While an miss for some audiences, Hulu’s Dollface, using its pink-filtered millennial fantasy premise, definitely has its charms. Its fun, poppy vibe comes readily, particularly with leading women such as Kat Dennings and Shay Mitchell. Now that the sitcom has made its merry way will we see a second season? Here’s why there’s a chance we can if we put aside the reality that we can’t see the numbers that are streaming.
Let us first talk about the manner season one wraps up, which is just open-ended enough for one more season. Jules aggressively drags Colin for hurting Madison and her boss, storming out of her ex-boyfriend’s sister’s wedding with her three pals. The wedding car is hijacked by the women and go on a journey of their own. Dollface doesn’t end with a traditional happily-ever-after, but it does hint at a bright, messy future for its intrepid heroes. The show leaves a slew of questions: Can Jules see the cute vet? Can she have a job after her outburst? How will the quartet fare when Stella goes to school? Another installation has material.
In terms of scheduling, the show’s creator, Jordan Weiss, has expressed interest in continuing with this series. According to a meeting with BUILD collection, Weiss is presently working on a feature script together with Elizabeth Banks, but she expects to write more future episodes for Dollface. Another season would depend on the availability of the lead actresses, and a glimpse of IMDb doesn’t show any dealbreakers so far. Dennings, who are *slightly* occupied with WandaVision on Disney+ in the present time, also seems to be happy about playing Jules. In an interview with TheWrap, she noticed, “I feel like Jules is somebody I could handle for another however many seasons. At this juncture in my life don’t know whether I could do a show where I am covered in blood and screaming and crying every episode.”
If Dollface gets renewed, we can expect a good wait before Jules crosses paths with the Cat Lady once again. As with Castle Rock and The Handmaid’s Tale, fresh seasons usually drop a year later in streaming service convention. The earliest we’ll see Dollface go back to the little screen is probably November 2020, so say your prayers at brunch meanwhile!