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The Society Season 2: Potential Plot Details Explained In Detail

Here’s everything we know!

In the last month of the season, Season 1 was a staple on Netflix. Society is a play that tells the story of a group of teenagers who find their city in an unimaginable situation. Many people have compared this web series as a contemporary version of the dystopian novel, Lord of the Flies. Season 1 premiered on May 10 and the year was an instant hit. Additionally, he received mostly favorable reviews from critics for his plot.

Season 1 was dropped on the streaming service in May 2019, and viewers didn’t get enough of the plot twists, characters, and absolutely mind-blowing ending.

After 10 incredibly stressful episodes and a hellish Cliffhanger, the first season left us with a lot of unanswered questions and some unfinished storylines that might be more sinful than we thought, like who actually shot in episode 3.

But when part of the mystery is solved, there is another big question to answer: will the youth of the city ever find their home or be trapped there forever?

Society Season 2: Release Date

The Society’s season production stopped twice in 2019, and on April 2 it was announced that we could expect it by “late 2023,” which is not the news that many of us wanted to know about it while spending too much time at home.

Society Season 2: Cast

  • 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)

Olivia Nikken, who plays Gwen, has also been regularly portrayed in a series, so she hopes to see much more of her in the second chapter.

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