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Raising Dion Season 2: When Is It Going To Be Premiered?

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Yes, it’s true. There is going to be a season 2 of Raising Dion! But when will the second season start? We don’t know yet. What we do know is that there are many questions about what will happen in Raising Dion Season 2. Will this new season take place after or before the first one? Will there be more family members introduced? And who will play them? Here’s everything you need to know:

Raising Dion Season 2 Renewal and Release Details:

Netflix announced that it is bringing back the Raising Dion series for a second season. This news makes it Netflix’s first post-2020 renewal announcement.

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The production delays have caused the second season of Raising Dion to be delayed until 2021, but if not, then 2022.

Raising Dion Season 2 Cast Details:

In late February 2021, Netflix revealed four new faces that would be appearing in Season 2 of Raising Dion. They include:

  • Rome Flynn as Tevin Wakefield
  • Aubriana Davis as Janelle Carr
  • Tracey Bonne as Simone Carr
  • Josh Ventura as David Marsh
  • Michael Anthony as Garry Stafford.
  • Scott Daniel Johnson as Joe.

Raising Dion Season 2 Plot Synopsis:

Despite the cliffhanger ending, that’s all we can say about Season 2. We won’t spoil anything here, but you better not either! The cliffhanger left viewers uncertain of Dion’s enemy; we also know that he has to find a way to bring his dad home for good.

Dion (the young man) still has a lot to learn in regard to his powers. In order for him to become a hero, he will inevitably face challenges on the way there. It would be fun to watch both the character and actor mature if the show ran for four seasons.


Elsewhere, answers include whether Nicole will find love after some incremental developments in the final show. A digital media website has theorized that we may meet other gifted children, in addition to Charlotte, Pat, and Mark.

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