Mo, a brand-new comedy series from A24 Television, has just recently premiered on Netflix. Will there be a season 2? Below, we’ll go over its chances. Mohammed “Mo” Amer, Teresa Ruiz, and Omar Elba appear in the television series that he and Ramy Youssef co-created (Limetown).
The protagonist of the story is a Palestinian refugee living in Houston who is doing everything in his power to stay afloat while treading a fine line between seeking asylum and pursuing U.S. citizenship.
Particularly in the comedy category, where Netflix has struggled lately, the show has emerged as one of the new Netflix Originals with the best reviews. In actuality, as of the writing of this article, Netflix has not yet renewed any of its nascent new comedy series for 2022. Uncoupled, Hard Cell, God’s Favorite Idiot, The Pentaverate, and Murderville are all awaiting renewals.
It has a perfect rating on RottenTomatoes as of the time of writing, but not quite enough reviews to merit the Certified Fresh designation that most shows aim for. According to audience ratings, the series has a 7.4/10 rating on IMDb and a 91% rating on RottenTomatoes.
Netflix Renewal Status for Mo Season 2
The series is ready for more stories to come out of Houston in the future, and Mo Amer has already jokingly mentioned a second season in an interview segment. Will it, however, be renewed? As you are already aware, Netflix renewals are tricky, but there are a few key points to watch out for.
The show’s statistics will ultimately determine whether Netflix decides to renew it. As we’ve previously discussed, a show’s renewal or cancellation depends on a variety of factors, including how many viewers tune in to the show, how many watch it through to the end (this is becoming increasingly important), and other elements. So how is the Netflix show performing?
According to the Netflix top 10 website, the show wasn’t able to enter the global top 10s in its first week on the service. The series has shot up the charts in some of Netflix’s MENA regions, including Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, according to raw top 10s provided by FlixPatrol.
The programme ranked as the 103rd most watched movie worldwide in its first week, per the IMDb Moviemeter. On August 29, 2022, the programme rose in popularity to become the 71st most watched show worldwide, according to TelevisionStats.com, which compiles its statistics from data from websites like Google search, Wikipedia, and other sources.