Hunters Season 2 – Release Date, Cast and Much More: When Can You Expect the Season 2?

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The 1970s thrilling drama series, Hunters, created by David Weil, is set to rock the screen once again with its second season.

Hunters is one of the most viewed series on the streaming Goliath, Amazon Prime. The show revolves around the thrilling adventures of a group of Nazi hunters in New York City, with the backdrop of the 1970s. The show landed on Amazon Prime in February 2020 and garnered a lot of positive reviews for its mind-boggling screenplay and intense storyline.

The action sequence and the performance of the cast were worth praise. The show received extraordinary support from the audience. However, for more than a year, the creators maintained absolute silence after the first installment. But it seems the wait is worth it for the fans, as the Hunters is back with one more impactful season, and here is some exciting news.

Hunters Season 2

Hunters Season 2 Release Date

The first season aired on February 21, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video, which brought 10 episodes loaded with thrill and conspiracy. The climax of the last season depicting the death of some major characters ignited the hype for the sequel among the fans. And after almost a year, the second season is here.

Amazon has finally renewed the show for season 2. Although there is no official information about the exact release date of season 2, the fans can expect the show to land anytime in 2021. However, the present covid-19 situations may push back the shooting schedule of Hunters Season 2.

Hunters Season 2 Cast – Who will be in it?

Season 2 is expected to bring a couple of new faces, which are yet to be revealed by the makers. However, same as in season 1, Logan Lerman will play Jonah Heidelbaum in season 2. Al Pacino will play Meyer Offerman, Lena Olin will play The Colonel, and there would be more famous faces from season 1.

For more details about your favorite shows, stay tuned.

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