The nature of Agent Elvis's renewal or cancellation is discussed.
Any series that honors a historical figure and gives them a fresh twist is fantastic. You are reading the thoughts of a critic who considers Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter to be a misunderstood gem in historical fiction.
Cocaine Bear is more like a Smokey the Bear from the 1980s.
And as much as I want a series that takes Mother Teresa and makes her a real Tomb Raider, a series that Netflix describes as "Elvis trades in his jumpsuit for a jetpack when he joins a secret government spy program to help combat the dark forces that threaten the country," it has limited future seasons.
Romey Norton of Ready Steady Cut remarks on Agent Elvis: "If you're an Elvis fan, you'll have a burning desire for this series." However, the question remains: will the program have enough fan base to sustain its second season?
Will there be a Season 2 of Agent Elvis – with or without a renewed status?
Agent Elvis has not received a renewed contract for an additional season.
In the pro columns for an Agent Elvis renewal, there are several important factors. The first is obvious: Kaitlin Olson, Don Cheadle, Johnny Knoxville, Tom Kenny, and even Priscilla Presley play themselves in the animated series.
Mike Arnold, the creator of the FX animated classic series Archer, is also a contributor. That alone gives him instant credibility.
You have to agree that a second season would be appropriate, as Netflix stated in an article on TV Insider.
After a review, I would estimate that 80% of Netflix's animated series will have an additional season. The show also has a current "rotten" designation on the website Rotten Tomatoes, but the more significant concern is if Arnold stays as the series' creator.
Arnold will stay on as the series' creator with a series that was postponed for 24 months? Not to mention reuniting the cast. Even for an animated series, it's possible to force cats to walk in a straight line.
The most powerful predictor of success will always be Agent Elvis' ratings.
The series has unofficially failed to crack the top ten streaming programs on Netflix since it was unveiled on March 17th. While the ratings have not been officially released, Netflix continues to be dominated by You, Outer Banks, and reality television. The outlook, as of now, is bleak.
Agent Elvis will not be able to keep dancing in his blue suede shoes, according to rumors.
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