Hollywood Season 2: The newest Netflix series, Hollywood, is produced by renowned TV producer Ryan Murphy and follows a group of up-and-coming performers who are attempting to break into the industry. Hollywood Season 2’s release date, cast, storyline, trailer, and other information is updated here.
Hollywood was originally intended to be a one-off with no sequels or additional seasons. However, due to its phenomenal success, there have been speculations about a second season. Here is what we currently know!
Regarding the upcoming installment, no announcement has yet been made. However, Ryan Murphy has indicated a desire to continue the show.
In response to a fan’s inquiry on Instagram about this, Murphy stated that the show was originally created as a limited series. But it’s gotten so well-liked, he said, that everyone is clamoring for another season. Who knows, then? But I must say, I adore this cast.
Thus, there is yet some chance! Keep checking back for the most recent show updates!
WHO TO ATTEND THE CAST? Given how much Murphy enjoyed working with them, viewers may anticipate seeing many of the former cast members return if the show is renewed for a second season.
The trio of Hollywood hustlers, David Corenswet, Jeremy Pope, and Darren Criss, may make a comeback. Fans can also anticipate Patty LuPone and Laura Harrier, who began their paths to Oscar success during the first season’s finale.
Samara Weaving, Dylan McDermott, and Holland Taylor are further expected additions.
PLOT OF HOLLYWOOD SEASON 2 In Murphy’s fictional 1940s Hollywood, things are much more advanced than they were in reality. Will it, however, stay that way?
More content advocating for resistance to patriarchy, prejudice towards women, POC, and the LGBTQ community may be included in a second installment.
Additionally, it could explore the negative aspects of celebrity. Although Ramond, Camille, Jack, and Archie have put a lot of effort into their accomplishment, history has taught us just how harmful glory can be.
Murphy and his co-creator Ian Brennan are aiming to further reinterpret the real history of Hollywood to fit the new, more accepting landscape they’ve imagined in order to continue the story of Hollywood.
Hollywood was originally intended to be a limited series, so we don’t even know if Murphy and Brennan, the show’s creators, had anything planned for the plot that long in advance.
The actors Jeremy Pope, Dylan McDermott, Jim Parson, and Holland Taylor all garnered nominations for their respective limited series or movie categories at the 2020 Emmys, further ensuring that it is a limited series.
Let’s hope for the best for both the audience and the show.
Stay at home and be careful until then.