There is no definite release date because “Pretty Smart” has yet to be revived for Season 2. However, it is fair to anticipate that the second season will be released at about the same time as the first series next year.

Netflix sometimes divides seasons into “pieces,” with halves of a season released a few months apart. However, that does not appear to be the case for “Pretty Smart,” which would be labelled as “Season 1” rather than “Part 1” on Netflix. So, based on that logic, it appears like “Pretty Smart” Season 2 will be released in the next year — that is, in October 2022, at the time of writing — rather than six months from now.

Season 2 would undoubtedly have the same actors as Season 1. The cast members are Emily Osment, Gregg Sulkin, Olivia Macklin, Michael Hsu Rosen, and Cinthya Carmona. Perhaps some of the recurrent and guest actors might return as well, such as Kevin Miles as Dave, Claire’s old boyfriend, Geoff Ross as Howard, the supervisor of the diner where Claire works, and Ming-Na Wen as Jasmine, Jayden’s mom.

Some of the backstage personnel are also expected to return. Jack Dolgen and Doug Mand, who formerly collaborated on “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” are the programme’s creators and production staff. Other showrunners include “How I Met Your Mother” alumnus and “Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.” producer Kourtney Kang, who developed create the programme, and Pamela Fryman. They filmed multiple episodes of “Pretty Smart,” including that of the pilot, as well as the majority of “How I Met Your Mother” programs.

“Pretty Smart” brought to an end Season 1 on a twist at the end, with Claire ending the relationship with Dave and returning home and kissing Grant one point in time before Chelsea walked through the door. She had to tell her sister she wanted to speak to her about the desire to continue a partnership with Grant because they wanted to ensure their connection would be alright for her before they began dating. So what will transpire in this sibling love triangle? This is most likely the most important issue that will need to be solved when Season 2 begins.

“I have no idea of what will happen in Season 2,” Emily Osment told Entertainment Tonight. “As a result, I am excited to watch.” Gregg Sulkin stated that he was unsure which sister he would like Grant to be within Season 2. “There is a wonderful naivety between Grant and Claire, and on the other hand, there is a genuine progression and maturity between Grant and Chelsea. Chelsea has taught Grant so much. Both Olivia and Emily are wonderful to work with, and I will be delighted with any direction the authors decide.”

According to Entertainment Tonight, Michael Hsu Rosen and Cinthya Carmona hope Grant and Chelsea get along. That is definitely where things are going, but there will undoubtedly be some family turmoil in Season 2 before we can get there.


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