Will I Am Not Okay With This season 2 happen? Netflix hasn’t confirmed the renewal of the new supernatural dramedy’ just yet, but we think that it’s got a fairly good chance of coming back. It is featured in plenty of Netflix’s top 10 lists in the US and UK since its launch, but it’s also captured the imaginations of Tumblr and Twitter users.

Inspired from the graphic novel by Charles Forsman, I Am Not Okay With This stems from the executive producer of Stranger Things and the manager Supporting the End of the F***ing World, Shawn Levy. Forsman also generated the graphic novel that became The End of the F***ing world – therefore it’s certainly a much-deserved companion piece.

After gobbling up the initial 7 brief episodes in extra quick time, then, you’ll likely be thinking about when you can see more of Syd and in which the story will proceed after the bloody season one finale in a potential I’m Not Okay With This season 2. Below, we’ll explain what we know about the likelihood of another season – and at which another set of episodes could take us.

When Will I Am Not Okay With This Be Renewed Or Cancelled For Season 2?

Netflix generally waits a little while to renew its shows, to gauge how large the crowd is. In the case of Locke and Key season 2, as an instance, executive producer Carlton Cuse said it’ll be a month following the premiere before a decision is made either way – that was explained as a Netflix” policy”. Expect, then, to find out about the near future of I Am Not Nice With This at some point this Spring.

To take another adolescent genre show that did not get a second season on Netflix, zombie drama Daybreak debuted in late October, and has been cancelled in mid-December. So, if I’m Not Okay With That is revived or canned, we’ll learn within the next few months.

I Am Not Okay With This Season 2 Release Date: If It Happens, Expect It In 2021

The show hasn’t been renewed yet, but if it comes back for season 2, you can probably expect it at a similar time in 2021.

I Am Not Okay With This Season 2: There Is A Plan For Multiple Seasons

I’m Not Okay With This ends with a storyline teased for season 2 – the dark figure which follows Syd (Sophia Lillis) through the series eventually introduces himself, and indicates they are something of a group now. The figure’s identity is kept a mystery, but speculation points involving the dark person being Syd’s dad, who was previously thought dead. We are going to have to wait till season 2 to discover more about that specific plot, but this seems like a logical extension of what’s been explored in this initial set of episodes.

No doubt we will see the fallout of Syd with her telekinetic powers to pop up the head of Brad, Dina’s ex-boyfriend, also. In theory, her complete high school now knows her secret — though it is possible they won’t be sure of what to make of what happened. Will Dina forgive Syd for what happened?

There are strategies for subsequent seasons’ of this show already. By no means were these seven episodes meant as a one-off or miniseries.

“I want to be certain that Sydney is essentially a Chosen One, the only 1 right now, and she absolutely hates that and she must come to terms with what it intends to do that,” director and executive producer Jonathan Entwistle informed Collider.

“There are without going into too much detail, even a considerably bigger under-the-surface conspiracy, if you will, which goes much, much further to do with all the forces, that will then come to light for the following seasons where she and her powers, being the most effective, will be used to someone else’s benefit and/or not, depending on where we go.”