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The sudden arrival of a science fiction drama not only surprised fans of the subgenre, but also left them wondering how this could have come to be.
The arrival of a science fiction drama stunned fans of the subgenre and left everyone wondering how this could have happened.
Perhaps I can help you fill in some of the blanks. If you want to know everything about Season 2 of La Brea, then read this post.
When Will NBC Release La Brea Season 2?
The superhit NBC series, which was extended shortly after the first season’s end, has kept viewers up late with their imaginations running wild with possible explanations for the sinkholes and the lives they threaten.
Now that I have a firm launch date, though, things are looking upbeat. Season 2 of La Brea will premiere on NBC on the date that I’m about to reveal.
On September 27 at 9 o’clock at night Eastern Time, the first episode of the series will air. David Applebaum, the show’s creator and showrunner, said in the announcement that the first season would focus on the value of family.
He then went on to say that the show would offer a solidly different framework around that, revealing a little more about what was to come.
La Brea Season 2 Crafty Teaser Revealed
Extra intrigue and drama are promised for the second season, which premieres on September 21 after an exclusive preview was posted by NBC. I guess it’s time to start clawing your way out of that rut!
First line of the teaser: “where the hell are we?” By having Josh and Riley lie in a grass field, the show’s writers are able to set the scene for the upcoming episodes.
Also in the teaser, Levi and Sam are seen at a cemetery, seemingly paying their respects to Veronica, the season one victim of the bear attack.
In case you’re unfamiliar, La Brea is a science fiction series that opens with a sinkhole. Yes, the drama is heavily reliant on the abyss at the center of the storyline.
Near the La Brea Pits and Museum, a major sinkhole suddenly develops in Los Angeles.
The pit opens up, dividing the city in two. Everything, including cars, houses, streets, and citizens, are swept away.