Surviving Summer, a new family drama that has been making an impact on Netflix’s top 10 lists, is one of the new series that will debut on the service in June 2022. What could we anticipate from next seasons of Surviving Summer and how likely is a season 2? Let’s look at it.
Werner Film Productions, an Australian production company that also created Netflix’s Secret City, is the company behind Surviving Summer. It features Sky Katz, who is most known for her work on Raven’s Home from her time at Disney. Savannah La Rain, Lilliana Bowrey, and Kai Lewins are all included in the cast.
How is Surviving Summer doing on Netflix?
Viewing figures for the show are a little early, but we do have a few sources to tell us how well it is performing. On June 14th, we got our first indication of how well the show was performing directly from Netflix.
While the show did not make the top ten on TV (English) in its first three days (due to fewer than 8.7 million hours viewed), it did appear on Netflix in its first full week (June 6 through 12). There, it received 20.3 million views, indicating that the show had a modest start but has gradually increased in popularity over time.
How does the show fare in terms of raw top 10 data, and where does it excel? According to FlixPatrol, the series is performing best in Eastern Europe, the Nordics, Australia, and New Zealand.
According to their data, the show may have peaked on June 7th (four days after its premiere) with 363 points. The show is also eligible for the Netflix Kids top ten, where it is doing well. surviving summer heatmap craze Top 10 Netflix TV Shows
Has Surviving Summer got a season 2 renewal on Netflix?
The fate of Surviving Summer has not yet been decided by Netflix as of the time of publication, a few weeks after the show’s debut. On the series’ future, we’re currently split 50/50. Australian productions haven’t historically had the best record with getting renewed, despite the fact that the show proved it had staying power from week one to week two.
The production crew is crossing its fingers that Shorehaven will fascinate viewers as it does Summer and that there will be a second season, ideally with sufficient surf, in a blog post that is hosted on the website of the production firm.
On June 8th, Lilliana Bowrey wrote on Instagram that a choice had not yet been made on the series, saying:
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If the show is revived, events will very certainly pick up where they left off in episode 10. Season 2 would most likely begin with Summer in New York (like it did in season 1), with a new task or motivation to return to Australia to spend time with her newly gained friends. Of course, a reversal is possible; could her friends join her in New York for season 2?