Will 'Girlboss' Return For Season 2? Fans Of The Netflix Series Can Follow Sophia Amoruso's Story Outside The Show
What are you doing this weekend? You know, other than marathoning Netflix's new show Girlboss, premiering Friday, April 21. The highly anticipated series, written and executive produced by Kay Cannon and created by Charlize Theron's Denver & Delilah production company, is adapted from Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso’s autobiography of the same name — although this is a decidedly more fictional take on things. While fans are eager to stream the upcoming series, audiences may already curious about whether or not there will be a Girlboss Season 2 on the streaming site.
So far, there has not been an announcement about furthering the series, though we do know Girlboss Season 1 is confirmed for 13 episodes, according to Deadline. While we haven't heard any Season 2 news yet, I think we can safely hope the series will return for a second season — most Netflix original series do get renewed at least through a second season. And, Girlboss is backed by some serious talent (*cough* Charlize Theron), which likely makes it even harder to say no to more. Plus, there's always more story to explore as Nasty Gal's business shifts (Amoruso recently left her position as CEO).
While viewers can't know for sure that Girlboss is returning, there are other ways to follow Sophia Amoruso’s story after marathoning Season 1 on April 21. Here are all the ways to keep up with the Nasty Gal founder.
Read The Book
Read Amoruso's best-selling autobiography that inspired the series.
And 'Nasty Galaxy'
Check out Amoruso's highly-visual 2016 book Nasty Galaxy. It's sort of scrapbook of photography, style, and essays.
Shop Nasty Gal
While Amoruso is no longer the company's CEO, you can still shop for interesting and awesome pieces on the site if Girlboss so inspires you to do so.
Follow Her On Instagram
Get to know Amoruso — and her style — through her Instagram.
Follow Her On Twitter
I feel ya, girl. You should also be following her on Twitter.
Wish For More Episodes
Or, you know, rewatch the series?