‘Halston’ Season 2 – Is Netflix doing another Studio 54 show, Halston season?
In the wake of last year’s great success The queen’s gambit, Netflix is back in the limited series in 2021 with Halston. The show, a five-part serial frame produced by and starring Ewan McGregor as the titular designer, focuses on the rise and fall of a designer who works, for a time, to definere luxury, fame, and status; her famous clients included actresses like Liza Minelli, who is also a character in the series (played by Krysta Rodriguez).
Based on the book Simply Halston: The Untold Story by Steven S. Gaines, Halston arrives on Netflix as another entry in super-producer Ryan Murphy’s $ 300 contract with Netflix.
In all five episodes of the series, he explores how the born man Roy Halston Frowick eventually rose in status and fame to the point where he went through one name – Halston – and to the point where his mark, and the name itself, have become the most precious thing about him.
It should be noted, for the sake of clarity, that Halston’s official archives and family have stepped back from the Netflix series, noting its inaccuracy. “The HALSTON archives and family have not been viewed on the upcoming Netflix series involving an inaccurate fictitious account of famous fashion designer, ‘Halston’,” the statement read. “The HALSTON Archives remain the only definitive and complete source on the man and his legacy as the personally appointed custodian of his papers and private effects.”
There will be no Netflix season 2 Halston.
From the start, Halston was billed as a “limited series” (the series was first announced in January 2019). This means that the intention, in reality, is for the series to be unique.
Now it is true that something originally billed as a “limited series” always means that it will certainly be limited to one season; the most famous example of this in recent memory is that of HBO Big little lies who returned for a second go-around after his popular debut season.
It’s a different storyline than Netflix here Halston, however, as Big little lies is a fictional story, and Halston tells the story – and the adaptation of a biography – of a real person. And Halston tells this whole story in its five episodes.
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