If the first half of Hulu’s A Teacher seemed to glorify the abusive relationship between Eric (Nick Robinson) and his teacher, Claire Wilson (Kate Mara), the back half makes it clear just how traumatic the experience was for the teen. The final episode, which debuted on December 29, reunites the two 10 years after they first met, but while Claire has moved on, Eric is still dealing with the lingering affects of her abuse. In their final interaction, Eric is finally able to confront his abuser, and viewers can breathe a sigh of relief as he rebuffs her self-centered apology, once and for all.
For many, the A Teacher finale will provide much-needed closure to the series, but given the sudden nature of its ending, some viewers are curious if the series will continue. Will there be A Teacher Season 2? Is A Teacher a limited series? Here’s everything you need to know.
IS A TEACHER A LIMITED SERIES?
As of now, A Teacher on Hulu is a limited series. The FX on Hulu miniseries is based on Hannah Fidell’s 2013 film of the same name starring Lindsay Burdge and Will Brittain.
HOW MANY EPISODES OF A TEACHER ARE THERE?
There are 10 episodes in Hulu’s A Teacher. Episodes were released weekly beginning November 10, with the finale, “Episode 10,” airing on Tuesday, December 29.
A TEACHER SEASON 2: WILL THERE BE SEASON 2 OF A TEACHER?
Because A Teacher was conceived and released as a limited series, it is unlikely that there will be a second season of the drama. However, it’s not unheard of for limited series to be renewed (see Big Little Lies or The Flight Attendant), so it’s possible that Hulu could order Season 2 of A Teacher in the months ahead.
WHEN WILL WE KNOW IF A TEACHER HULU WILL CONTINUE?
Typically, Hulu announces renewals shortly after shows debut (or, if they have a weekly release, shortly after the final episode airs). With that timeline in mind, if Hulu orders A Teacher Season 2, the news could be announced sometime in early 2021.
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