Will there be another season of Love and Anarchy?

LOVE AND ANARCHY has now launched on . But will there be another series of the romantic comedy series?

PUBLISHED: 22:48, Wed, Nov 4, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:48, Wed, Nov 4, 2020

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has just released a brand new series called Love and Anarchy. Fans who have already watched the series are desperate to know whether the show will return again. Here’s everything revealed so far about the second season of the show.

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Will there be a second season of Love and Anarchy?

Love and Anarchy was released on on November 4 as a new romantic series for viewers to enjoy.

Many fans have already binge-watched the Swedish series and will be keen to know what the future holds for it.

So far, has not yet confirmed whether the show will be returning for a second outing.

However, this is not uncommon as usually waits a few months before making any decisions on its shows.

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They usually decide this based on elements like viewership as well as how it is likely to entice viewers to subscribe in the future.

There are also some other factors which might impact whether it gets a second season as well.

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, several shows and films have had to put production on hold.

As well as this, decided to cancel some of its series for reasons related to the pandemic.

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Therefore, a second season of Love and Anarchy may be impacted by this as a result.

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