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Locke And Key Season 2: Is It Coming To Netflix, What Happened In The First Season?

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Locke and Key is a horror-thriller series based on a comic book of the same name. The show was created by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez and followed the Locke family, who is terrorized in their home by supernatural forces. Season 1 consists of a total of six episodes, with four being available for Netflix streaming. If you want to know what happened in season one or when season two will be released, keep reading!

Locke & Key Season 2 Netflix Renewal Status

Officially renewed as of March 30th, 2020

On March 30th, 2020, it was confirmed that Locke & Key would be returning for a second season. The renewal promised more keys and demons and, perhaps most importantly, more aloha!

Locke & Key Season One Recap:

In the first season, three siblings start to come into their powers when they move with their mother and father to an old family home in Massachusetts. The Locke children discover that if you unlock one of these magical keys from its captivating puzzle-box, great power is bestowed upon them. But sometimes, those powers are either too much or not enough for even the most well-intentioned person – which can lead to some very unfortunate consequences…

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The series revolves around three kids who have just moved to Lovecraft after witnessing a violent crime committed by someone seemingly possessed by supernatural forces—turns out, he’s trying desperately to protect his own daughter! These events set about a chain reaction of terror as the next-door neighbors come to realize that the only way they can protect themselves and their children from a dark, hungry force is if they stay together.

Who is casting in season 2?

Featured cast members for the second season include Frances O’Connor (The Missing, The Conjuring) as Nina Locke; Jack Mulhern (First Man, Glee) as Tyler Locke; Jackson Robert Scott (It Chapter Two) as Bode Locke.

Season two will also be introducing new characters played by Brandon Jay McLaren (Van Helsing), Sheila McCarthy (), and Angus Sampson ().

Who is directing in Season of episode one?

Sean Jablonski ([[Brothers & Sisters]], [[Big Little Lies]]). He has been an executive producer on several series such as 13 Reasons Why and Stranger Things. With a background in film production, he has directed episodes for shows like Big Love, Lost Girl, and Fringe.

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How many episodes are there?

There will be six episodes in Season Two, with each episode running approximately 45 minutes long for a total run time of 270 minutes, but this is not confirmed.

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Source: Variety.com

The synopsis says that new characters will be introduced. Who are they?

Brandon Jay McLaren (Van Helsing), Sheila McCarthy (), and Angus Sampson (). A few more cast has been announced, such as Annie Corley (), who was seen on The Handmaid’s Tale, Harry Potter, And The Philosopher’s Stone) have signed up to join the series, too, although it isn’t clear what their roles would entail. With this added information, we can assume these three actors could play some form of an authority figure or just other adult family members living.

conclusion:

I am excited to see what happens next for Nina Locke and her son Tyler, as well as Bode. The director of episode one is an interesting choice – Sean Jablonski seems like he will do a great job with directing these new characters that are introduced in Season two. It also sounds like there will be some other great directors coming on board too! Ten episodes should give us plenty of time to get exposed to all of the new storylines so we can find out more about each character’s background story if they choose not to share it themselves or keep things secret from others!

Locke and Key season 3?

Yep. The future of Locke & Key is secure, with a third season already ordered and production underway as 2021. We have heard rumors of a fourth season, but it’s possibly a little too early for that. We’re also thrilled that The Sandman is coming to Netflix, which could leave the door wide open to a special one-off series/movie based on the comic.

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