Amazon Renews ‘Alpha House’ for Season 2, Creator Garry Trudeau to Put ‘Doonesbury’ on Hold
Streaming service Amazon Studios has renewed its John Goodman comedy series Alpha House for a second season, Washington Post reports. Alpha House, which stars Goodman as one of four Republican Senators, concluded its 11-episode first season last month. There’s no word on how many episodes the second season will consists of or when it will debut. The fate of Amazon’s other new comedy, Betas, has yet to be announced one way or the other.
Alpha House‘s creator, Garry Trudeau, will put his long-running daily comic strip Doonesbury on an extended hiatus to work on the new season of his Amazon show. He will continue to create new Doonesbury strips for the Sunday edition. “I’ve done the strip for 43 years — 45 if you include the college edition [at Yale] — and I’m ready for an extended break,” said Trudeau.