There will be no third season for Insatiable. Netflix has dropped the dark, twisted revenge comedy starring Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts, and Alyssa Milano after two seasons. Milano disclosed the cancellation decision to a fan on Twitter earlier this month. Today, she posted an update, thanking fans.
This is sadly true. We had the most fun creating this show. I want to thank the fans who gave us a shot and kept coming back for more. Season 1 & 2 are still streaming. P.S. Any thoughts on who was Coralee’s baby daddy? I guess we will never know.
Insatiable started in 2017 as a CW pilot before landing a Netflix series order. The news of its end comes on the heels of Netflix also canceling another series that had originated as a broadcast pilot, ‘Soundtrack’.
Netflix also pulled the plug on ‘Designated Survivor’ after producing one additional season beyond the series’ two that had been originally made for ABC. On the bright side, Netflix is in talks for another installment of Lucifer beyond its upcoming fifth and “final” season.
In the beginning, Insatiable was engaged with controversy because of its plot, sparking accusations of “body-shaming”. But it also attracted strong viewership — judging by available streaming data. Because of its popularity, it secured a renewed contract for season two which wrapped up in October.
Insatiable pivoted around Patty ( Debby Ryan). For years, she has been bullied and ignored by everyone in her surroundings because of her increased weight. But now that she finds herself suddenly thin, Patty is out for vengeance against anyone who has ever made her feel bad about herself. Cast also includes Christopher Gorham, Erinn Westbrook, Michael Provost, Kimmy Shields, Irene Choi, and Sarah Colonna.
People behind the camera include; creator Lauren Gussis executive produced with Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass, Andrea Shay, Todd Hoffman, and Dennis Kim.
Milano’s tweet about the cancellation:
Will we be seeing a third season of Coralee in @insatiable_? So far I haven’t seen any news if Netflix has renewed or cancelled it. I’m hoping that the phrase “no news is good news” fits here.