Fire Country Season 2: Speculated release date, cast, plot and everything to know
We are entirely focused on Fire Country’s second season. All the information we are aware of is listed below, along with a potential release date.
Given how the first season ended, Fire Country Season 2 must already have aired. The summer season has begun, which is a drawback. The broadcast programs require a break as the linear ratings inevitably decrease. People want to take advantage of the good weather.
Here are all the details that we know about the upcoming season of Fire Country.
Fire Country Season 2: Cast
As of now, we do not have the exact information regarding the official cast list of the upcoming season. Moreover, we think it is safe to speculate that most of the main characters and series regulars of the show are likely to return for another season. Considering the same, check out the potential cast of the season 2 below:
- Max Thieriot as Bode Donovan
- Kevin Alejandro as Manny Perez
- Jordan Calloway as Jake Crawford
- Stephanie Arcila as Gabriela Perez
- Jules Latimer as Eve Edwards
- Diane Farr as Sharon Leone
- Billy Burke as Vince Leone
Furthermore, it is possible that there could be an addition to the above mentioned cast of the series.
Fire Country Season 2: Plot
Concerning the plot of the second season, there is no official announcement. After all, there are no jobs for authors! We may think about how the first season ended to get an idea.
The big storyline twist was Bode going back to jail. Bode realized that he was preventing Freddy from being released after being found innocent and took the decision to give up his freedom in return for Freddy’s. But there was a strange feeling. Why should Bode’s conduct have any bearing on Freddy’s release?
Fire Country Season 2: Release Date
Over the summer, CBS won’t be airing the second season. The CBS autumn schedule suggests that it will continue to run on Fridays at 9 p.m. It is planned to be a fall program. This may alter, though, if the writers’ strike continues and, in particular, if SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP are unable to come to an agreement by June 30, which would unavoidably result in an actors’ strike.