Spinning Out is show that premiered on Netflix in January 2020. The American drama web TV series by Samantha Stratton.
The series follows the story of a young ice skater, Kat Baker, who was about to become a high-level single skater. She suffers a serious injury and was about to turn in her skates after her dreadful fall, leading to her getting off the competition; but she restarts her career as a pair skater.
The show depicts her journey of restarting her life, all while she tries to hide her family’s history of mental illness. It also features the life of her partner, Justin Davis, and his family. The pair faces many odds together, injuries, financial sacrifices and even mental breakdowns on realizing their way to their Olympics dream.
Spinning Out Season 2 – What Is The Release Date?
Spinning Out was cancelled after its first season. Netflix hasn’t revealed the reason behind not renewing the show, but it’s likely because it didn’t satisfy the viewing figures, cost and awards recognitions, as these are a few criteria to be met by any series to go along with its story.
The viewers are upset, but so are the creators and cast of the series. A few members of the series expressed their sadness and said that there were many more stories to tell before Netflix decided against the show.
Spinning Out Season 2 – Who Is In The Cast?
Though there isn’t a certainty of the show to make a return, we could expect to see much of the main members from the previous season to reprise their roles like; Kaya Scodelario as Kat Baker, Willow Shields as Serena Baker, Evan Roderick as Justin Davis, David James Elliott as James Davis, Sarah Wright Olsen as Mandy Davis, Svetlana Efremova as Dasha Ferorava, Amanda Zhou as Jenn Yu, Mitchell Edwards as Marcus Holmes, Kaitlyn Leeb as Leah Starnes, Will Kemp as Mitch Saunders and January Jones as Carol Baker.
So is there any hope of for Spinning Out Season 2? None so far. Many shows have been cancelled since the pandemic and many others have been delayed. It’s highly unfortunate and uncertain for the shows that aren’t renewed to make a comeback.