Single Drunk Female Season 2 is not coming in January 2023

Single Drunk Female Season 2 is not coming in January 2023
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When is the second season of this beloved comedy release? Continue reading to find out more about Single Drunk Female Season 2. 

We have noticed that many readers have been wondering, “Will we get to see another season or not?” making it a crucial question and proving that many viewers were anxiously awaiting its renewal on the streaming service. These are just a few of the queries from fans that we will gladly respond to. So, if you’re looking for more information on the upcoming season, then you’ve come to the right place! We at Web News Observer have compiled all of the relevant details to find all of your answers, including the release date, plot, and cast, among other details, so keep reading until the very end.

Here is everything we know about Single Drunk Female Season 2.

Single Drunk Female Season 2 is not coming in January 2023

Single Drunk Female Season 2: Is it premiering in January 2023?

Unfortunately, the new series will not return on the network in January 2023, so fans will have to wait a little longer, which is a few months because Single Drunk Female is definitely returning this year!

If you recall, the series was renewed for a second season back in April 2022, which is now confirmed and all set to premiere on Wednesday, April 12, 2023. It is also reported to air on a weekly basis at the time slot 10/9c on Freeform. Additionally, the entire 10-episode second season will be available on Hulu and on-demand platforms the next day, Thursday, April 13, 2023.

The official announcement of the season’s premiere was also confirmed by the star cast on the official Freeform Twitter handle, quoting, “Y’all are so cute, excited to see Sam’s next chapter. Single Drunk Female Season 2 premieres April 12 on Freeform, every episode available next-day on @Hulu.” Take a look at the post below: 

Single Drunk Female Season 2: What to expect in the new season?

Rotten Tomatoes reported a 96% approval rating with an average rating of 7.8/10, based on 25 critic reviews. The website’s critics’ consensus reads, “Single Drunk Female‘s clear-eyed chronicle of the challenges of sobriety is a joy, thanks in part to some spiky satire and Sofia Black-D’Elia’s spirited star turn.” Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 76 out of 100 based on 11 critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews.” So, it is obvious that the season is expected to expand the plot further from the first season which showcases a public flame-out at a New York media company forces 20-something alcoholic Samantha Fink to move back home with her overbearing mother; Samantha then sets out on a path to figure out her best self while confronted with remnants of her old life. 

“I am thrilled to bring Single Drunk Female back for a second season,” said Freeform President Tara Duncan. “Jenni Konner, Simone Finch, and Daisy Gardner created a series that struck a strong chord in such a sincere and authentic way. I cannot wait to see what they have in store for Sam as she continues on her journey to becoming her best self in Season 2.” Season 2 finds Sam a year and a half into her sobriety journey and finally feeling “like she has a life worth celebrating,” per the official synopsis. “However, Sam quickly learns that sometimes life has other plans for her. Sam must figure out how to effect change where she can, sit in her discomfort when she can’t, and maybe even enjoy the ride.” 

The main cast members of the series who are expected to reprise their roles in the new season are as follows Sofia Black-D’Elia as Samantha Fink, Rebecca Henderson as Olivia, Sasha Compère as Brit, Lily Mae Harrington as Felicia, Garrick Bernard as James, and Ally Sheedy as Carol. Ian Gomez has been elevated to series regular as Carol’s boyfriend, Bob. Busy Philipps and Ricky Velez (will recur as new people in Sam’s life, and Charlie Hall will once again recur as Sam’s ex, Joel. As previously announced, Molly Ringwald will guest star as Carol’s sister-in-law Alice. The series comes from 20th Television and is executive produced by Jenni Konner, Daisy Gardner, Simone Finch, John Riggi, Phil Traill, Nora Silver, and Leslye Headland. 

Single Drunk Female Season 2 is not coming in January 2023

Single Drunk Female Season 2 Episodes and Streaming Options

It will have 10 episodes of the same runtime of 20 to 25 minutes in order to be consistent. We’d also like to point out that the exact titles and synopsis for the episodes cannot be confirmed as of January 19, 2023. Interested viewers can also enable notifications to receive updates on when the show premieres on the respective streaming platforms. Here’s a quick episode guide for the first season to help you understand the chronology and plot so far, which will bring the story to a satisfying conclusion.

Episode 1: Pilot: A public flameout forces 20-something alcoholic Sam to move back home with her overbearing mother, Carol; surrounded by all the triggers that made her drink, Sam tries to move past her worst self and figure out her best self.

Episode 2: One Day at a Time: An awkward run-in with her former best friend and her ex inspires Sam to own up for her past mistakes, both emotionally and financially; as she resets her relationship with her mother, Sam is horrified to learn Carol is dating.

Episode 3: I’m Sorry, But…: Sam tries to win over Brit by making amends at her birthday party. Unfortunately, Sam wasn’t invited and neglects Felicia. Meanwhile, when Sam’s probation officer stops by, Carol struggles to explain Sam’s “situation: to her friends.

Episode 4: Shamrocks and Shenanigans: Sam faces her hardest challenge yet: avoiding alcohol on St. Patrick’s Day in Boston; Brit gives Sam an unexpected chance to rekindle their friendship; James and Mindy track down his lost keys while battling St. Patrick’s Day temptations.

Episode 5: Sober for the D and V: Sam embarks upon her first terrifyingly personal hook-up as a sober person with the help of Felicia, who has big plans to jump-start Sam’s dating life; Carol “accidentally” plants a small seed of doubt in Brit’s mind about Joel.

Episode 6: Look Me Up Sometime: Sam scores a victory when she lands a job interview in New York with an unlikely ally, only to discover how scary it is to write while sober; concerned her daughter needs help, Carol breaks a boundary and introduces herself to Olivia.

Episode 7: New York: Sam and James travel to New York; while there, Sam is confronted with memories of who she was before sobriety and must decide whether she can risk being Old Sam again; Olivia and Stephanie take an important step in their IVF journey.

Episode 8: James: An inebriated James meets a drunken “Katrina” in a bar on Thanksgiving; after getting kicked out, the two embark upon their own one-night holiday celebration; James’ time with Sam spurs him to make a change.

Episode 9: Higher Parent: After celebrating a milestone with a bang, Sam decides it’s time to make amends with Carol; when a fight with Joel makes Brit reexamine the future, she turns to an unlikely ally: Felicia; James conceals a destructive secret.

Episode 10: A Wedding: On her wedding day, Brit’s jitters lead her to make an unexpected decision; Carol and Bob take their relationship to a new level; Sam learns the truth about James and is shaken to the core about what her future might hold.

The series is available exclusively on the Freeform network, along with Hulu Plus and fuboTV. You can also stream Single Drunk Female by renting or purchasing it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, with the prior episodes and some other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options based on viewers’ locations and preferences.

Catch up on the previous episodes while you wait for more Single Drunk Female Season 2 updates.