Rotten, a docu-series, is returning to Netflix with a second season. This time, it will be streaming a new batch of episodes. It examines the food industry, exposing corruption and waste and highlighting the dangers of this industry. Here’s when and what we know about the second season.
In January 2018, Rotten was first available on Netflix. Six episodes of Rotten covered the entire food industry. The series covered many topics, including the production of peanuts and chicken, as well as milk production, cod, honey, and cod.
It was well received by critics as well as Netflix viewers around the world and is still one of the most popular docu-series Netflix has ever produced.
Zero Point Zero Productions is the studio that produced Rotten. They also produce other popular Netflix series. They produce Somebody Feed Phil, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction and an upcoming series that’s yet to be revealed.
Season 2 will feature six episodes. Here’s what we can expect:
Rotten returns with six new unsavory truths about the underbelly of the global food industry. Avocado. Wine. Bottled Water. Sugar. Chocolate. Edibles. The food you love comes with a price.
Netflix released the official trailer for Season 2 of Rotten on September 20, where some of the subjects were revealed.
Netflix will soon release Season 2 Rotten on October 4, 2019.
It arrives on the first Friday of the month alongside other big titles like Big Mouth (Season 3), Peaky Blinders (Season 5 – in the US) and Raising Dion (season 1). The updated list includes all the October 2019 Netflix titles.
Don’t forget another one of Netflix’s docu-series that looks at exposing big corporations, Dirty Money, will also soon be returning for a second season on Netflix although there’s been no official release date for that as of yet.
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