– FX has renewed “Welcome to Wrexham” for a second season
– Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s documentary series follows the takeover of a Welsh soccer team
– The show offers behind-the-scenes glimpses and insights from team supporters
FX has officially given the nod for another season of the hit documentary series “Welcome to Wrexham.” The show, which features Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, revolves around the duo’s take-over of a soccer team in Wales. With the green light for Season 2, fans will be able to follow the Wrexham AFC’s journey in the coming year.
The first season began with Reynolds’ and McElhenney’s joint acquisition of the National League team and the challenges they faced as they attempted to turn the club’s fortunes around. The series provided a unique view into the world of soccer, allowing fans to see behind-the-scenes action and hear direct insights from passionate team supporters.
“Welcome to Wrexham has captured the imagination not just of Wrexham and its people, but the entire U.K.,” said co-creator Rob McElhenney, who also serves as an executive producer. “This is a testament to the power of our storytelling and the appetite for an authentic, heartwarming story set against the odds.”
“We are beyond thrilled with the response to the series and truly humbled by the love and support of the people of Wrexham,” added Reynolds and McElhenney in a joint statement. “We can’t wait to continue telling their story and that of a town on the cusp of global recognition.”
When the second season arrives on the network, viewers can expect more exclusive access to the club’s inner workings, as well as continued engagement with the local community. Overall, “Welcome to Wrexham” promises to deliver more inspiring moments and behind-the-scenes stories that have made it such a beloved show for soccer fans and non-fans alike.