If you have completed the last part of Invented Anna and stared into the eyes of the “fake German heiress” Anna Delvey (aka Julia Garner), perhaps such an experience leaves you bewildered enough to wonder, Where is all this going? Does Anna get her help? Should I Invest in a Pair of Céline Glasses?
Sadly, not all such questions can be truly answered by you, but there are several other avenues of research you can take. Friend maybe reading Anna Sorokin in real life until these days, but you’re probably inclined to ponder whether Garner’s fictional Delvey will return to the screen. Shonda Rhimes’ Netflix hit, Invented Annadoes not record the full story first reported by Jessica Pressler in New York Magazineso it has a reason there maybe More coming soon from mega-streamer. But, as the months since Invented AnnaThe release continued without notice, which seems less likely. Here’s what we know so far about any rumors of a Invented Anna season 2.
There will be one Invented Anna season 2?
There seems to be no plan from the Shondaland team, nor the Netflix lords, to move Invented Anna in front of. Netflix already has reported to be paid The real-life Sorokin was $320,000 to adapt her life story, and given that the show counts as a limited series, that usually means there won’t be a second season to follow.
That said, Sorokin/Delvey’s life still has a lot going on, so if her long life goes on, there’s more to the story. There is precedent for limited series to pull the multi-season arc: Big Little Lies, for example, just means there is one season. But, for now, it seems Rhimes and her group want Invented Anna’the first chapter stands on its own.
Well, where can I find my scammer stuff in the meantime?
There is no scarcity of scam series already streaming in 2022. Yes Invented Anna and Netflix documentaries Tinder Scammers; WeCrashedin which Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway play the masterminds behind the WeWork scandal; Dropout, starring Amanda Seyfried as infamous Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes; and Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
Okay, but what about Anna? Will there be more Anna on TV?
Jessica Williams in real life, who you may recall is Vanity Fair photo editor befriends Anna Invented Annaallegedly sold the rights to adapt her book, My Friend Anna: The True Story of a Fake Heiressarrive HBO and Lena Dunham. But the deal has expired, like People reportthat means adaptation is hard to come by.
We also know Williams isn’t too pleased with her description in Invented Anna, could add fuel to the HBO fire. On August 29, she filed a defamation lawsuit against Netflix arguing that the film misrepresented her as “a horrible person”.
“This action would show that Netflix made a deliberate decision for the sake of drama to show Williams doing or saying things in the Series that portray her as a greedy, snobby, disloyal person. . Looks like Anna’s movie will never really end.
Lauren Puckett-Pope is an editorial associate at ELLE, where she covers news and culture.