Breeders Season 2: Breeders is an American-British parental comedy television series created by Martin Freeman, Chris Addison, and Simon Blackwell. The series follows two parents who struggle with parenthood and is partially based on Freeman’s own experience as a parent. Freeman also plays the lead role in the series. The series was premiered on March 2, 2020, on American Cable Network FX, and on the British Network on March 12, 2020. It is similar to a drama series ‘Taboo’.
Breeders Season 2: Release Date
The series was renewed for a season 2 in May 2020. It was announced 3 weeks after the first season was premiered. “Breeders has really resonated with viewers, who’ve come to appreciate its honest and humorous take on the challenges of modern parenting.”, said Freeman in an interview. This is great news for the fans as season 2 has been given a green light by the production house. Yet, the release date has not been confirmed yet. We still can expect Season 2 by March 2021. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic we may expect the next season at a later date.
Breeders Season 2: Cast
The entire main cast is expected to return in Season 2. Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard will return as the iconic couple like Paul and Ally Worsley. George Wakeman as Luke, Jayda Eyles as Ava. Unfortunately, Michael McKean is unlikely after his character Ally’s father died.
The show revolves around parents who have been trying hard to hold their relationship and readily face the hindrances of parenthood thrown at them while managing their careers.
Breeders: Expected Plot
Breeders are based on real-life experiences from the life of creators Freeman, Addison, and Blackwell. Season 2 will pick up from the end of the last episode where Luke was put into a coma. Paul resolves his anger issues while Luke’s treatment ties the knot of the family together.
Is there a trailer for Breeders Season 2?
Unfortunately, there’s no trailer yet. The series was announced in May. So it is a bit early to expect a trailer yet. However, we may expect a teaser prior to the premiere in 2021.
In the meanwhile watch Breeders on Hulu and NowTv if you haven’t yet.