Spinning Out was one of the most controversial TV shows on the platform this year after rumors on social media that the show was getting canceled after one season. Fans seemed pretty angry about the fact the second season has been canceled. They asked quite harshly about revoking the decision by the makers.
Though the decision for the second season of Spinning Out is still on hold, we would like to answer some of the general questions that might be arising in your mind.
SPINNING OUT SEASON 1: ENDING EXPLAINED
During the show, Kat was leery of Mitch using her sister Serena. However, it ends up that he was interested in her mother.
The end episode led to another revelation. The actual predator is Dr. Parker. He had been preying on Kat’s best friend, Jenn, and Serena.
The unveiling of misconceptions had impacts on all of them. Serena breaks in the contest while Kat and Jenn space. Carol took the matter in hand and attacked Dr. Parker using a bat.
SPINNING OUT SEASON 2: CAST
If the show is back for season 2, we probably have the same cast back.
Willow Sheilds as Serena Baker, Johnny Weir as Gabriel Richardson, Sarah Wright as Mandy Davis, Evan Roderick as Justin Davis, Kaya Scodelario as Kat Baker, January Jones as Carol Baker, and many more.
SPINNING OUT SEASON 2: PLOT
Expectedly, the plot could pick up from where it left off with Carol possibly going to prison while Kat on the verge of seeing her dreams slip from the palms of her hands.
Alongside that story, Serena also gets her hands on a handful of issues as she gets assaulted by Mitch. There’s a lot of questions in our heads that the second season can only answer. Season 2 will probably focus more on sexual assault and emotional health issues.
Since the show is more likely on the halt state, we will update as soon as we receive confirmed news about Spinning Out season 2.
DID THEY SKATE IN SPINNING OUT?
Though Kaya Schodelario did show off some of the skating skills, she learned for the show. Though the jumps, lift, and her four body doubles did the spectacular throws.