Early in October 2021, Netflix debuted their newest sitcom in the guise of a broadcast network: “Pretty Smart.” It is shot on a typical living room sitcom set, and a laugh track helps to make the simple jokes funnier.
Chelsea (Emily Osment), a sophisticated, aspiring novelist with a Harvard education, is the subject of the television series. After getting dumped by her boyfriend, Chelsea moves in with her sister Claire (Olivia Macklin) in Los Angeles. Claire and Chelsea are diametrically opposed. Claire is a perky, carefree waitress who is both attractive and stupid. Chelsea and Claire don’t get along very well since she thinks Claire is less intelligent than she is. Of course, as they coexist, they get closer once more. Chelsea also develops friendships with Claire’s roommates, including social media influencer Jayden (Michael Hsu Rosen), a former lawyer turned New Age healer named Solana (Cinthya Carmona), and Grant (Gregg Sulkin), Chelsea’s coworker at the Build gym and Claire’s hot ex-boyfriend.
The first season of “Pretty Smart” features a lighthearted comedy starring two former Disney Channel stars (Osment and Sulkin). Here is what we know about a prospective Season 2 or are ready to assume.
Is there a release date for Pretty Smart Season 2?
Netflix has not yet ordered a second season of “Pretty Smart” as of late January 2022. As a result, there is no release date to share with die-hard fans of the nascent sitcom series and no way to predict when production on Season 2 would start.
Additionally, we can confirm that the upcoming batch of episodes that Netflix may release will be a second season, not a second half. Ten half-hour episodes made up the first season of “Pretty Smart,” and they were all shot at Sunset Bronson Studios in Los Angeles, California. On occasion, Netflix releases “parts” of a season that are released a few months apart from one another. In the instance of “Pretty Smart,” which is listed on Netflix as “Season 1” rather than “Part 1,” that doesn’t appear to be the case. We ought to learn the episode count and the release date if Netflix decides to renew “Pretty Smart.”
What’s Pretty Smart Season 2’s cast?
It is unknown which “Pretty Smart” cast members will return for Season 2 given there has been no announcement of a renewal. Fans should reasonably expect the same actors from Season 1 to return, though, as there were no shocking departures or fatalities in the Season 1 conclusion. That includes Cinthya Carmona, Michael Hsu Rosen, Olivia Macklin, Gregg Sulkin, and Emily Osment. And perhaps some of the recurring and guest cast members would make a comeback as well, including Kevin Miles as Dave, Claire’s ex-boyfriend, Geoff Ross as Howard, the manager of the restaurant where Claire works, and Ming-Na Wen as Jasmine, Jayden’s mother. Kevin Miles is better known as Jake from State Farm.
A few of the people that work behind the scenes might also come back. Executive producers and programme creators Jack Dolgen and Doug Mand previously collaborated on “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” Kourtney Kang, a “How I Met Your Mother” veteran and “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” showrunner, who assisted in the show’s development, and Pamela Fryman, who directed three episodes of “Pretty Smart,” including the pilot, as well as the majority of “How I Met Your Mother” episodes, are additional executive producers.
What’s the plot of Pretty Smart Season 2?
The first season of “Pretty Smart” ended abruptly with Claire (Olivia Macklin) splitting up with Dave (Kevin Miles) and then kissing Grant (Gregg Sulkin). They kiss right before Emily Osment’s (Emily Osment) sister Chelsea enters the room to inform her that she needs to speak with her about wanting to pursue a relationship with Grant because they want to make sure Claire is okay first. What will become of this complicated love triangle? When Season 2 begins, this will likely be the main topic that needs to be covered. According to Osment, “I don’t know what’s going to happen in Season 2.” I’m therefore eager to watch.
Sulkin admitted that he was unsure of which sister Grant should be with in Season 2. Grant and Claire have a genuine sweet innocence to them, while Grant and Chelsea, on the other hand, have a real type of evolution and maturation. Grant has learned a lot from Chelsea. Since working with Olivia and Emily is such a pleasure, I’ll be content with whatsoever direction the writers decide to go in.
For the record, Cinthya Carmona and Michael Hsu Rosen told Entertainment Tonight that they support Grant and Chelsea’s relationship. That’s definitely where things are going, but Season 2 will undoubtedly include some family conflict before we get there.
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