GET ALL THE DETAILS ON THE RELEASE OF SEASON 2 OF THIS IS GOING TO HURT ON CANAL+! RENEWAL, RELEASE DATE!
Canal+ now has This Is Going to Hurt! Continue reading to find out when Season 2 will be released! The comedy-drama This Is Going To Hurt, based on Adam Kay’s best-selling book of the same name, tells the story of a National Health Service doctor who must deal with the pressures of a demanding medical field. The seven-episode series was well-received by both viewers and critics. Read this to learn everything there is to know about Canal releases.
The series shines a harsh light on the personal and professional sacrifices that NHS doctors must make daily, as well as the consequences of doing so. The first seven-episode season is difficult to watch at times, with the dark humor of doctors doing their best to deal with 4 p.m. calls and a never-ending stream of people needing their assistance. We tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming season 2 of This Is Going To Hurt on Canal +!
WHAT IS THE DATE FOR THE RELEASE OF SEASON 2 OF THIS IS GOING TO HURT ON CANAL+?
There has been no confirmation of This Is Going To Hurt Season 2 as of yet. Ambika Mod, who plays Shruti in the medical drama, revealed there have been “talks” about a sequel. If This Is Going To Hurt returns in some capacity, Mod has stated that she would be open to a spin-off series based on her character.
Adam successfully delivered a baby in a parking lot, capping off the season on a high note. The series’ conclusion may imply that there will be no more episodes, but given the wealth of material from which creator and screenwriter Adam Kay can draw, we wouldn’t be surprised if the comedy-drama returns for a second season. In the event of a renewal, season 2 of This Is Going To Hurt should premiere on Canal+ in mid-2023!
WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT NEXT?
A doctor’s job is never truly done, so if the series returns, Dr. Adam and the team can expect more triumphant highs and devastating lows.
In reality, the real Dr. Adam worked as a doctor until 2010. So, in theory, there are still four years of stories to be told. The series will most likely continue to focus on Adam’s efforts to strike a work-life balance, which isn’t always successful.
But, unfortunately, we don’t know what’s going on or what the future holds for him and the rest of the obstetrics and gynecology ward just yet. We will keep you updated as soon as we learn more.