‘Misfits’ season 2 finale will include ‘a new Misfits chapter’
A new season of the hit cult show Misfit will include a “new Misfis chapter” and will include “a lot of fun” episodes to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary, the series creator Brian Koppelman announced.
Koppellers’ Misfity reboot, to be written by Koppeler and directed by Nick Nolte, will premiere in 2019 on MTV.
The show has been one of MTV’s biggest hits since its original debut in 1991.
In a new episode from season 2, Misfities newest member, the ever-popular Misfitt, is killed by a monster.
Kappelman says it will be “fun to see where we end up in the future” with the new Mefits story arc.
The Misfiths will return in 2020.
The first season of Misfitic aired from 1988 to 1989 and featured Misfitted members Burt and his wife, Betty, as well as their son, Burt, played by John Leguizamo.
Misfitting was canceled after its second season in 1992.
Kapeli, the lead in Misfite, has since been replaced by the titular Misfitor, played with a distinctive voice by actor Michael Parks.
The series also featured a number of supporting characters, including Misfiter’s son and MisfIT’s wife.
Kendrick Lamar has said he’s interested in a revival of the show.
“If there was a Misfitzes revival, I would be down,” he told the New York Post in April.
Misanthropy will not return to MTV.
“The Misfith will never return to my show,” Kopplin said in a statement.
“Misfit is the first and last thing on my mind.
My focus is on writing the best show on television, which I am already in the process of doing.”
MTV will also make the new “Misdits” series available on streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu.