Netflix’s adult animated comedy series Chicago Party Aunts, based on a Twitter account curated by Chris Witaske, has delivered laughter and sickening moments for two seasons. Will we be back for another season? That is the question we are considering here.
Netflix greenlighted “Aunt Chicago Party” in July 2021. The first eight episodes will be released in September 2021 and the second in December 2022. The second season wasn’t marketed as the final season, but it might as well have been marketed as the final season.
You’re welcome, Ojou-chan. https://t.co/gNZyS3RZb9
— Chicago Party Aunt (@ChiPartyAunt) June 30, 2023
Many of the people who worked on the first two seasons have moved on to new projects. No official cancellation has been announced, but “Aunt Chicago Party” may fall into Netflix’s “ghost cancel” series category.
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The Twitter account that inspired the show is still active and thriving. They regularly share witty remarks, discuss Chicago landmarks and celebrities, and even interact with fans who admire the show.
I can’t say that the show was a resounding success. The production briefly appeared on the Daily Top 10 list in just four countries and remained in the US Top 10 for his three days over two seasons.
Critics and viewers had mixed feelings about the show. It currently has a 5.6/10 score on IMDb, with some critics such as the Michigan Daily saying the show doesn’t capture the essence of Twitter accounts and struggles with jokes and character empathy. criticized.
A review in the daily newspaper said:The Chicago Party Aunt Twitter account is popular thanks to short, comedic tweets that allow followers to create their own image of the woman behind the wheel. Ultimately, Netflix failed when it came to producing new anime series. The jokes didn’t hit, the story wasn’t there, and it was hard to empathize with the main character.”