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What To Expect From Netflix's Family Reunion Season 2

What can Netflix subscribers expect from Family Reunion season 2? Here's everything you need to know about the future of Meg DeLoatch's comedy series.

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What can audiences expect from Family Reunion season 2? Created by Meg DeLoatch, the comedy series released its first season on Netflix in July 2019 and received generally positive reviews from critics.

In Family Reunion season 1, the McKellan family decides to relocate from Seattle to Columbus, Georgia. They bond with their relatives, but also learn about generational differences. Cocoa McKellan (Tia Mowry) and husband Moz (Anthony Alabi) attempt to improve their parenting skills, all the while keeping an eye on potential obstacles that could be problematic for their four children: Jade (Talia Jackson), Shaka (Isaiah Russell-Bailey), Mazzi (Cameron J. Wright), and Ami (Jordyn Raya James). Loretta Devine and Richard Roundtree co-star in Family Reunion season 1 as M'Dear and Grandpa, respectively.

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Related: Netflix's Family Reunion Cast & Character Guide

Family Reunion season 1 ends with the McKellan children and parents being targeted by the local police, but their story doesn't end there. Here's everything we know about Family Reunion season 2 so far.

Family Reunion Season 2 Renewal

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Netflix hasn't yet ordered Family Reunion season 2. In general, the streaming service typically waits three-to-six weeks before making official renewal or cancellation announcements after new season premieres. Given that Family Reunion season 1 released on July 10, 2019, fans can expect Netflix to reveal their decision about Family Reunion season 2 by the end of summer 2019. For context, the 2019 Netflix comedy series Mr. Iglesias premiered on June 21 and was renewed on August 8.

Family Reunion Season 2 Release Date Info

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Family Reunion season 1 was filmed in front of a live studio audience. If Netflix orders Family Reunion season 2 before September 2019, the producers could plan for an early 2020 production schedule, at least if there aren't any scheduling conflicts for the primary cast. It's entirely possible that Family Reunion season 2 could release by summer 2020. If Netflix wants to keep the same schedule in place, then we can reasonably predict that Family Reunion season 2 will premiere in June or July 2020.

Family Reunion Season 2 Story Details

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In the Family Reunion season 1 finale, the McKellan children are questioned by the police. Cocoa and Moz are concerned about this turn of events, of course, especially because their kids were outside the family home. Later, Cocoa and Moz are pulled over by the police. Family Reunion season 1 concludes with the McKellans deciding to move back to Seattle. Looking ahead, M'Dear and Grandpa may choose to travel to the Pacific Northwest, or perhaps the McKellan family will ultimately decide to stay put in Georgia. Netflix subscribers can expect Family Reunion season 2 to balance smart comedy with timely societal issues. Fans seem to enjoy the thematic approach and central performances, so DeLoatch and company may choose to incorporate new guest stars for some extra laughs.

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