When La Brea premiered its first season in September 2021, it achieved something miraculous: it attracted a big audience in a way that few new series can today.
The pilot episode of the new science fiction drama, which follows a group of people who survive a massive sinkhole event in Los Angeles and are forced to band together in order to figure out how to survive in their own prehistoric world, attracted an audience of 19.8 million viewers by mid-November, making it the most watched program of the season thus far among the 18-49 demographic.
Fans of the mystery-filled series which stars Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, and Chicago P.D. vet Jon Seda, among many others, may rest assured that NBC quickly renewed the show after those figures came in, giving them something to look forward to after the show’s startling finale.
After the events of Season 1, we were left with many pressing concerns that must be addressed in Season 2 of La Brea. Fortunately, we know a few things about La Brea Season 2 that you should know if your curiosity about the new season is as big as a sinkhole.
When Is La Brea Season 2 Premiering?
Considering that the premiere of Season 1 occurred on September 28, 2021, the news that Season 2 will premiere on September 27, 2022, is entirely in keeping with expectations.
Peacock will host online streaming of episodes from the show’s upcoming second season, which will air on NBC. Season 1 was released late in the UK in August, so fans will have to wait until next year for Season 2 to start. However, Paramount+ subscribers in the UK can watch the first season.
Who’s in The Cast of The New Season?
Season 1 of La Brea saw viewers grow attached to a previously unknown primary cast, so it’s important to remind viewers of who will be returning for Season 2. As was previously noted, Jack Martin, Eoin Macken, and Zyra Gorecki return, this time accompanied by another member of the Harris family, Eve (Natalie Zea). Chiké Okonkwo (Being Mary Jane) has returned as Ty Coleman, Veronica St. Clair (Unbelievable) as Riley Velez, Rohan Mirchandaney (Hotel Mumbai) as Scott Israni, and Lily Santiago (Screwed) as Veronica Castillo.
Fans are optimistic about Season 2 because of the ensemble cast, notably Natalie Zea, who garnered a lot of accolades for their performances in Season 1. Jonno Roberts (Wrecked), who plays James, a scientist, and businessman, is the only newcomer to the cast. With this ensemble and the creative direction of David Applebaum The Mentalist, NCIS: New Orlean, season two promises to be a lot of laughs.
What Is the Plot of La Brea Season 2?
After Season 1 concluded, viewers had many questions that they hoped would be addressed in the upcoming Season 2. Although specific plot points won’t be divulged until the next season premieres, we do know where some of the Harris family members are.
Mistaking a portal for a time machine, Josh (Jack Martin) finds himself in 1988, while Gavin (Eoin Macken) and Izzy (Zyra Gorecki) are living in prehistoric Seattle.
This sets up a lot of questions about how the family will reunite, and it also promises a variety of locations for Season 2, which could provide for some stunning camerawork and CGI.
Is there a La Brea Season 2 trailer yet?
This 15-second teaser was posted to NBC’s YouTube channel on June 30, 2022, and it provides viewers with a taste of what to expect from the upcoming season of the show.
The trailer provides us with a taste of the scale to be expected in Season 2 by showcasing a variety of locations and major set pieces.
The teaser suggests high-octane action that many critics of the first season said was missing, creating an atmosphere that is both mysterious and menacing.
While the 15-second clip was intriguing, it didn’t reveal much, and fans will have to wait a while longer for Season 2.
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