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‘Them’ Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Cast, & More

‘Them’ Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Cast, & More

“Them,” the hit American horror drama anthology series, debuted on Amazon Prime Video on April 9, 2021. Get ready for a heart-stopping adventure when Season 2 of “Them” premieres shortly. Don’t miss out: Mark your calendar and set reminders so you can join in on all the frightening fun at its scheduled release times.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting the Season 2 release date, timing, cast, and other facts, and in this article, we will cover it all.

Overview of Them, Season 2

The second season of Them is undoubtedly the most anticipated television event of 2021! If you love fiction, then this news should excite you—the release date for “Them” is coming up soon. Before getting ready to watch it online, we strongly recommend that you read a few essential details about Season 2.

Them Season 2 Release Date

Despite the absence of an official announcement from the show’s creators, there are whisperings that it may be nearing its conclusion.

After the announcement of Season 2 of Them, it looks like we will soon know when they plan to release it. As per their schedule, this thrilling new season is estimated to air towards the end of summer 2024.

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Them Season 2 Plot

The story of the series follows a black family relocating to a majority-white community in 1950s Los Angeles, during the Great Migration of African Americans from 1910 through 1970. During this period, almost six million African Americans took part in this remarkable event.

Bravely confronting the racism that had become common in rural areas of the Southern United States, the Emory family—consisting of Lucky, her husband Henry, and their kids Gracie and Ruby—opted to seek solace from it by relocating during The Great Migration; they eventually settled down in 1953 in Compton, a predominately white neighbourhood situated within Los Angeles.

‘Them’ Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Cast, & More

After the traumatic happenings in North Carolina, a four-member African American family strived to restore their lives. After diligent searching and perseverance, they eventually found themselves an exquisite house where they could finally attain their ambitions.

Despite their hopes and dreams, they soon realize that upon arriving in the new area nothing has changed. To make matters worse, thousands of indigenous people follow them into this strange place where chaos awaits. Family members are dragged into a hazardous game by those around them with no way to escape its dangers.

As the family lived on a seemingly idyllic tree-lined street, their home began to transform from tranquil and peaceful into an unsafe landscape plagued by crime, with neighbours and paranormal entities posing danger and menacing them.

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Them Season 2 Cast

While an official announcement of Them Season 2 has yet to be unveiled, we can assume that the majority of characters will reprise their roles should a second instalment be released. Moreover, some well-known names may also feature in this upcoming season. Not only are recurring and side parts expected to make appearances, but there could potentially be even more fresh faces featured as well.

Let’s take a look at the cast of Them season 1.

  • Deborah Ayorinde as Livia “Lucky” Emory
  • Alison Pill as Elizabeth “Betty” Wendell
  • Melody Hurd as Gracie Emory
  • Ashley Thomas as Henry Emory
  • Shahadi Wright Joseph as Ruby Lee Emory
  • Ryan Kwanten as George Bell
  • Dale Dickey as The Woman
  • Liam McIntyre as Clarke Wendell
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How many episodes will there Be in Season 2?

The showrunner of Them has decided to project forward with at least ten episodes in the upcoming season, just like past seasons have experienced. This means that viewers may anticipate a minimum of ten episodes for this upcoming season.

Them Season 2 Rating 

Rest assured that the series is of good quality with an impressive IMDb score of 7.4/10 and a noteworthy average audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 59%. So, if you’re looking for something new to watch, this show may be just what you need.

About the author

Steven Ly

Steven Ly is the Startup Program and Events Manager at TheNextHint Inc. She recruits rockstar startups for all TC events including Disrupt, meetups, Sessions, and more both domestically and internationally. Previously, she helped produce Dreamforce with Salesforce and Next '17 with Google. Prior to that, she was on the advertising teams at both Facebook and AdRoll, helping support advertisers in North America and helped grow those brands globally. Outside of work, Steven enjoys Flywheel, tacos, the 49ers, and adventuring around the globe.

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