Netflix’s high school drama “the society” made all fans crying and wanting more for season 2. the season ended with revealing that the young teenagers who were stuck in another reality were back and leave us a question did they come back to the original dimension?
The society is an American thriller drama made by Christopher Keyser and debuted with the association of Netflix. It nearly had ten episodes and was popular during its streaming. Although many fans felt it was little too mainstream, the show is set to return and is announced by the cast that season 2 is going to be bigger and nail gripping.
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SEASON 2 RELEASE DATE:
The popularity of debut season motivated Netflix to revive the second season. Production on season 2 was started back in 2019, which was official on April 2., but because of the current pandemic situation, the work is halted, and we can expect the season to get postponed to late 2021.
CAST OF THE SOCIETY SEASON 2:
the society production decided on bringing the original cast back in season 2. we can expect:
- Allie (Kathryn Newton)
- Will (Jacques Colimon)
- Campbell (Toby Wallace)
- Becca (Gideon Adlon)
- Sam (Sean Berdy)
- Harry (Alex Fitzalan)
- Kelly (Kristine Froseth)
- Helena (Natasha Liu Bordizzo)
- Elle (Olivia DeJonge)
- Gordie (José Julián)
- Bean (Salena Qureshi)
- Luke (Alex MacNicoll)
- Grizz (Jack Mulhern)
- Clark (Spencer House)
- Jason (Emilio Garcia-Sanchez)
- Lexie (Grace Victoria Cox).
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN SEASON 2 – PLOT:
In the last season, Gordie and bean found out that the reality they are living in wasn’t their own but a parallel universe. At the end of the installment, they figure out a way to return home.
In the final scene, the teenagers return to their town to find a wall written on “we remember them” and all the names of teenagers inscribed on it.
In season 2, we can find the plot naturally developing, and we can expect teenagers to return to their homes and answering all the questions. The story also can track how teenagers found land to cultivate crops so that the people of their town can’t “starve to death.”