Netflix will not be releasing The Watcher season 2 in January 2023. The international success of the Ryan Murphy smash hit thriller series, which debuted on Netflix in early October, led to a swift renewal by the streaming behemoth.
The show, inspired by actual events and a 2018 New York Post article, follows a typical family who, after settling into their dream home, soon finds themselves living in a nightmare when letters from a shadowy “monitor” start to appear.
While fans of the mystery thriller starring Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale can anticipate a second season, if you were expecting a January debut, you’ll be saddened to learn that it won’t be hitting our screens at any time in the month.
The Watcher Season 2 Release Date: When is the Watcher Coming Back for Season 2?
The unsettling suburbia thriller The Watcher was swiftly picked up by Netflix for a second season after its October release. Unfortunately, Netflix has not yet announced a precise release date for The Watcher season 2. But perhaps we can venture a guess…
Following the record-breaking success of DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, Ryan Murphy & Ian Brennan will create two more installments that will focus on other monstrous figures who have impacted society.
A second season of The Watcher has also been greenlit! pic.twitter.com/NmFdj6soJj
— Netflix (@netflix) November 7, 2022
When publishing sequels, the streaming juggernaut frequently takes its time. Netflix often waits around a year before releasing new seasons of its shows, so the earliest we’ll likely see a second season of the show is in October 2023. However, we might be off. You’ll have to wait for more information directly from Netflix.
Who is in the Cast of the Watcher Season 2?
The Watcher season 2 cast will include:
- Naomi Watts as Nora Brannock
- Richard Kind as Mitch
- Mia Farrow as Pearl Winslow
- Terry Kinney as Jasper Winslow
- Bobby Cannavale as Dean Brannock
- Isabel Gravitt as Ellie Brannock
- Luke David Blumm as Carter Brannock
- Jennifer Coolidge as Karen Calhoun
- Margo Martindale as Maureen/Mo
The ensemble cast, which includes Joe Mantello (John Graff), Terry Kinley (Jasper), Mia Farrow (Pearl), Margo Martindale (Maureen), Jennifer Coolidge (Karen), and Christopher MacDonald (Detective Chamberland), is also set to return.
View this post on Instagram
It’s unlikely that Theodora and Mitch, played by Noma Dumezweni and Richard Kind, will be playing the same characters in the sequel.
READ MORE: Sentai Daishikkaku Anime Release Date, Story, and Streaming Platform Revealed
Any of the cast members could return as new characters if the program is turned into an anthology series.
What Will the Watcher Season 2 Be About?
Like the real-life family, the Brannocks sold their recently remodeled home at 657 Boulevard after season 1 after being forcibly evicted by the terrifying stalker.
View this post on Instagram
The season’s frightening conclusion, in which Karen (Jennifer Coolidge), the Brannocks’ realtor who sold them the expansive property, fled screaming after coming into contact with “The Watcher” herself, led many to assume season 2 will continue following the same people from season 1.
READ MORE: NieR: Automata Ver1.1a Anime Postponed: Officially Announced on Twitter!
But since the real family’s story ended there, season 2 might be a fictitious continuation of the intriguing case. More information ought to be made public, ideally, so that fans would know what to anticipate in 2019.
How Can I Watch and Stream the Watcher?
You can watch The Watcher season 1 online or on the Netflix app while you wait for season 2 to be out. Not yet registered? For $9.99 a month, you can subscribe to watch without ads.
READ MORE: Abbott Elementary Season 2 Release Date: Who is in the Cast Members?
If you choose a less expensive option, you can pay $6.99 monthly for access with mixed advertisements.
Is Watcher a Fictionalized Account or a Factual Account?
The Watcher was influenced by the incidents described in Reeves Wiedeman’s 2018 New York Magazine/The Cut story. It chronicles the real-life experiences of Derek and Maria Broaddus, a married couple who in 2014 purchased 657 Boulevard, a large home in the picturesque New Jersey neighborhood of Westfield.
Comments are closed.