We were ironic with The White Lotus. It made us feel scared. It delivered us, Jennifer Coolidge, into an ash box and Alexandra Daddario questioned every journalist.
While we have to say goodbye to the swinging palm palms. And the eerily yellow-colored sky of the renowned Hawaiian estate in The White Lotus. HBO revealed that there is only a small detour: for the second season, the social satire returns to a new location and with a new ensemble of VIPs.
Season 2 of The White Lotus will go by time, in return for a premise that remains unrecognized, from the drama of the Hawaiian murder mystery. But please be assured, the narrative will be followed by other fortunate visitors who visit a White Lotus home. Here’s what we know about the next thing.
What will The Season 2 of White Lotus be about?
The first season was followed by three groups of visitors who were simply trying to have a quiet holiday in Maui to go astray and end in unexpected death. As the second season will also be showcase Mike White. We can expect that he is going along a similar path perhaps not with murders, but who knows? And that his professional guests are being forced to investigate their moral deficiencies. It remains to be seen whether or not they really learn from them.
Francesca Orsi, EVP Programming at HBO, said the group in a statement following the Season 2 announcement: “Mike has once again delivered a major HBO program and it’s a talk of the city. We were thrilled to hear where he wanted to go next, after closing this epic chapter in Hawaii and can’t wait to keep following him wherever he takes us.”
Where will the shooting take place?
There is no official word that takes our negligent tourists next, but it seems that Hawaii will not be. White said TVLine “must be another hotel, like, say, the White Lotus, San Tropez or something.” And he suggested a probable site in France or Japan in an interview with Vanity Fair.
Cast: The White Lotus Season 2
It is probably a few months before we receive casting news, but fortunately, Hollywood A-listers are adored to replace affluent people. (All-Big Little Lies’ cast appears to be fitting) A request from us? Take Natasha Rothwell back to Belinda and give her what she deserves: a huge, thriving spa company. It’s about time.