Spinning out was one of the most controversial and famous American series about a talented 21-year- old girl named Kat as a high-level skater who met with a disastrous fall and then quit. But facing all the odd challenges, injuries, financial crisis and mental breakdown, She met success. On the other side, she hides the secret which can unravel her whole life which became an immediate hit among the audiences. Ever since the series has concluded fans are eagerly waiting for its next sequel. The show has acclaimed mixed reviews.
Release date: Spinning out season 2
Filming of the second season took place between January and May 2019, with Spinning Out season 1 releasing about a year. The show premiered on Netflix on 1st January 2020 with ten episodes and running time of 44-56 minutes.
Cast: Spinning out season 2
The main characters we can see in the season 1 are Kaya as Kat Baker, Willow Shields Serena Baker, Evan Roderick as Justin Davis, David James Elliot as James Davis, Sarah Wright Olsen Mandy Davis, and many more. We are hoping to see them in season 2 also.
Reason of cancellation: Spinning out season 2
After watching season 1 with the great reviews, audiences were expecting the sequel of the series. Unfortunately, after a month of its release in February, it was announced that the show is not having any sequel. The main reason for its cancellation is unknown but, Fans were very hopeful that season two would occur.
Storyline: Spinning out season 2
When the show begins, she decides to give on competition due to her injuries. Then the character Justin came who is looking for the partner. At first, she declines, but she knew that she has to give a try. She soon comes to know Justin found another partner. She does everything to impress him. And between this, she gets to see the path of success has a lot of hurdles in between. At the end of season 1, they have to perform in nationals. The show leaves the audience to wonder if they won or not. We are hoping to get the answers to each the loose ends if season two happens.