Is Netflix’s Next in Fashion Season 2 cancelled?

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    Netflix says goodbye to Tan France and Alexa Chung’s (hosts) fashion competition series named Next in Fashion after the first season, at least on their platform. But we have some more news for its possible future seasons. Keep reading to read more updates.

    The show featured eighteen creative designers, who had to compete against one another and take home a whopping amount of $250,000. Also, they would get an opportunity to launch their new clothing line along with luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter. In the debut season, Minju Kim, a South Korean designer was the first and the only winner of the show.

    Next in Fashion season 2 is canceled by Netflix

    Netflix has decided to cancel Next in Fashion season 2 after its debut season, which premiered on January 29, 2020. Tan France, who is the fashion expert of Queer Eye also the host of the show, said that it is a one-season series, and they don’t know what will happen next. Also, it was one of the proudest things to work on such a platform. He added that he loves the show and Alexa (host).

    Currently, he is focused on Queer Eye. Tan also confirmed that they won’t be creating another season of the show. But he hinted to the fans that the show might get renewed on some other platform. The announcement came 2 days after the streaming service axed another show named Astronomy Club, which was the sketch comedy executive-produced by Kenya Barris. Check out the posts of disappointed Reddit users below.

    Not only Next in Fashion, but there are also numerous other shows in 2020, which were jettisoned by Netflix such as religiously tinged thriller Messiah, Idris Elba comedy Turn Up Charlie, Soundtrack, figure skating drama Spinning Out, and RuPaul-fronted AJ & the Queen after their debut seasons. Read one of the tweets of Next in Fashion’ fan below.

    More about the show

     

    Next in Fashion gave a chance to creative fashion designers to become a big name in the fashion industry. The 18 designers were made to face challenges on various design styles and trends that would influence the fashionholics. These 18 designers had a history of working with various A-list celebrities and fashion brands.

    The one who has originality, skills, and determination takes away the grand prize. The reality show was produced and created by theoldschool. Yasmin Shackleton and Robin Ashbrook served as the executive producers along with co-executive producer Adam Cooper. Eva Chen and Elizabeth Stewart were recurring guest judges of the show.

    Conclusion

    It is such a shame for a great show like Next in Fashion to end after season 1. But as an audience, you can bring it back. The only way to do it is by asking the creators to renew a new season.

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