Given the fact that On the Verge Season 2’s renewal had not been confirmed as of 2022, a cancelation might be possible for the show. We already know that the program is a co-production, meaning different broadcasters and producers are working together, so the decision to renew it was not exclusively Netflix’s responsibility. Studio Canal takes the majority of the responsibility for On the Verge Season 2, but if they offer an extension, we are guessing that Netflix will be very open to the idea because the show was a complete success on that website.
The majority of the evaluations were good regarding the 1st season, but the series barely had a few thousand reviews on IMDb, indicating that it did not have a large viewership which is probably the biggest reason for the sad news for On the Verge Season 2’s cancelation. According to statistics, you can see the show did not perform well, but by no means it was a bad show because On The Verge did appear in the Netflix top 10.
What caused the trouble was the show’s success lasted for a very short time, probably causing confusion among the producers and the broadcaster. In addition, in the United States, we saw On the Verge Season 1 spending 10 days in the top 10 on television, which lasted for 7 days.
Outside of the United States, the show had a little effect in Australia, staying on the same list for only 5 days; however, On the Verge Season 1 did appear on Netflix’s freshly revealed top 10 figures page in 5 countries, namely Croatia, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, and Uruguay.
On the Verge Season 2
According to its producer and actress Julie Delpy, the comedy series On the Verge Season 2 has been shelved by Netflix, but is the news true? Looks like they are.
Delpy revealed the news in the comment page of one of her most Instagram images, which got different reactions from the fans. When a fan inquired about Season 2, Delpy responded that the program had been “canceled,” albeit its distributors had “forgotten to mention it was canceled.” Like, what kind of a producer or distributor can forget to announce their show’s cancelation?
On the Verge Cast
Anyways, On the Verge Season 1 follows 4 female friends in their late 40s, and the names of the people in the cast are Delpy, Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Jones, and Alexia Landeau. According to its actual wording, On the Verge “followed the events that 4 women have: a chef, a single mom, an heiress, and a potential employee. The narrative deepens as they dug into love and work while having midlife crises in pre-pandemic L.A.”
The actress Julie Delby portrayed Anne in the 12-episode Netflix series while showing us about 4 middle-aged women’s lives. All the characters come from various socioeconomic origins and of course, they have some ups and downs of love and work as we all do.
The actress was the one who revealed the shocking and saddening news related to On the Verge Season 2 when a fan had asked for an update on the show’s 2nd season through an Instagram post.
Another cast member Shue had previously featured in The Boys as Madelyn Stillwell, and she was one of the villains of the show, offering a different narrative from the other women. She was one of the key figures in the show but her character died at the end of the 1st season.
On the Verge Meaning
According to the dictionary, on the verge means “when (something) is going to happen or is highly likely to happen” which goes really well with the show’s plot. We think the show makers did a good job when it comes to picking the title for the show. Well, fans, keep waiting for On the Verge Season 2 without losing hope.