Proving to be a successful work regardless of the format, the anime Scott Pilgrim: The Series It barely premiered and is already in the top 10 most watched series on Netflix. Now, with the positive repercussions, the question remains: will the cartoon have a second season?
The series of Scott Pilgrim tells the same story as the film, released in 2010, and both productions are inspired by Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novels. However, the plot brings changes and adaptations to a new context, mainly because it is a Netflix original.
Scott Pilgrim tells the story of a boy who falls in love with Ramona Flowers, a girl who has some ex-boyfriends who are ready to stop this relationship. The series once again brings a lot of music, humor, action and adventure, but now in eight episodes.
Scott Pilgrim is a series derived from the graphic novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley
Scott Pilgrim: Will the Series have a second season?
As of this writing, Netflix has not yet commented on a second season of Scott Pilgrim: The Series. However, there is no shortage of hope for this to happen — and it shouldn’t take long.
The streaming platform has a habit of not missing the opportunity to renew a series that is a success among subscribers, such as Wandinha It is One Piecefor example, and the positive impact of the anime was immediate.
What also fuels anxiety is the teaser that appears at the end of the last episode. This scene, shown in the post-credits, could be a sign from the series’ creators about the possibility of more stories from this universe being told. Still, for now, nothing is officially confirmed.
Scott Pilgrim: The Series
The anime of Scott Pilgrim was launched as a novelty full of nostalgia. In addition to bringing Bryan Lee O’Malley’s story back to the screen, the cartoon features some of the film’s voice actors, such as Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Brie Larson, Anna Kendrick and Chris Evans.
The series debuted on Netflix on November 17th with eight episodes, quickly gaining the most watched ranking at the moment. In addition to its success on the platform itself, the production boasts a 97% critical approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and 8.2 stars on IMDB.
You can now marathon the first full season of Scott Pilgrim: The Series on Netflix.