First Kill Season 2 Release Date: What Will Happen in First Kill Season 2?

Now that the vampire drama First Kill is finally available on Netflix, there is already a desire for season 2.

There has been a lot of anticipation for the Netflix series First Kill ever since it was announced that V. E. Schwab’s short tale will be turned into a television series. The supernatural drama follows the fictional story of two lesbian adolescent girls who fall in love, just like the novel does, but there’s a catch. Call (Imani Lewis) is a vampire hunter, while Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) is a vampire.

The first season of First Kill concludes on a dramatic cliffhanger, leaving fans begging for more. In light of that, here is all the information you require regarding First Kill season 2, including the premiere date, cast, spoilers, trailers, and more.

When is the First Kill Season 2 Release Date?

There is currently no information available regarding the release of First Kill season 2 because Netflix has not yet decided whether to renew the show. However, Netflix typically releases seasons of its shows once a year.


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In other words, First Kill season 2 might be available on all of our Netflix accounts by June 2023. Everything is based on how long production takes.

We anticipate that First Kill season 2 will consist of eight episodes, much as season 1.

Who Will Be in the First Kill Season 2 Cast?

Again, we won’t know the First Kill season 2 cast until the program is renewed, but we predict that all of our favorite characters who are still alive will return: Sarah Catherine Hook as Juliette, Imani Lewis as Cal, Elizabeth Mitchell as Margot, Aubin Wise as Talia, Jason Robert Moore as Jack, Elinor as Gracie Dzienny, Phillip Mullings Jr. as Theo, and Will Swenson as Juliette (Sebastian).

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Not to mention, we anticipate that a significant portion of the supporting cast will return for additional drama. There will probably be several additional cast members to add some variety.

What Will Happen in First Kill Season 2?

If First Kill is extended, the possibilities are limitless. Since Cal and Juliette split up at the end of season 1, it’s feasible that our favorite star-crossed couple will reconcile in season 2—or that they’ll find whole different love interests. Elinor is currently in police custody, but we anticipate that she won’t remain there for long before she escapes.


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Whatever transpires, it appears like lots of drama and romance are in store for the future.

First Kill Season 2 Crew: Who Are the Creatives Behind the Scenes?

The short story by V.E. Schwab, which initially appeared in the collection Vampires Never Get Old: Tales With Fresh Bite, should still serve as inspiration for the second season of First Kill.


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Along with the authors that created the first season, such as Bryce Ahart, Stephanie McFarlane, and Italome Ohikuare, Schwab may still contribute to the series as a writer.

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The First Kill season one filmmaker may be hired to helm additional episodes of the show. It’s possible to choose Eriq La Salle, Amanda Tapping, and Jet Wilkinson to continue directing in season two.

Where to Watch First Kill Season 2?

Netflix will have First Kill season two if it ever becomes available. Along with other original programs including Sweet Tooth, Bridgerton, and The Witcher, the streaming platform also offers access to the first season of First Kill.

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Many viewers of the new show are hoping that First Kill will get a second season. Even though a second season of the show hasn’t even been revealed yet, we’re keeping our fingers crossed and ready to pounce when it does.

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