The Kesslers and Zelman are waiting to find out the fate of their series and whether it will be renewed for a third season. But when Todd A. Kessler spoke to THR on June 1 he didn’t have much of an update.
“There’s not much to say. The [second season] just launched on Friday (May 27) and Netflix is evaluating how it’s doing for them and it’s performing and are very hopeful that there will be a future as are we,” he says. He notes that a third season would be financially “challenged” by the end of Florida’s tax incentive but points out the show wasn’t set there for the tax breaks.
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