to fight one more day!” The first season of Derry Girls, which publicized on Channel 4 out of 2018, is as yet accessible on Netflix for fans of watch.
Fans of the show have been pining after the show’s third season, which was charged in April 2019 and due to begin shooting in June this year as per star Nicola Coughlan (Claire), anyway because of the progressing coronavirus pandemic, creation has been stopped.
“We were meant to begin filming around now,” she disclosed to Angela Scanlon’s Thanks A Million podcast.”but filming has been on hold for now which sucks, and we are all really excited to return and start again and see the scripts because we actually haven’t.”