The adult-animated sitcom Q-Force received’t be returning for a second season at Netflix in line with an interview with Matt Rogers on a podcast in latest weeks.
Animated by Titmouse Inc, the sequence was a couple of squad of secret brokers who had been all LGBTQ and went on extraordinary adventures. All eight episodes of the primary season dropped onto Netflix globally on September 2nd, 2021.
Q-Force notably featured the voices of Sean Hayes, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, Patti Harrison, Gary Cole, and David Harbour.
The present was criticized from the primary trailer by means of to its launch as a result of its stereotypical characters portrayed and even after the discharge, critics had been nonetheless not significantly type albeit the criticisms weren’t as heavy as when the primary set of trailers was launched.
As of at present, the sequence sits at 29% on RottenTomatoes with the crucial consensus being:
“Q-Force’s heart is in the right place, but dated stereotypes and a general lack of humor make this animated action adventure fall flat.”
Since the discharge of season 1, it’s been unclear whether or not the sequence can be returning. Unlike some animated tasks, Q-Force didn’t obtain an enormous upfront episode order.
However, now we’ve realized that we received’t be getting a season 2 of Q-Force, at least on Netflix.
Speaking on the podcast Attitudes! on May fifth, Matt Rogers who served as one of many writers and voices on the present (he voiced Twink – the “Master of drag”) advised the podcast that the present wouldn’t be returning.
He mentioned “It did not get a second season” however added that he’s nonetheless happy with what they launched and implied it did a very good job for illustration.
Rogers did add some reassurance that season 1 isn’t going anyplace although saying “The people that loved it really loved it and the good news is that it will always be on Netflix”.
The host of the podcast, Erin Gibson, went on so as to add that she predicts that the present will come again in some type sooner or later saying “it’s just too special”. After all, we’ve not too long ago seen Tuca & Bertie get its second life on HBO Max after Netflix canceled it after a single season.
NBCUniversal Television notably is the distributor of the present so maybe a Peacock revival might ultimately be on the playing cards like Tuca & Bertie?
The information comes across the similar time as one other LGBTQ-focused animated sequence hits Netflix within the type of Dead End: Paranormal Park. Many will now worry that present will observe in the identical course.
Q-Force additionally follows within the footsteps of Adventure Beast which was launched the month after Q-Force and in addition received’t be returning for future seasons. Super Drags, one other LGBTQ-focused adult-animation sequence was additionally canceled after a single season.
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