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The Society Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer And Fan Theory You Should Know?


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Production on The Society Season 2 kicked off in 2019. With new episodes expected to air in 2020.

Season 1 was released last May, but it remains to be seen whether the upcoming installment will follow the same pattern.

Where is The Society Season 2 trailer?

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Trailers usually land in the month leading up to the premiere, so once we know that, we’ll have a better idea.

Who is in The Society Season 2 cast?

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The majority of the key players were alive and kicking when the first chapter wrapped up, which means we would expect the following to all make a comeback: 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 can also expect Chaske Spencer to once again return as Mr. Pfeiffer.

What is The Society Season 2 plot?

In the first season, we found out, thanks to Gordie and Bean’s research, that the reality they were living in wasn’t their own but a parallel universe.

There was a plaque on the wall which read, “We remember them.” And all of the names of the missing teenagers were inscribed upon it. But it’s not clear if they figured out what had happened to their children or what steps they were taking to get to the bottom of it.

In season 2, the key narrative strand will naturally develop.

The expedition led by Grizz went off in search of the land where they could grow food, was a success. They managed to find an area where they could cultivate crops and, in Grizz’s words, “survive in this place.” They also discovered some turkeys and fishing could be a possibility, which means that when the food in the local stores eventually runs out. There’s a chance that they won’t starve to death.

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