Words: Steve Brown
Netflix's hit comedy series Bonding has been renewed for a second season.
Starring Brendan Scannell, Zoe Levin and D’Arcy Carden, the series follows Tiff, a grad student in New York City who is moonlighting as a dominatrix.
For Tiff, her sexually explicit job is a business, not a pleasure. When she reconnects with former high school BFF Pete, a recently out gay man, she recruits the cash-strapped man to be her assistant - performing such tasks as cleaning up after her clients and serving as her bodyguard.
This dark comedy follows the unlikely pair as Tiff and Peter's new professional relationship redefines their friendship. More importantly, though, it helps them find themselves.
At the end of the first season, we saw Tiff and Pete is a predicament after visiting the house of a new client, Trevor, who attacks Tiff after locking Pete in the bathroom.
Tiff stabs Trevor in the leg after Pete gets out of the bathroom. The two flee together, after police sirens are heard.
Rightor Doyle - which the series is loosely based on his own life experiences - is back as the writer, director, showrunner, and executive producer.
Now, the official Twitter account for the series has confirmed a second season will land on the streaming giant this year.