National Geographic is yet to renew Original Sin: Sex for season 2

The release date for Original Sin: Sex season 2 — Pending

This article has the most up-to-date info on the status of Original Sin: Sex season 2 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you in the know. National Geographic is yet to make a decision on its future. Subscribe to our automatic updates below.

About the show

Original Sin: Sex is a brand new National Geographic documentary series that hails from World of Wonders Productions. It has premiered on July 10, 2016 with six one-hour episodes. Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell and Dan Partland serve as executive producers on the show.

The series takes a sweeping look at the last half-century in terms of the sexual revolution and its consequences on all aspects of life, including science, culture and politics across the globe. Issues such as sex robots, online sex, the concept of privacy, redefining the concept of gender, sex education, and many others are explored. Archival footage, animated bits and expert interviews, including one with the legendary Dr. Ruth Westheimer, now 87 years old, round out the picture.

Viewership and renewal potential

The documentary series averages approximately 0.5 million viewers per episode and a 0.1 rating in the 18-49 demo so far. With topics like the history of vibrator use, government in the bedroom, online role playing and sex education wars, we think that the show could have done better in the ratings department. It’s not clear whether the story was conceived as a limited series, or may return with more provocative content for another season. There is certainly enough material to explore, since our culture is pervaded by sex, with references popping up in the most unexpected places. Stay tuned, and we’ll be sure to inform you of the future of Original Sin: Sex series.

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