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Sex/Life comes to mind, but Margaret Qualley’s Maid is anything but light and fluffy (we’re looking at you, Margaret).

As she flees an abusive relationship and works to provide a better life for her daughter, Alex, the show’s 10-part series premiered on October 1, 2021.

Will Netflix's Maid get a second season?

Based on a true story, the series has received high praise from viewers for portraying coercive control honestly and rawly. Others have praised Margaret, Andie McDowell, Nick Robinson, and Raymond Ablack for their outstanding performances.

This is probably why the show’s second season is being talked about so much. Is there going to be a sequel to Maid on Netflix? So far, here’s what we know.

Can we expect Maid to return for a second season on Netflix?

Do we know whether or not there will be a second season of Netflix’s Maid?
Unfortunately, the answer is no.

Will Netflix's Maid get a second season?

Considering how the first season concludes, a second season of Maid is improbable, given its current status as a limited series. Big Little Lies was initially intended to be a one-season event, but as we now know, a third season is already in the works.

What happened at the end of season one of Netflix’s Maid?

Alex and his daughter Maddy began their new life in Missoula, Montana, in the final episode, where Maddy was already accepted to college. Sean had let go of his ex-partner and daughter, finally allowing Alex to live as she saw fit.

Will Netflix's Maid get a second season?

That being the case, what are the chances of there being a season two? Maybe we’d learn more about Alex’s new role as a working mother or Maddy’s adolescent character. Or, perhaps we can learn more about Shaun and Paula in their spin-offs.

Who would return for a second season of Netflix’s Maid?

If this happens, all the leading players from season one are expected to appear. The main characters are Margaret Qualley as Alex and Rylea Nevaeh Whittle as Maddy.

Nick Robinson as Sean, Andie MacDowell as Alex’s mother, Paula, and pus, Regina (Anika Noni Rose), and Alex’s father, Hank as Hank (Billy Burke.)

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