– Rob Lowe’s ‘Unstable’ renewed for a second season
– Netflix confirms the decision to renew the crime drama series
– Production for the new season is reportedly set to begin in 2023
Netflix has given the green light to the renewal of Rob Lowe’s crime drama series, ‘Unstable,’ for a second season. The first season was well-received by fans, and now more episodes are in store for the future.
In this exciting series, Lowe plays Detective Chris Novak, a top detective in the Homicide Division whose life falls into disarray after a failed arrest. He becomes paranoid and finds himself questioning his very existence, while his colleagues begin to doubt his sanity. The detective must unravel a complicated conspiracy to maintain his career, and ultimately, his life.
After its debut, ‘Unstable’ proved to be a hit, prompting Netflix to greenlight another season. The crime drama, produced by Neil Meron, was filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a location known for ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Better Call Saul.’
Despite the renewal, fans will have to wait for the second season, as production is reportedly slated to begin in 2023. This will provide enough time for the cast and crew to wrap up their other projects before they return to work on the series. In the meantime, subscribers can look forward to the return of Chris Novak as he continues to navigate the unpredictable world of crime-fighting and conspiracy-solving.