Is ‘AIRawabi School For Girls’ is Coming Back With Season 2?
The Netflix series of ‘AIRawabi School for Girls’ story revolves around teenagers and their precious school life. After Marian is attacked abruptly, now she joins her hands with other students who have been bullied. They all want the exact revenge on those who hurt them. Tima Shomali and Shirin Kamal produce this series, which will be released in August 2021 on Netflix. Let’s know about AIRawabi School for Girls Season 2 release date and more in this article.
This thrilling series created a buzz even before its release, and it is considered as second Arabic Netflix Original Series. Viewers have praised the series; it especially offers a kaleidoscopic view of the situation through the eyes of different characters.
Will There be Season 2 of AIRawabi School for Girls?
However, only six episodes create an emotional rollercoaster. All the casting members involved in the series have crucial growth throughout. We also get the chance to the deeper into their lives and what drives their actions.
Take the example of Ruqayyah. After involving in a scandal created by Mariam, she is dropped out by her family. After that, she followed Layan and helped her to out her fear from inside. Out of her want for approval, she becomes an offender with Layan and Rania. The irony nature of Mariam is shown at the end, as she becomes bully herself now. The end of the story is not so happy for fans that elicit a more genuine feel to the series.
The end of the series left many subjects open for viewers’ explanation. In the ending, we see an angry brother of Layan that holds her boyfriend at gunpoint. The screen is focused only on three, and a gunshot is heard from the background. Now, who got shot or anyone gets injured from this left gunshot audience in excitement. Now with the release of season 2, all things will be cleared.
Although AIRawabi School for Girls features a limited series on Netflix, there is no hint for Season 2. But if viewers want, there will be a chance in the future.
The show’s main motive is that it presents crucial subjects such as bullying and social alienation.