Season 2 of ‘100 Days to Indy’ to debut on Netflix this weekend

Penske Entertainment has confirmed the move to Netflix for Season 2 of ‘100 Days To Indy’ on Saturday, June 15.

The six-part docuseries produced by The CW and Penske Entertainment chronicles the formative stages of the 2024 NTT IndyCar Series season, following the start of the championship in March at St. Petersburg through the May 26 Indianapolis 500 won by Team Penske’s Josef Newgarden.

RACER also understands the new all-network broadcast deal struck between Penske Entertainment and FOX that starts in 2025 will not interfere with IndyCar’s owner and The CW’s ability to collaborate on a third season of 100 Days To Indy, if both sides choose to continue with the series.


In fact, the ties between The CW owner Nexstar Media Group and FOX are strong, as Nexstar owns a significant number of FOX stations throughout the country, which could lead to crossover opportunities with the show.

Season 2 of 100 Days To Indy, which debuted on April 26 and aired its finale on June 7, averaged 177,000 viewers per debut episode, hitting a low of 142,000 for Episode 3 and peaking at 194,000 viewers for Episode 5.

Despite the modest audience delivered on The CW, Season 1 has taken on a new life on Netflix where its debut on the streamer in April led to many weeks of being highlighted in its ‘Popular & Trending’ category.

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