"This will be a great series," said Loeb. "I love how dynamic it is and there is some great writing happening here. This is the kind of show that is exciting to watch and we hope to see it here in a few episodes. We want to come back with a bang."
Loeb filmed I Love Matures Zora 52 a couple of weeks ago and is still working on the episode. Both are wrapping up now and the two to three month process to get an episode out on a streaming site begins. So, yeah we are kind of running out of time.
As for the future, writer/executive producer Jon Goldwater is writing and Mary Wiseman is executive producing. Goldwater has said that he doesn't even know if there will be a second season. However, he did say there if there is a season two, it will be yet another change in pace for the series.
"I wanted to do something that was different from what we did previously," Goldwater said in a statement. "And Jon Loeb's idea to go backwards in time reminded me of the 'Matryoshka Doll' episode with the 22 episodes of The Original Series, so we decided to go in that direction. It helps that this story is sort of a coming of age story for Zora as well; she's a college freshman who deals with many of the issues that college freshmen deal with. I think we'll get a lot of comedy out of that."
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