We have amazing news for Hunters fans. Recently, the show got renewed for a second season at Amazon. Check out this article to find details about the upcoming cast, and more.
Hunters Season 2 Renewed: Who will return?
The streaming giant has announced the renewal of the Hunters series. Al Pacino, Logan Lerman, and Jerrika Hinton stared in the debut season of the show. The first season also included other actors such as Josh Radnor, Tiffany Boone, Kate Mulvany, Greg Austin, Carol Kane, Louis Ozawa, Saul Rubinek, Lena Olin, and Dylan Baker. Check the official announcement of Hunters season 2 on Twitter below.
— Warner Loughlin Studios (@WarnerLoughlin) August 6, 2020
We are not sure if the trio will return as Nazi hunters in the upcoming season. Even David Weil (showrunner) has not revealed the list of the cast yet. In February during the Hunters premiere, David Weil said to The Hollywood Reporter’s TV’s Top 5 podcast that there is an exciting opportunity for the trio in the new season.
He sees more stories for these characters and would be happy to bring them back and get to work with them in season 2. Weil also said that he is grateful to Jennifer and the Amazon family for supporting Hunters. Along with the magnificent cast, brilliant writers, incredible crew, and producers, he is eager to share the next part of the show with the world.
Even Jennifer Salke said that David Weil had a fearless imagination and bold vision, which powered a twisty and action-packed debut season.
She further added that they are thrilled to know that Jordan, David, and the Hunters series will return with them for more seasons. So fans can rest assured because all the cast of the show will be coming back in the next season. But still, they will have to wait for the streamer to confirm the cast.
Hunters reviews from fans and critics
The first season released on February 21, 2020. The show received both good and bad reviews from all over the globe. Some praised it for messages, premise, performances, and action sequences, and some criticized it for inconsistent tone, story-telling, historical inaccuracies, conclusion, and pacing. It has a 64 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and scored 55 out of 100 on Metacritic.
It is too early for the show to reveal the plot, additional casts, and launch date of the upcoming season. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the production might also take time.
So come back soon to find new updates about the show.
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