It resembles the secret of “Who the heck were those people who kidnapped Natalie?” on Yellowjackets will be solved within the calendar year.
A Showtime executive recently let Vulture know that the survival drama – which was renewed for Season 2 in December – probable would return before 2023.
“We are working towards a premiere at the end of 2022,” Showtime Networks president of entertainment Gary Levine said, adding that the series ideally would stay on an “annual cycle. I think our audiences deserve that, and I also think that when you have a show that has this kind of a momentum, you don’t want to let it dissolve.”
The drama about a secondary school girls’ soccer team associated with a plane accident during the 1990s has been one of social media’s hottest topics since late December, thanks to a limited extent to its stacked cast (including Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci and Tawny Cypress) and its suck-you-in central mystery. The Season 1 finale, which broadcasted Sunday, uncovered how team captain Jackie, played by Ella Purnell, died,
Levine additionally pondered that, given its character dynamics, Yellowjackets may work out in a good way past Season 2. “This is not reliant upon, ‘What’s the answer to the secret?,” he said. “This has many secrets, many surprises, and a real human dimension that has longevity built into it.”