Nasim Pedrad created the TBS sitcom Chad. Additionally, Pedrad serves as an executive producer alongside Oly Obst, Rhys Thomas, Hayes Davenport, Rob Rosell, and Robert Padnick.
Premiering on April 6, 2021, the first season was well-received by both critics and viewers. It has an 81% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and the producers have already ordered a second season because of the great reception. When will Season 2 of Chad be available to watch? The plot is… Who would be the main actors who would return? If you want to know more about this, read on!
Chad Season 2 Renewal Status
According to Deadline, Chad, a comedy set to launch on TBS on the eve of its second season, has been canceled. The show, developed by former SNL cast member Nasim Pedrad, has received praise for its realistic depiction of immigrant culture and Middle Eastern Americans. The cable channel wants to assist the unaired season of the single-camera comedy find a new home.
The first season of Chad was the highest-rated new scripted cable comedy of 2021. A representative for TBS stated, “As we continue to assess content and implement a new [unscripted] strategy for our network, we can now share that Season 2 of Chad will not air on TBS.” And to add on,
The best place for it is out there, and we want to locate it. Nasim Pedrad, the show’s enthusiastic creator, executive producer, and star, deserves praise and gratitude for delivering an unconventional coming-of-age story full of warmth and humor. We also appreciate the collaboration of Chad’s executive producer Oly Obst, co-showrunner Max Searle, and the rest of the cast and crew.
Chad (Pedrad) is a Persian-American teenager in his freshman year of high school who is determined to make a name for himself. Throughout the first season, Chad employs every strategy at his disposal to befriend the popular kids, all while dealing with his mother’s new relationship life and coming to terms with his own cultural identity.
- Nasim Pedrad as Chad Amani
- Jake Ryan as Peter
- Saba Homayoon as Naz Amani
- Paul Chahidi as Hamid Amani
- Ella Mika as Niki Amani
- Alexa Loo as Denise
- Madeleine Arthur as Marjorie
- Thomas Barbusca as Reid
- Phillip Mullings Jr. as Ikrimah
- Jarrad Paul as Charles
- Armani Jackson as Joey
- Lucius Hoyos as Raul
- Aidan Laprete as Kevin
- Kensington Tallman as Avery
- Lily Fisher as Margaret
- Houshang Touzie as Farhad
- Dave Ahdoot as Pasha
- Parviz Pedrad as Mohsen
- Aidan Fiske as Liam
Chad Season 2 Plot
The second season’s plot has been shrouded in mystery by the showrunners. Therefore, it is quite difficult to foretell where Chad Season 2 will go. Meanwhile, we do know that Chad Season 2 may pick up the tale after the events in Season 1.
In the second season, our protagonist will have to cope with a scandal that threatens to bring down his administration. He’ll also meet a potential new partner in this story. As his stardom grows, he also deals with a visit from his Iranian grandmother. He tries to find new methods to reconnect with his Persian heritage.
It hasn’t always been easy for Chad to find himself as a teenager. But with the support of his family and Peter, his best friend, he manages to stay on course. As he has always imagined himself, it gives him confidence and helps him become the most American boy in the history of the globe.
Chad Season 2 Trailer
There is no Season 2 of Chad trailer available yet. You may see the Season 2 trailer here until it is released:
Chad Season 1 Review
The TBS sitcom Chad, which follows a painfully awkward Iranian-American kid named Chad as he navigates the challenges of puberty, is about adolescence. The trick is that Nasim Pedrad, the show’s creator and a 39-year-old actress and comedian, plays the boy. With a short wig, many large polo shirts, and a deeper-than-usual speaking tone, the Saturday Night Live alum blends in with the teenage landscape.
Chad has a hilariously ridiculous speech pattern, stumbling over words and phrases and speaking quickly and enthusiastically like a child who is both socially apprehensive and completely exaggerated. Chad has a new obsession in practically every episode, whether it’s K-pop, LeBron James shoes, or a genuine sword he receives as a present. Even after getting his brace removed and making some progress with a gang of cool boys lead by his most continuous object of obsession, Reid (Thomas Barbusca), he remains infantile and nerdy in a way he can’t shake.
Unless one has an extremely high tolerance for the jarring and potentially insulting, it’s unlikely that viewers will leave the first season of Chad rooting for its eponymous character as the impetuous, underdog outcast he’s built up to be. Perhaps there is a valid cause for the kid’s lack of popularity.