Huge In France Season 2 Release Date: What We Can Expect?

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Netflix has always given us high-quality shows in a variety of genres with original and interesting plots that kept us glued to our screens and kept us from getting bored. This OTT giant is the best at making web shows in many different styles. And one type of comedy is no different. In addition to being very popular, these comedy shows define eras, start trends, and make us laugh all the time.

Not too long ago, Netflix once again put out a comedy show called “Huge in France,” which is not your typical show. Gad Elmaleh, who is France’s best-known, most successful, and most loved comedian, is in it. He tried to copy his success in this hilarious comedy show that everyone should watch. But people who have already seen this show don’t like that there is only one season and want to see more. Here, we’ve told you everything you need to know about Season 2 of Huge in France so far.

Huge In France Season 2 Plotline

This eight-part Netflix show is partly autobiographical and based on Gad Elmaleh’s real life. He gave up his fame and reputation in France and is now trying to make things work in Los Angeles so he can see his son Luke again. While Luke thinks of Jason as his father, Gad tries hard to win his love by plotting against Jason with the help of his coworker Brian.

Luke is 16 years old and wants to be a model. He spends his days working out with his father, Alan Ross, who quit his horrible acting job to make Vivian happy and now stays at home with Luke. Luke’s upcoming pectoral inserts are the main source of conflict in the story. He needs to build up his chest and keep his arms slim so he can walk around at New York Fashion Week. Stray and Alan Ross start a race to get Luke’s good deeds, while Gad slowly learns what he gives up by no longer being famous.

The end of the show definitely leaves room for more, and if everything goes well, Netflix won’t think twice about giving this great show a second chance.

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Huge In France Season 2 Release Date

The first episode of the show came out on April 12, 2019, and it has a total of eight episodes. All of the episodes are between 28 and 34 minutes long and can be streamed in both English and French on Netflix. IMDb users gave the show a 6.8 out of 10 rating, which means that 2,594 people liked it. The weighted audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is 76 percent, which doesn’t seem too bad.

About whether or not season 2 will be renewed, nothing is clear yet. The fact that the first season ended on a cliffhanger makes it look like season 2 is more than likely to happen.

Huge In France Season 2 Cast

Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul are in charge of directing the show, and Gad Elmaleh, Andrew Mogel, Jarrad Paul, and Sascha Rothchild wrote the script. Gad Elmaleh plays himself, and he is known as “The Seinfeld of France” after the famous American comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Jordan Ver Hoeve plays Luke, Gad’s lost son and a model in the US. Erinn Hayes plays Vivian, Gad’s ex-girlfriend. Scott Keiji Takeda plays Brian Kurihara, Luke’s loyal assistant, and Matthew Del Negro plays Jason Alan Ross, Luke’s surrogate father and mentor.

Huge In France Season 2 Trailer

There is no trailer or any other kind of clip for the second season anywhere. Stay tuned, and in the meantime, watch the trailer for season 1 to pass the time.

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