Lockwood And Co Season 2: Everything you need to know
As a big fan of “Lockwood and Co.” on Netflix, it’s only natural to be worried about its future and potential renewal for a second season. Unfortunately, Netflix hasn’t made any official announcements yet, but the show’s performance has been somewhat concerning.
With Netflix’s history of cancelling several YA shows, it’s possible that “Lockwood and Co.” might not make it to a second season. The show had a decent start, debuting at #2 on the top 10 list, but it never hit the #1 spot and has been steadily declining, now sitting at #5 in the US.
Here’s a little sneeky peek at what we know about season 2 and beyond from creator Joe Cornish speaking to Radio Times.
“Well, there are five books. Season one encompasses the first two books. So we think there’s definitely two more seasons we’d love to make out of the remaining books.”
While the show has received positive reviews with 90% critic scores and 94% audience scores, this might not be enough to secure a renewal. Creator Joe Cornish has expressed their hope to adapt all five books into three seasons, but with its current performance, it’s uncertain if the show will make it to a second season.
So, if you’re a fan of the show, it’s time to show your support! Finish the entire series and watch it again. While we don’t have access to Netflix’s internal data and budget information, it’s important for fans to show their love for the show and increase its chances of renewal.
Let me put it this way, there hasn’t been any official word from Netflix about the fate of Lockwood and Co. just yet, but just looking at its performance, I’m a bit worried.
You see, Netflix has a habit of cancelling numerous YA shows and Lockwood and Co. seems to fit the bill. It’s exactly the kind of show that Netflix tends to cancel, so it’s going to need to perform really well to avoid the axe.
From what I can tell, it’s not performing well enough. The show had a solid start at #2 on the top 10 list, but it never hit #1 and it’s already started to decline, now at #5 in the US. While it’s still getting good reviews with 90% critic scores and 94% audience scores, Netflix has shown that they don’t always take these into consideration.
I don’t have any insider info on Netflix’s data and budget spreadsheets, but based on what I’ve seen happen to shows like this, I have a feeling that Lockwood and Co. is going to need all the support it can get if it wants to see a second season. So, if you’re a fan, make sure you finish the whole series and give it a rewatch.