We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.

Ratched is streaming on Netflix now and fans of Ryan Murphy’s work are curious to know if there will be more of the psychological thriller to come. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about the future of Ratched.

Will there be another series of Ratched?

Ratched joins the list of Ryan Murphy series streaming on Netflix, including Hollywood, The Politician and Glee.

The series premiered on Friday, September 18 and fans have been binge-watching the show ever since.

Unfortunately, Netflix has not yet given the green light for the second season of Ratched.

The global streaming giant usually announces renewals between one month and six months after the series airs, so fans could be waiting for news on the future of Ratched until 2021.

READ MORE Ratched: Is Ratched based on a true story?

The second season of Ratched is highly likely considering the series is about the character of the same name from Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

The first series is set in 1947, however, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest takes place in the ‘50s.

Speaking to Oprah Mag, Ratched star Sarah Paulson discussed the future of the show, revealing the plan to bring the show to the same timeline as the book.

She said: “We have an end game. There’s an end to the story as we know it, culturally.

“But so little is known about Mildred Ratched in the movie and the book.

“There’s nothing about her past. She’s a monolith. It’s almost like she’s not really a person.”

If Ratched is given the green light, fans can expect the series to air in September 2021 at the earliest.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there is a possibility work on Ratched season two may face delays.

Express.co.uk will update this article when more information.

Ratched ending explained: What happened at the end? [RECAP]
Ratched Netflix episodes: How many episodes are in Ratched? [DETAILS]
Ratched cast: Who is in the cast of Ratched? [CAST]

Who will star in Ratched season 2?

The majority of the main cast are expected to return for Ratched season two.

This means Sarah Paulson will be back as s Nurse Mildred Ratched and Cynthia Nixon as Gwendolyn Briggs.

Also likely to return are Paulson as Nurse Mildred Ratched, Cynthia Nixon as Gwendolyn Briggs, Finn Wittrock as Edmund Tolleson, Sophie Okonedo as Charlotte Wells, Brandon Flynn as Henry Osgood, Judy Davis as Nurse Betsy Bucket, Amanda Plummer as Louise, and Vincent D’Onofrio as Governor George Milburn.

Just like season one. fans should also expect some famous faces to appear in the new series in guest roles.

Sadly, Jon Jon Briones, Charlie Carver, Sharon Stone, Alice Englert, Corey Stole and Jermaine Williams will not be back after their characters were killed in the first series.

What will happen in Ratched season 2?

At the end of Ratched season one, Ratched’s (played by Sarah Paulson) brother, serial killer Edmund Tolleson (Finn Wittrock), learnt his sister had plans to kill him and is now seeking revenge.

The finale also features a time jump, and Ratched, Briggs (Cynthia Nixon) and Bucket (Judy Davis) also found themselves in Mexico three years later.

Speaking to Oprah Mag, Cynthia Nixon revealed the ending of season one was changed.

She said: “It was not going to be a happy ending at the end of season one, and [the creators] changed it.

“There were a bunch of characters that were originally slated to die [one of whom was Briggs], and they changed their minds.”

Fans have taken to Twitter to demand a second season of Ratched.

One fan tweeted: “’Im on the 5th episode of Ratched and I already need a season 2 #Ratched.”

A second fan wrote: “. @MsSarahPaulson

A third fan commented: “Just finished watching Nurse Ratched on Netflix and let’s just say @MsSarahPaulson is one amazing actress and it shows and is (the only reason I watched it). There better be a season 2, because I’m hooked, I Highly recommend it.”

Ratched is streaming on Netflix now

Source: Read Full Article