Netflix’s hit comedy series “BandLab” is being hailed as a “classic” by critics and a must-watch by moviegoers.
Netflix announced the series’ second season on Monday, in which the show follows a band in search of a lost member of their band and its former leader.
The first season, which also starred Michael Ian Black, had a solid first season with 8.7 million total viewers.
The second season of “BandLAB” is expected to be even better, according to Variety, with 8 million total viewership.
“BandLab is a show that never fails to be entertaining and informative and a show you will want to watch every single night,” said Netflix President and CEO Reed Hastings in a statement.
“We are proud to offer this premiere season to our viewers, who are the first in line to see this show for the first time.
The world is watching, and we’re ready to share the show with them.”
The Netflix comedy, which follows a young band of misfits, has already been named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Ten Most Memorable TV Shows of All Time, and is also being hailed by critics.
In its first season in 2018, “Bandlab” had an average rating of 4.8 out of 10 on Metacritic, the website that evaluates reviews for films and TV shows.
It has been hailed as one of Netflix’s most popular shows, and its second season has already topped HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
Netflix also announced its new streaming service, “House of Cards,” which will begin streaming on April 25.