It’s been over a year Angry had completed its first season of 13 episodes on CBS, and it looks like creators Robert King and Michelle King’s hit supernatural drama may soon transition from linear to streaming. According to the deadline, negotiations are currently underway for the upcoming one Angry Season 2 to officially move to Paramount +. Circulating reports say a final decision will most likely be announced at ViacomCBS’s pre-launch on Wednesday.
The upcoming move to streaming horror drama led by Katja Herbers and Mike Colter should come as no surprise, as its debut digital season had fared far better than on broadcast ratings, especially when it was released on Netflix last fall. Should this new move to streaming prevail, it would be the third CBS drama to move to Paramount + this year Marine special unit and Clarice.
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Angry is a psychological mystery series about the battle between science and religion. It centers on Kristen Bouchard, a skeptical clinical psychologist who joins David Acosta, a Catholic priest in training, and a worker to investigate supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and other extraordinary events to see if there is a scientific explanation or when something really supernatural is at work.
The series stars Katja Herbers (Westworld), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Aasif Mandvi (Blue blood) and Michael Emerson (The practice, person of interest). There’s also Kurt Fuller, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, Dalya Knapp, Christine Lahti, and Patrick Brammall.
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Angry is created and executive produced by The good wife Duo Robert and Michelle King, directed by Robert King. Liz Glotzer, President of King Size Productions, also acts as executive producer. The series had achieved early season two renewal just before completing its first season run.