The first season of “Soundtrack” airing 10 episodes has landed on Netflix on Wednesday, 18th December 2019.
” Soundtrack” is an amazing Netflix musical drama for dance lovers showcasing ultimate dance styles and breath-taking steps.
This series follows a group of interconnected people in Los Angeles as they struggle with different types of love.
This season addresses issues such as love, loss, and transformation through music.
Soundtrack Season 2: Cast and Crew
The soundtrack is created by Josh Safran who is well-known for being one of the associate producers of “Gossip Girls”.
She also wrote 18 episodes and had been the executive producer of ABC’s “Quantico” and the movie “Smash”.
In addition, it was produced by Safran with Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle, and Ali Krug and star Callie Hernandez, Jahmil French, Jenna Dewan, Campbell Scott, Madeleine Stowe, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Megan Ferguson, Evan Whitten, and Paul James.
The season stars Jenna Dewan, a “Step Up” fame in the lead role.
Joining her is Megan Fergusson (“Easy”) and Jahmil French (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”),” Soundtrack”.
The season was filmed in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Also, some parts were shot outdoors and others at the Cinespace Chicago Film Studios.
The 10 episodes of the first season of the musical drama premiered on Netflix only on December 18, 2019, but platform users are already asking for a second installment.
Has Netflix Renewed ‘Soundtrack’ for a Season 2?
So far the popular online video streaming platform has not made any announcement about the second installment of the series
However, the last episode of the first season is lest in such a cliff-hanger that we can expect the second season soon.
Creator Joshua Safran, while talking about the show, told Playbill that “he has hopes” that his project is the kind of show that the world needs to complete a difficult year.
“I released Soundtrack when I felt that the air shows were dark and everything raised your stress level.”
“I wanted to write something hopeful that made you feel good and that, if it made you cry, it wasn’t tears of sadness or pain, but tears of hope and joy,” he added.
Following Netflix’s trend, the platform will take a few weeks for analyzing the response they had for any new series, and based on that analysis, they will decide whether to renew the series or not.
Although the platform does not share its figures sites such as Rotten Tomatoes if they do, and in them, you can see that the show has an approval rating of 40% with an average rating of 2.5 / 10, based on 5 reviews, which does not give high hopes.