Netflix has a magnificent collection of adult animated series on the platform, like Big Mouth, BoJack Horseman, Adventure Beast, Q-Force, Chicago Party Aunt, and very famous Inside Job.
Inside Job is an adult animated American television series by Shion Takeuchi.
The series has proved itself as successful on Netflix, after it was released on October 22nd, 2021. The show has received a lot of positive critical reviews. The San Francisco Chronicle claimed the show as, “It’s emotionally wise and sincere, and completely bonkers in a free-associative way […] But it absolutely works.”
After season 1 of Inside Job on Netflix was an enormous success. Fans are wondering, will there be an Inside Job season 2 on the streaming platform?
Is there a release date for Inside Job Part 2?
Netflix still has not officially announced a season 2 of Inside Job yet. But, we hope that season 2 is still on its way. They dropped only ten episodes on October 22nd, and we can hope if there will be a sequel, Netflix is going to launch another set of ten episodes.
But, sometimes Netflix announces the release just a few weeks before the premiere. This happened with shows like Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
I finally finished watching inside job on Netflix and I’m already sad season 2 ain’t out yet 😕 pic.twitter.com/AFcawFBvVg
— 🛸💫👽ブルーレイ👽💫🛸 (@JAKANGG) November 10, 2021
Inside Job season 2 release date
As there is no official confirmation, there is no premiere date yet of the series. However, if Netflix announces any confirmation in the coming months, we can expect a new season at the end of 2022 or beginning of 2023.
Who is in the cast of season 2?
Season 2 of Inside Job will cast a lot of the same voice artists from season 1, which includes Lizzy Caplan as Reagan Ridley, Christian Slater as Randy Ridley, Clark Duke as Brett Hand, Tisha Campbell as Gigi Thompson, Andrew Daly as J.R. Scheimpough, Chris Diamantopoulos as Robotus, John DiMaggio as Glenn Dolphman, Bobby Lee as Dr. Andre, and Brett Gelman as Magic Myc.
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We can only hope many new voice actors will join the second season of the show.