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Spinning Out Season 2 On Netflix? Release Date, Cast And Other Updates

Spinning out was the first premiere of the year 2020. It was released on Netflix on January 1.

Spinning Out was created by Mercedes writer Samantha Stratton. The story features Kat Baker, played by Kaya Scodelario. The plot of the series revolves around an aspiring figure skater who had to temporarily leave the profession after suffering a life-threatening head injury.

Will Spinning out season 2 be released?

Unfortunately, the new year has not given Spinning out particular good luck. This is becoming, it has been canceled after a single season. The news arrived in February that Netflix has confirmed not to renew Spinning Out for season 2.

For now, the series set in the world of figure skating has not a renewal date yet. And there is no information whether it will return again with a new season.

What is Spinning Out about?

Spinning Out is a series set in the competitive world of ice skating. It is a tense drama about a rising star who suffers from an injury that threatens her career. But fate plans something different for the determined athlete. She gets another chance to fulfill her Olympic dream by joining another figure skater.

In addition to telling the competitive world of ice skating, Spinning Out explores the trauma of a young woman suffering from bipolar and how this disease affects her life.

In the cast of the TV series together with Scodelario, there was Evan Roderick, January Jones, Mitchell Edwards and Willow Shields with some more actors.

Is there a need for Spinning Out season 2?

Season 1 ended on a huge cliffhanger, so there was potential for the show to return. We watch Kate and Justin start their free skate. So we don’t know if the two, who have reconciled as lovers, manage to do well enough to carry on with their Olympic dreams.

So, there are many questions still unanswered in the series and therefore a second season would seem necessary to get at least some clarification.

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