Inside Job, an adult animated comedy on Netflix, has been cancelled, adding to the list of shows that are being axed. Shion Takeuchi, the co-creator and writer of the series, published the information on social media after confirming it. According to her statement, the show had previously been renewed for Season 2, but Netflix is no longer pursuing it. Given the language of Takeuchi’s comment, the eight-episode Part 2 that just debuted means that Season 1 had a total of 18 episodes, with Part 1 having 10 episodes.
The demise of Inside Job comes shortly after several other Netflix shows have been cancelled in recent months. Most recently, despite being one of the most watched English series, the streamer decided to stop 1899 after one season. After their debut seasons, Blockbuster, The Bastard Son and the Devil Himself, The Midnight Club, The Imperfects, and Partner Track were also cancelled in November and December. Fate: Before being cancelled, the second seasons of both The Winx Saga and Warrior Nun were released.
Everything to know about Inside Job
The animated office comedy Inside Job is set at Cognito, Inc., a covert government agency tasked with inventing every kind of conspiracy you can imagine. Reagan Ridley (Lizzy Caplan), a digital whiz who struggles to balance the pressures of her job and her personal dispute with her father Rand, is the main subject of the film (Christian Slater). Reagan is determined to show that the world can be improved despite everything.
Reagan terminates their relationship because she thinks Ron will be happier without her, as Part 2 came to a close. Finally, she and the group put an end to the Mandela effects and parallel timelines’ spiralling catastrophe. Reagan is welcomed by her group, and the Black Robes finally call her in and give her a seat at the table, which she takes. She has no idea what they are up to that is particularly nefarious.Takeuchi and Alex Hirsch, who had previously collaborated on Gravity Falls, are the creators of the series. Clark Duke, Brett Gelman, Tisha Campbell, John DiMaggio, Bobby Lee, Andy Daly, and Chris Diamantopoulos are included in the supporting cast. For Part 2, Adam Scott took on a recurrent role.