THE HUGELY-popular Welcome to Wrexham series looks set to return for a second season in 2023.

Season one of the Disney Plus series comes to a head today with the final three episodes now available to watch.

The first 18 episodes of Welcome to Wrexham has followed the takeover journey of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney during the rollercoaster of a ride that was the 2021/22 season for the Reds.

It also shines a spotlight on the die-hard fans within the Wrexham community who have followed the club through thick and thin down the years.

The documentary has been a huge boost to Wrexham AFC with figures revealing that, in September alone, worldwide traffic to reached 215k monthly visits – up 119% from the month before and up 3,728% from where it was in January. 

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And it has also helped the club pass the magic one million followers mark through its combined social media channels.

Such is the popularity of Wrexham AFC in the United States now, that their FA Cup match at Blyth Spartans has had its kick-off time re-arranged to suit an American audience who will watch it live on ESPN.

The good news now is that that meteoric rise in reputation is set to continue as club co-owner Rob McElhenney has seemingly confirmed that Welcome to Wrexham will return for a second season next year.

Taking to Twitter to confirm the news, the It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia star wrote: "Oops. Sorry. Tonight is the last episode of SEASON 1 of @WrexhamFX.

"SEASON 2 will return next year. I have a clause in my contract that stipulates I will not do anything less than 16 seasons of a TV show."

That last comment is an ode to the fact that It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia has enjoyed 15 seasons so far and is considered the longest-running sitcom to date.

There has been a big buzz around Wrexham - both on and off the pitch - since Rob and Deadpool star and club co-owner Ryan took over Wrexham AFC in early 2021.

And that looks set to continue on into 2023 with season two of Welcome to Wrexham certain to bring further interest to the Racecourse ground.