Global Over-the-Top (OTT) giant Netflix’s LGBTQ+ animated series titled Q Force is not going to return back with its second season, revealed Matt Rogers, one the the writers of the series.
Netflix premiered the debut season of the animated series on September 2, 2021. All the 10-episode were premiered on the same day.
The series follows a Queer- Force (Q-Force), a group of superspies of LGBTQ community and is centred around Steve Maryweather/ Agent Mary, a gay secret agent. They are trying to prove themselves to an agency that underestimated them.
Despite proving himself to the American Intelligence Agency (AIA) by solving a difficult casesolve a case, Mary, the gay super spy, the Agency is willing to add a new member in their team, a straight man.
Response on the First Season
The series received a mix of positive and negative response and has a IMDb rating of 6.4/10. Popular review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 23% approval rating with an average rating of 3.4/10, based on 13 reviews. It was criticized due to its stereotypical portrayal of characters.
It features the voice actors Sean Hayes, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, Patti Harrison, Gary Cole, David Harbour, Laurie Metcalf as Agent Mary, Twink, Deb, Stat, Director Dirk Chunley, Agent Rick Buck and V, respectively.
When the Cancellation of the Season 2 Get Confirmed
In May Matt Rogers, one of the co-writer, who also gave his voice to the character “Twink” in the series, told the podcast “Attitudes!” that show would not be returning. He said that it didn’t get a second season but he is still proud of what they released and the people who loved it really loved it and the good news is that it will always be on Netflix.