“Mo” renewed for final season 2, ends on Netflix – Mohammed Amer Comedy
Good news: Mon has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
Bad news: Season 2 will be her last.
The streaming giant has renewed the critically acclaimed series for a final Season has learned TVLine. The news comes almost five months after the release of Season 1, which was completely canceled on August 24th.
The bittersweet announcement comes with a statement from series co-creator and star Mohammed Amer, which reads: “I am grateful to continue to share a universal story of struggle that relates to so many refugees and millions of underrepresented people trying to… to be seen around the globe, and to have the opportunity to take the people who loved and rooted for Mo Najjar with us as we wrap up this chapter in his story.”
Mon focuses on Mo Najjar, a man who “straddles the line between two cultures, three languages and a ton of cops — as a Palestinian refugee perpetually living one step away from asylum en route to US citizenship,” according to the official logline . “His family – including his sturdy and spiritual mother, sister and older brother – are fleeing to Houston, Texas. Laughing away the pain, Mo learns to adjust to his new world, although moving forward in life comes with some setbacks.”
Amer is joined in Season 2 by recurring series regulars Teresa Ruiz (Maria), Farah Bseiso (Yusra) and Omar Elba (Sameer).
Amer, who has previously appeared on Hulu’s ramyco-designed Mon with Ramy Youssef. Other EPs include Harris Danow (dead to me), Luvh Rakhe (David), series director Solvan “Slick” Naim (snowfall) and A24.
TVLine’s streaming scorecard has been updated accordingly Monextension of last season.
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