Season 1 of the parenting sitcom Breeders aired in March 2020, created by and also starring Martin Freeman. We have good news for fans of the series as both FX and Sky One have given the green light for the production of Breeders Season 2.
The series has a steadfast approach to the comedy of portraying a couple Paul (Martin Freeman) and Ally (Daisy Haggard) as they face many frustrating challenges and struggles of parenting children. They are tasked with their full-time jobs while trying to tackle ageing parents as well as financial concerns, all while giving their best to make sure their two young children are raised properly.
So what can we expect from Season 2? Head down below to find out all the details! Pop Culture Times has collected all the relevant information about Breeders Season 2. Check it out!
Breeders Season 2: When Will it Air?
As mentioned above, the series received a renewal order on May 18 and the news of Season 2 has come after two months of its original premiere. From the air date of Season 1, fans may expect the next season to arrive by March 2021.
However, with the coronavirus pandemic in place, we might be looking at further delays. Since the productions are probably at a complete halt, we can expect the show to release somewhere around Mid-2021.
Breeders Season 2 Cast Details
The main cast will return for Season 2. That means Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard will once again be back to play husband and wife, Paul and Ally Worsley. The actors playing their onscreen children will also return George Wakeman (son-Luke) and Jayda Eyles (daughter-Ava).
Michael McKean will not be back as his character Michael, Ally’s father died. He may make appearances in flashbacks, but that is not confirmed.
Other cast members include Joanna Bacon (Jackie), Stella Gonet (Leah), Patrick Baladi (Darren), Alun Armstrong (Jim) and Tim Steed (Carl). We might also see a number of other cast members.
Breeders Season 2 Plot: What To Expect From The New Season?
Season 2 will pick up from where Season 1 left off, with Luke being in a coma for encephalitis treatment. Luke thankfully recovered and returned home, but this incident made Luke reflect on his parenting and promise to control his anger. Season 1 wraps up with Paul seeking therapy.
Breeders is influenced by real-life experiences of creators Freeman, Simon Blackwell and Addison. We know that Season 2 will mean more modern-day parenting struggles and we can’t wait!