The Upshaws Season 3: Viewers of a television program can’t escape breaks and hiatuses once they’ve become immersed in it.
We uncover what the audience has to say about Season 2 Part 2 of Netflix’s The Upshaws while they wait.
The Upshaws, a Netflix original sitcom starring Mike Epps, Kim Fields, Wanda Sykes, Diamond Lyons, and Page Kennedy, has a diverse ensemble of African-American performers.
Fans Talk: The Upshaws Season 3
The first half of the current season, which fans are enjoying as they await the release of the second half of Season 2, has received nothing but praise from fans.
According to one fan, Season 2 was on par with Season 1, and demanded that The Upshaws Season 3 be released as soon as possible:
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As a final note, a fan revealed that they blasted through Season 2’s first half and pointed out the cliffhangers that the show’s writers left their viewers on:
The Upshaws Season 2 Episodes
The second season of The Upshaws will have 16 episodes, an increase of six from the first season’s total.
On Wednesday, June 29, 2022, all eight chapters of Season 2 were made available at the same time in bite-sized episodes with a running time of 25 to 29 minutes apiece.
Listed here are the episode titles that makeup Season 2 Part 1 of the show.
- Episode 1: Maybe Daddy
- Episode 2: Bennie’s Woman
- Episode 3: Testing, Testing
- Episode 4: Control Issues
- Episode 5: Duct Up
- Episode 6: New Growth
- Episode 7: Sista, Sista
- Episode 8: Goin’ In
The Upshaws Season 3
A date for the release of Season 2 Part 2 of The Upshaws is currently unknown at Netflix headquarters.
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However, the release date for Part 2 is still a closely guarded secret, according to Bustle.
The Upshaws Season 3: There’s a good chance that Part 2 will come out before year’s end—specifically in the fall and winter months.
Netflix’s Head of Comedy Tracey Pakosta, according to a Bustle story, defined the show’s bright future as follows:
The Upshaws Season 3: In the history of Black comedy shows, Wanda and Regina [Hicks] have produced a new one that is authentic, relatable, full of heart, and very funny.” We can’t wait to watch where the Upshaws go in the second season, along with their wonderful cast.