Who Will Make Their Debut in the Second Season of Yellowjackets?
Three new cast members have joined Yellowjackets, a popular thriller on Showtime, for Season 2. According to Variety, recurring roles have been added for Nicole Maines, François Arnaud, and Nia Sondaya.
In the show’s present-day timeline, Lisa is said to be a friend of Simone Kessell’s Lottie, who will be played by Maines (Supergirl). Paul, a “New York writer and Coach Scott’s (Steven Kreuger) secret boyfriend who reminds Coach Scott of what might have been,” will be played by Arnaud (Surface). While Keeya King (Van Helsing) from the first season is being replaced by Nia Sondaya (Truth Be Told) in the flashback timeline as Akilah.
The three performers are the most recent additions to the second season of the show, joining Kessell, Jason Ritter (Raising Dion), Lauren Ambrose (Servant), and Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings). In a season-long guest arc, Wood will portray Walter, as “a committed citizen detective.”
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The following actors are scheduled to make comebacks: Sophie Thatcher (The Book of Boba Fett), Tawny Cypress (House of Cards), Christina Ricci (Wednesday), Melanie Lynskey (Candy), Sophie Nélisse (47 Meters Down Uncaged), Ella Purnell (Sweetbitter).
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Yellowjackets, a television series by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, is about a high school soccer team who survives an aircraft accident only to wind up stuck in the woods. The series, which is divided into two eras, examines the extreme measures used by the teens in 1996 to stay alive as well as the effects those actions continue to have on them as adults today.
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Showtime’s first season was a critical and commercial success, ranking second among all streaming shows on the network. Seven Emmy nominations were also received, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series, and Outstanding Lead Actress for Melanie Lynskey’s Sophie performance.