Briefly: Netflix has renewed a number of its series today, including One Day at a Time, which was finally picked up for a third season. The Queer Eye for a Straight Guy reboot, which has been unexpectedly sweet and uplifting and all around adorable, has also been picked up for a second season, along with Nailed It!, which I — and several others — quickly binge-watched after Kristy’s review (it’s fun, and even more fun to watch with your kids). There are only six episodes, but you will wish there were a lot more when you’re done.
In addition, Dope, Drug Lords, and The Toys That Made Us have also been renewed.
Dope is a docu-series filmed from the perspective of dealers, users and the police. It will return on April 20, 2018. Drug Lords tells stories about history’s most notorious kingpins, their terrifying enforcers, and the men and women who’ve sworn to bring them down. And The Toys That Made Us explores the minds behind history’s most-iconic toy franchises discuss the rise — and sometimes fall — of their billion dollar creations.
One show that has not been renewed for a third season yet is Santa Clarita Diet. It only began airing its second season last Friday, so a renewal may be premature, but it’s a fantastic season, as Kayleigh writes, and as someone who didn’t love the first season, I completely agree. Season two is fantastic and considerably better than season one.
And just FYI: Season two of A Series of Unfortunate Events kicks off on Friday.