It depends. If your flights are part of a complete round trip purchased on a single itinerary/airline, then the answer is no, since the first flight/airline will automatically cancel your itinerary after you miss the first flight.
If you can, what you should do as soon as you miss your flight (or even before is better, when you know you will miss the flight) is contact the airline of the flight you missed, and ask to be put on the standby list of the next flight, telling them you know for a fact you’ll miss your flight. In some cases they may be able to even confirm you on the next flight. Some airlines will also charge you a fee for this (standby fee) and for confirmation on a different flight (rebooking fee). But by doing this, your return leg will still be valid, and you will still be active in their system.
If the airline cannot get you on one of their flights, then ask if they can book you a new itinerary with just your return flight, if you yourself, can find an alternate flight on a different carrier to your destination. I’ve had this done when I needed to take a different airline due to schedule, and was able to get the airline to generate me a completely new itinerary on the same return flight only. It probably helped that I had status on the airline.
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