Paranoid Season 2 Release Date: Who Will Appear in the Upcoming Season?

Paranoid is a British crime drama television series that premiered on November 22, 2016. Bill Gallagher created the show, which has a star-studded cast. Fans have been waiting for the second season of Paranoid since the first season was released.

So, when can we expect Season 2 of Paranoid? Is the show still on the air? Let us investigate!

Series Paranoid 
Genre    Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Written by  Bill Gallagher
Country of Origin United Kingdom
OTT Platform Netflix
Paranoid Season 2 Release Date Not Confirmed

When Will the Second Season of Paranoid Be Renewed?

Paranoid was released on Netflix on November 22, 2016. Since the premiere of the series nearly six years ago, there has been no word regarding its renewal. Almost certainly, the British crime drama has been cancelled.

Paranoid Season 2 Release Date

The producers have made no announcement regarding the cancellation of the series. ITV has likely cancelled the series, as it was originally conceived as an eight-part miniseries.

Paranoid Season 2 Release Date: When Will It Air?

Season 2 of Paranoid is unlikely to happen. Paranoid Season 2 is most likely cancelled by ITV. There have been no announcements about the release date of Paranoid Season 2.

Indira Verma, a cast member, has hinted at the show’s cancellation. Considering all of this, the most likely outcome for Paranoid would be the show’s cancellation.

What Happened at the End of Season 1 of Paranoid?

After discovering Lukana’s body, it is discovered that he was a participant in the “Mainline” drug trial. This complicates matters even further. Nick Waingrow puts pressure on Bobby to identify the murderer as soon as possible.

Bobby and his team gather enough evidence to arrest psychiatrist Dr Chris Crowley after a lengthy investigation. However, it did not work out due to a lack of Henry Appley’s support.

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Meanwhile, Waingrow discovers that he has been spied on after discovering hidden devices in his home and car. In the finale, Henry kidnaps Dr Crowley in order to extract the truth from him. Bobby and his team come across a mysterious assassin while tracking Crowley.

While the British and German police forces collaborate to find the murderer in a final showdown, Alec and Nina confess their feelings for each other.

Who Will Appear in Season 2 of Paranoid? (Character and Cast)

  • Indira Varma plays Detective Nina Suresh.
  • DC is played by Dino Fetscher
  • Christiane Paul in the role of Detective Linda Felber is a woman.
  • Lucy Cannonbury is played by Lesley Sharp.
  • Chris Crowley is played by Michael Maloney.

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How is the Show Currently Rated?

Fans and viewers have given Paranoid mostly positive reviews. Rotten Tomatoes gives it a 57% rating. It has also received 6.6 and 7.1 out of 10 ratings on IMDb and Nextflicks, respectively.

What is the Review of the Paranoid Series?

In comparison to the other crime dramas on Netflix, Paranoid falls short. The plot is dragged out and slow-paced, with little excitement. Characters could be more interesting, with the majority of them being obnoxious and having very disappointing character development.

Paranoid Season 2 Release Date

All the lead detectives have some sort of psychological issue that isn’t being addressed properly. At times, the plot of Paranoid feels rushed. Given Netflix’s reputation for producing high-quality series and films, Paranoid would not be at the top of the list.

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Where Can I Find Paranoid Series to Watch?

Paranoid is a Netflix original series. With a Netflix subscription, you can watch the first season online.


Netflix has the crime drama series Paranoid. However, it’s likely that the show has been axed and won’t return for a second season. The first season is watchable and accessible via Netflix.

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