Controversial Series “Insatiable” Renewed For Second Season

Netflix’s controversial series “Insatiable”, starring Debby Ryan (“Sing It!”, “Jessie”), has been renewed for a second series. The show came under fire after it was released last month as being full of body shaming and unhealthy depictions of weight loss. The series follows Bob (Dallas Roberts), a disgraced civil lawyer, who becomes a beauty pageant coach. His number one client is a vengeful, bullied teen (Debby Ryan) out to exact her revenge via the beauty pageants her tormentors frequent. You can see the trailer for the season 1 below:

Insatiable is a dark, twisted revenge comedy starring Debby Ryan, Dallas Roberts, and Alyssa Milano. For years, Patty (Debby Ryan) has been bullied, ignored, and underestimated by those around her because of her weight. But now that she finds herself suddenly thin, Patty is out for payback against anyone who has ever made her feel bad about herself. Bob Armstrong (Dallas Roberts), a disgraced attorney whose true passion is coaching beauty pageant contestant, is the only one who sees Patty’s potential, and takes her under his wing — first as a legal client, and then as a pageant contestant whom he coaches toward becoming the top pageant queen in the country. But Bob and his wife Coralee (Alyssa Milano) have no idea how deep Patty’s rage goes, or how far she will go to exact revenge on anyone who has ever wronged her. Bullies beware: payback’s a bitch, revenge is sweet, and if you cross Patty, you’ll be her next treat.

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12 thoughts on “Controversial Series “Insatiable” Renewed For Second Season

  1. Christ. I like teen dramas & I don’t care about the controversy – but this is tripe. Again; how has this been renewed when Girlboss, one of the few shows that had the same sharp wit & fun Gilmore Girls was blessed with, be cancelled? This is why I have to import DVDs from USA / Australia now since they get the worthwhile shows the UK automatically overlooks because they’re not dark / edgy enough.

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