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Debby Ryan Opens Up About Hopes For 'Insatiable' Season 2

Debby Ryan Opens Up About Hopes For 'Insatiable' Season 2

Debby Ryan is still over the moon about the season two renewal for her Netflix series, Insatiable.

Talking with IBT, the 25-year-old actress opened up about what she’d like to see in the new season coming.

“[I'm] interested in exploring the places that Patty continues to look,” she says about the void that’s inside her.

Debby also hopes that the new season will see all the different places that people continue to look to satisfy that insatiable part of them.

“Some people have found great success based off of this hole within them that is never enough and constantly looking, and they’ve found and built incredible, insane things,” she adds. “Also, some people have been hospitalized. Some people have made their mothers feel like failures. I have. I’ve looked in the wrong places. And now we know where not to look.”

“I’ve seen other people look in places, and I knew that I didn’t have to go and look there because it wouldn’t show me anything I wanted to see.”

Insatiable season one is streaming on Netflix now.

Debby Ryan's 'Insatiable' Gets Renewed for Season 2!

Debby Ryan's 'Insatiable' Gets Renewed for Season 2!

Get ready for more Insatiable!

The Debby Ryan-starring dark comedy is coming back in 2019 with a second season on Netflix, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed on Wednesday (September 12).

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The show, which revolves around an overweight teenager (Ryan) who seeks revenge on those that tormented her after she loses the weight, was highly criticized. Debby and the film’s cast and crew responded to the backlash.

“We’re not in the business of fat shaming. We’re out to turn a sharp eye on broken, harmful systems that equate thinness with worth,” Debby said.

Debby Ryan Keeps It Classic at 'Insatiable' Season One Premiere

Debby Ryan Keeps It Classic at 'Insatiable' Season One Premiere

Debby Ryan steps out in an elegant look at the premiere of the first season of her Netflix dramedy series Insatiable!

The former Suite Life on Deck actress attended the event held at ArcLight Hollywood on Thursday (August 9) in Hollywood.

She wore a strapless pale pink dress with silver and diamond accessories.

Debby was joined by her co-stars Alyssa Milano, Christopher Gorham, Dallas Roberts, Kimmy Shields, Daniel Kang, Irene Choi, James Lastovic, Michael Provost, Erinn Westbrook, Arden Myrin, Sarah Colonna, Chloe Bridges, Brett Rice, and writer and executive producer Lauren Gussis.

Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, Navia Robinson, Alyson Stoner, Sofie Dossi, and Isabella Gomez were also there to show their support, and Adam DeVine and Paris Berelc attended the after-party.

ICYMI, see how Debby responded to backlash toward the show here.

#Insatiable premiere. Midnight and it’s all yours.

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FYI: Debby is wearing Paule Ka. Alyssa is wearing a Marchesa dress, Ruthie Davis shoes, Effy Jewelry, AS29, and Borgioni jewelry, and a Tyler Ellis clutch. Kimmy is wearing a Love Binetti dress, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Margo Siegel jewelry, and an Adrianna Papell clutch. Adam is wearing an AllSaints shirt and pants.

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Debby Ryan Recalls Why She Was Drawn To 'Insatiable' In The First Place

Debby Ryan Recalls Why She Was Drawn To 'Insatiable' In The First Place

Debby Ryan switches up her look after her appearance at Build Series in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (August 7).

The 25-year-old actress joined co-stars Alyssa Milano, Dallas Roberts and creator Lauren Gussis at the event to chat about their new Netflix series, Insatiable.

“Initially, I just liked this girl,” Debby shared about what drew her to the project, ahead of being able to speak with Lauren about Patty’s arc. “The things I didn’t like about myself, were very visible in her.”

She added, “You go through this story with this person and I’m angry on Patty’s behalf…I’m angry at the lies that I was fed by culture and media that affected me in the way that they did. I’m angry at myself for letting that happen. Being able to see that and move forward, [we] were the same person.”

Watch their full interview below and tune into Insatiable when it premieres on Friday, August 10th on Netflix.

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'Insatiable' Creator Also Wants You To Watch The Show Before Writing It Off

'Insatiable' Creator Also Wants You To Watch The Show Before Writing It Off

Debby Ryan‘s new Netflix series Insatiable is getting a lot of backlash after the trailer debut as the show seems to be all about glorifying fat shaming and if you’re thin, then you must be happy.

However, as Debby explained last week, that’s not what the show is about.

Now, writer/producer Lauren Gussis talked with Vanity Fair about the same issue.

Since the trailer debuted, over 200,000 people have signed an online petition for the streaming service to not air it.

“The trailer is not representative of the show as a whole, but it is a representation of where the story starts,” she says. “The story is not ‘somebody gets thin, becomes happy, and gets everything she wants.’ It’s actually quite the opposite, but the story has to start somewhere.”

In fact, Lauren says that Patty, played by Debby, is just as unhappy as she was before—dealing with a single, alcoholic mother; crippling bouts of insecurity; and a bottomless pit of anger.

“Patty’s actually more miserable because now she doesn’t have any protection,” Lauren adds. “She has no tools. People assume things about her because she looks a certain way, but she doesn’t know who she is; she never really did.”

“She focused all her attention on what things would be like ‘if only.’ Then she gets the ‘if only,’ and it doesn’t fix her. Now she’s even more mad and devastated, so she’s behaving very badly.”

And like Debby, Lauren wants you to give the show just a little chance.

“I want this to be a starting point for a conversation. I had a lot of mentors who encouraged me to tell my stories. I encourage other people to tell their story.”

Insatiable premieres Friday, August 10th on Netflix.

Debby Ryan Hopes Fans Will Watch 'Insatiable' Before Passing Judgment

Debby Ryan Hopes Fans Will Watch 'Insatiable' Before Passing Judgment

Debby Ryan wants to clarify some misconceptions about her upcoming Netflix series Insatiable.

The former Jessie star took to Instagram on Saturday (July 21) to respond to some of the opinions she’s already heard people share.

“As someone who cares deeply about the way our bodies, especially women’s, are shamed and policed in society, I was so excited to work on Insatiable because it’s a show that addresses and confronts those ideas through satire,” she begins. “Satire is a way to poke fun at the hardest things, bring darkness into the light, and enter difficult conversations.”

“I have to laugh at my pain, otherwise I’ll dissolve and weep and get stuck instead of working through it,” she continues. “It’s a coping mechanism and, for a lot of people who are telling these stories, a healing mechanism. Over the last few days I’ve seen how many voices are protective and fiercely outspoken about the themes that come into play in this story. I’m grateful for that, and comforted by it, because I want those stories told right too.”

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