Velma Season 2 Confirmed to be in Development After Divisive Debut

Velma Season 2 Confirmed to be in Development After Divisive Debut

The animated series debuted to combined evaluations last month.

Alex Stedman


Feb 14, 2023 12: 58 am


Feb 14, 2023 12: 50 am

Despite its dissentious important reception, a 2nd season of Velma remains in advancement.

The news initially broke today within Deadline‘s interview with Warner Bros. Tv Group Chairman and CEO Channing Dungey, which stated that her group is presently dealing with Velma Season 2. The dissentious animated series aired its Season 1 ending over the weekend.

A source near to the production validates to IGN that a 2nd season is certainly in advancement, although a main renewal has yet to be revealed. While it’s not entirely unusual for programs to be canceled after advancement has actually begun, all indications indicate more experiences for this adult-animated variation of the Scooby-Doo gang.

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The series was consulted with combined evaluations from critics and straight-out reaction from numerous fans, presently holding a low 42% vital score on evaluations aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. In her evaluation for IGN, while she applauded a few of the humor and the representations of Daphne and Fred, Brittany Vincent composed, “this program likely happened because of fans who have actually constantly desired more for the teenage super-solver. Paradoxically, the series would be greatly much better without its name– or, a minimum of a variation of her with a bit more character development.”

Other evaluations were harsher: Entertainment Weekly called it a “a self-aware slog,” while Variety composed that it “can’t frighten up a factor to exist.”

Despite all that, you can’t argue with the numbers. According to Deadline, it was HBO Max’s most-watched animated series launching ever, so a 2nd season would not be a substantial shock even with the reaction.

Alex Stedman is a News Editor with IGN, managing home entertainment reporting. When she’s not composing or modifying, you can discover her reading dream books or playing Dungeons & & Dragons.

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