Any Release Date Of Society Season 2?
Production on The Society season two kicked off in 2019, with new episodes expected to air in 2020.
Cast Of Society Season 2
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), Gwen (Olivia Nikkanen) and Lexie (Grace Victoria Cox), and others.
We would also expect Chaske Spencer to once again feature as Mr Pfeiffer.
Chatting to Glamour about why the role of Allie appealed to her, Newton said: “It’s really rare to find characters that aren’t stereotypes for teenagers, and I feel like Chris Keyser had it all on the page.
“I thought that this character was going to be difficult for me to play. She’s very dark, and what she goes through is so difficult for me to even understand that I had to do a lot of research…I thought it would be fun to do something different. I had just done some comedy and Blockers, and I wanted to try and create this character and see if I can do it.”
Summary Plot Of Society Season 2
Showrunner Keyser chatted to Metro about his vision for the future of the series: “Ali brought in the question of what happens to your political position regardless of the other world, and whether people believed or didn’t believe that Ali and Casandra working were actually doing the right thing, or whether they were autocrats in their own right. But they didn’t take revenge on their enemies. Now we’re getting to the part where people are beginning to actually punish people who disagree with them and that’s a real risk.
“What will happen, we don’t know… I promise you that if this goes on long enough, these will not be the final answers to how power is exercised. It’s a fluid thing.”
For How Long The Series Will Continue For?
“We don’t have it all worked out, but we have lots of ideas of where we want to go. We’re on our own personal cliffhanger right now.” Keyser said.