Shane Gillis Comedy Series ‘Tires’ Gets Early Season 2 Renewal At Netflix

Ahead of its May 23 series premiere, Netflix has handed an early Season 2 renewal to Shane Gillis’ scripted comedy series Tires.

The renewal marks the latest in Netflix’s expanding partnership with Gillis,who most recently performed three sold-out shows as part of Netflix is a Joke Fest in Los Angeles. As previously announced, the streamer also ordered a new standup special from Gillis, to premiere in 2025. His 2023 special, Beautiful Dogs, reached the Netflix Top 10 in five countries and spent two weeks in the US Top 10 list.

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Gillis stars in Tires, and serves as writer, co-creator and executive producer. In the six-episode first season, Will (Steven Gerben), the nervous and unqualified heir to an auto repair chain, attempts to turn his father’s business around despite constant torture from his cousin and now employee, Shane (Gillis).

Tires also stars Chris O’Connor, Kilah Fox and Stavros Halkias, with guest appearances by Andrew Schulz.

The series is directed by John McKeever. Gillis, Gerben and McKeever are the creators, writers and executive producers. Brandon James is an executive producer for Rough House; Brian Stern and Kenneth Slotnick are executive producers for AGI Entertainment Media & Management. Becky Astphan is an executive producer.

Tires is the second production from Gillis and McKeever’s production company, Dad Sick Productions, following Gillis’ stand-up special Beautiful Dogs.

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