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Tires Season 2 Ordered Ahead of Shane Gillis Netflix Show’s Debut

Forward of its sequence premiere this Thursday, Might 23, Netflix has ordered an early Season 2 renewal for Tires, an upcoming comedy sequence from Shane Gillis. 

Tires is confirmed to be returning for Season 2 subsequent 12 months, although the precise launch date has but to be introduced. The streaming service’s newest choice marks the growth of its partnership with the comic, following the recently-ordered standup particular set to premiere in 2025. Gillis additionally just lately appeared on three sold-out exhibits for this 12 months’s Netflix is a Joke Fest. 

The comic’s 2023 particular, titled Lovely Canine, has additionally been an enormous success for the streamer, having spent weeks on the streamer’s High 10 record. Lovely Canine has additionally confirmed to be a well-received challenge for each Gillis and Netflix, because the particular presently boasts a 93% viewers score on Rotten Tomatoes. 

What is Tires about?

The six-episode sequence, directed by John McKeever, will middle on Will, a “nervous and unqualified inheritor to an auto restore chain” who “makes an attempt to show his father’s enterprise round regardless of fixed torture from his cousin and now worker, Shane.”

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Netflix just lately launched the trailer for Tires on Might 10. You possibly can watch it beneath:

Who else is behind Tires? 

Along with serving because the present’s author, co-creator, and govt producer, Gillis additionally stars in Tires as Shane, reverse Steven Gerben as Will. Further forged members embody Chris O’Connor, Kilah Fox, and Stavros Halkias, with Andrew Schulz showing because the visitor star. 

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Gerben and McKeever additionally joined Gillis in creating and writing the sequence. The three additionally govt produced the present alongside Tough Home’s Brandon James, AGI Leisure Media & Administration’s Brian Stern and Kenneth Slotnick, and Becky Astphan. 

Tires marks the second challenge from Gillis and McKeever’s Dad Sick Productions banner. 

Tires debuts on Netflix on Might 23. 

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