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Locke And The Key Season 2: Release Date, Cast, and Plot – Everything we know so far!

Locke And The Key Season 2

It’s been a while since the first season of Locke, And The Key aired, and we can’t wait for Season 2! We’re going to do our best to keep you informed on everything that has happened so far. Keep reading if you want to know when it will be released, what the plot is about, and who will star in it – all the information we have so far!

Locke and Key Season 2 Renewal Status: Cancelled or Renewed?

The first season only aired in October 2018, so this is the reason why Locke and Key Season two has not been renewed yet. Unlike other TV shows that air their seasons regularly, Locke And The Key were more of an event series – it came out once every year or less! It’s possible they won’t renew it because there are fewer opportunities to promote the show than with weekly episodes. We’ll just have to wait for confirmation from Netflix!

Locke and Key Season 2 Release Date:

Locke & Key season 2 is heading to Netflix in October 2021. Here’s an updated guide to everything we know about the future of Locke & Key, including news for both seasons 2 & 3 and what to expect from the story going forward.

The second season was originally expected to begin filming on August 17th, 2020, and end on February 5th, 2021. Of course, COVID continues to disrupt filming schedules, as was the case with Locke & Key.

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Locke and Key season 2 is not coming to Netflix in June 2021

Source: Netflix Life.com

Genre and Theme for the show:

Locke & Key is a horror-fantasy series that is based on the bestselling graphic novel by Joe Hill (Stephen King’s son) and Gabriel Rodriguez but set in the modern-day rather than 100 years ago as it was originally intended. In the first season of Locke & Key Season One, we follow three siblings who just lost their father figure Henry Bowers after he dies from cancer.

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They are moving into his home with him to try and find peace following this tragedy; however, they soon discover that there’s more going on at their new house than meets the eye when they come across some magical keys which give them special abilities such as telekinesis or mind control for example. They have to use these abilities and their wits against the evil forces that are trying to destroy them for good!

Themes: Friendship, family, love, loss of a loved one, magic vs. technology.

Locke And The Key Season One is about three siblings who live in a house with magical keys which give them special powers such as telekinesis or mind control, but they must use these skills and all of their wit to combat the force out there looking for revenge on them.

Cast (First and Second Seasons):

Frances O’Connor will be playing Nina Locke; Owen Teague plays Tyler Locke; Jack Mulhern portrays Kinsey Locke; Megan Charpentier as Sophie Bowers; Danny Glover as Judson Valentine/George Chamberlain the Keymaster who teaches them how to use their abilities while they try to find out what happened when he disappeared. Cast for upcoming Season Two TBA.

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Plot for Locke and Key Season 2:

A family moves into a house where magic keys make them do terrible things when taken outside its doors. As soon as they cross over onto the property line, bad stuff starts happening like super-strength or mind control. They must fight against these forces if they want to keep their sanity and survive.

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The Locke family moves into their new house, where the magical keys have a terrible effect. They must fight against these forces if they want to keep their sanity and survive.

Additional Information:

Season One takes place over one day (April 30th), while season two will take place over three days in June.

The series is an adaptation of Joe Hill’s graphic novel trilogy Locke & Key.

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It was written by CEO of Circle Of Confusion Josh Friedman, who has also worked on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, WarGames, and Avatar: The Last Airbender; co-executive produced by Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse as well as Lindsey Springer from Z Nation and Amblin Entertainment’s Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey.

Josh Friedman said, “This really was a no-brainer for us because we had never done anything in this space before, but it just felt right to do something that’s expansive and emotional and suspenseful like this show is.”

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