Sex/Life Dropped After 2 Seasons


After two seasons, Netflix has canceled Sex/Life. As Billie Connelly, a married mother of two whose suburban life takes a turn for the wild when her ex reappears, Sarah Shahi plays the role in the steamy program.

According to a Netflix official who confirmed the termination news to Deadline, the second season brought the plot to a satisfying conclusion. The spokesman stated that season two brought to a joyful finish the narratives of several important characters, concluding with Netflix’s pride in the program.

Sex/Life Ends With Season 2

After Shahi disclosed the challenging time she had on the second season’s set, viewers may have predicted the news’ arrival.

I absolutely did not have the backing that I did the first season, she remarked on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast. For me, it evolved into something very different, and I’m not scared to acknowledge that. I had trouble with the subject. I mean, after saying all of this, I’m never going to work for Netflix again. I simply cannot lie.

Stacy Rukeyser of Unreal produced the television series Sex/Life, which took its inspiration from the BB Easto novel 44 Chapters About 4 Men.

Shahi, however, already has a new program in the works; she is the lead in the ABC pilot of the judicial drama Judgement. Joey Falco, the showrunner of the Charmed remake, is working on Judgement.

The show’s premise states that Shahi will portray the fictitious Supreme Court candidate Mia Bahari, who “recounts her time inside an established D.C. law firm, with her relationships with men and two warring brothers becoming the most contentious thing.”