We had no doubt that Comedy Central was about to pick up Corporate for a third season, given the impressive results of the current, 2nd round of the black comedy series. As mentioned above, both critics and viewers have been impressed while watching the 2nd installment of Corporate. The second season premiere has received very positive reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, Corporate Season 2 holds a score of 9/10 and a 100% approval rating from critics, while viewers have rated the season at 4.8 out of 5 and have given a 100% rating as well. On IMDb, the show's overall score also remains above average, 7.5/10 based on over 1,700 votes.
Corporate Season 2 premiere has garnered 0.262 million viewers with a 0.14 key demo rating among adults (P18-49). The series, thereby has lost about 35% of the target audience. The viewing figures dropped even more by the end of Season 2, up to 0.171 million viewers in the season finale. Looking at the statistics of the 2nd round of the black comedy corporate, it becomes clear why Comedy Central made such a decision.
Corporate Season 3 Release Date
As mentioned above, Comedy Central has confirmed that Corporate is coming back for Season 3 in 2020. But no specific release date has been announced as of yet. However, if we take a look at the current schedule of the comedy series, we might conclude that Corporate would likely return for a next season in January 2020.
But since all the data above is nothing but our forecast, we thereby would like to wait for the official announcement from Comedy Central on the subject. As a result, we are tracking down all the official reports that arrive from the cable network. As soon as CC announces a particular date for the upcoming season, we will update this page. So guys, stay tuned for updates. We will keep you informed.
The series reveals the inside life of the employees working in the soulless multi-national corporation. This workplace sitcom follows two minor employees who are desperately trying to survive among the sharks of business. Matt and Jake work as Junior-Executives-in-Training in Hampton DeVille, an enterprise under control of a tyrannical CEO, Christian DeVille. The guys are under the daily oppression of their boss' sycophants, John and Kate, with only the support of Human Resources rep Grace. The guys' mission is to get out of the eternally rotating series of disasters.