Behind Her Eyes is a Netflix original series that deals with the aftermath of an abusive relationship. It’s told from both perspectives, and it gives you insight into what happened in the past as well as how things are now. Season 1 was released on November 3rd, 2016, and had viewers hooked right away. The show has been renewed for another season which will be released sometime later this year! In this blog post, we’ll give you all the details about Behind Her Eyes before Season 2 releases, so you don’t miss out on anything important!
About the “Behind Her Eyes” !
The first season of Beyond Her Eyes follows a woman suffering from PTSD who experiences some memories that she can’t explain and her boyfriend doesn’t remember happening at all. It’s told from both perspectives, so you’ll get to see what happened before as well as how everything plays out now.
Who is starting in the new season?
Just like Season One, the second season will be told from both perspectives. The new cast includes Ben Barnes as Luke and Kate Hudson playing Sam’s older sister Beth who has a huge hand in trying to help her recover from PTSD.
The release date of Behind Her Eyes season 2!
It should be noted that Netflix hasn’t announced whether it’s going to renew Behind Her Eyes for another season, and this speculation is all based on the popularity of the series. At the end of February, it was the No. 2 most popular title on Netflix in the United States and the most popular series, according to The Numbers. If and when Netflix orders a second season, it’s unclear when it might be available because the world has been so upended lately. Season 1 took four months to film (via What’s on Netflix), shooting from June 2019 to October 2019, and the show premiered 16 months later, in February 2021. If the same timeline holds up, that will put a season 2 premiere sometime in late 2022.
Keep in mind; the four-month production period was pre-COVID-19; given how much the pandemic affected productions in the film and TV industry, season 1’s production schedule may not be much of a guideline for what to expect.
What is the plot of season 2?
Season two picks up three months after the events of season one. The first episode sets up a new mystery while also revisiting elements and characters from last year’s story. When Beckett (Alexandra Daddario) wakes in an empty hospital with no memory, she quickly realizes something is wrong. But as soon as she can escape, her past catches up to her – and what it reveals will change everything for everyone involved. What would you do if you could never remember?
The show has been renewed by Netflix, but there aren’t any details about when Season Two might be released or how many episodes will air yet because production hasn’t started on the next installment just yet. It may take up to two years before we see Season Two on our screens.
season 2 will be continued or not!
Emma, the actress who plays Beckett in season one and will continue her role for season two, has been working hard this year. She stars as Athena Aquitane in Baywatch alongside Zac Efron, which is due out next month (2017). The film was shot in Hawaii last summer during a break from filming behind her eyes – so she’s had plenty of time to prepare for the second series!
what can we expect from season 2?
That’s a very good question, and with just the one book out there, we can only be purely speculative.
David now thinks that he’s married to Louise, but we know that Louise is dead, just like Adele.
“They wanted a happier ending,” Pinborough told The Washington Post. “I think they wanted Louise to survive. You know, I get that. But yeah, that wasn’t going to happen.”
But at least the cat didn’t die in the series, unlike in the book – it was killed by Rob (as Adele): “I’m very glad they didn’t kill the cat because when I was watching it the first time, and we got to the cat, I was like, ‘Oh my God, oh my God — writing it is one thing, but I don’t want to watch the dead cat.’
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