The first season of The Big Leap aired from 20 September to 6 December 2021, thanks to Disney+ and Hulu. Knowing that the debut chapter has already ended in the US, it is automatic to wonder if new episodes will follow.
To date, unfortunately, Fox, the network that broadcasts the show in America, has not yet officially expressed its intentions about The Big Leap. Consequently, we cannot tell you if there will be a season 2.
Without a doubt, there would still be many stories to tell should the renewal take place, given the choral nature of these TV series. Fans will surely be curious to follow the protagonists’ lives again, after the first season’s finale, despite everything, it was pretty positive. On Deadline, creator Liz Heldens said about the future:
We are very confident about season 2. The show is doing well on Hulu, the cast is spectacular, it has been well received, and the people who have seen it love it.
The Big Leap Season 2: When Will It Release?
At the moment, it is too early to know when The Big Leap 2 season is released since, as you have read, we do not yet know if there will be a new chapter. Since we are talking about a series in the US that airs on one of the five main networks, we know that the release periods are mainly two: in the early autumn or the mid-season. As soon as Fox comments on the future of the TV series, we will update you.
The Big Leap Season 2: Who’s In The Cast?
In the cast of a possible season 2 of The Big Leap, we should find all the main actors known during the first eleven episodes. Scott Foley, Teri Polo, and Piper Perabo would bring back Nick Smart, Julia Torrence, and Paula Dirks, respectively. They should then add the following actors and characters :
- Ser’Darius Blain as Reggie Sadler
- Jon Rudnitsky as Mike Devries
- Simone Rescasner as Gabby Taylor
- Raymond Cham Jr. as Justin Reyes
- Kevin Daniels as Wayne Sleep
- Mallory Jansen as Monica Sullivan
- Anne Grace Burlow as Brittney Lovewell
The TV series The Big Leap is a production of 20th Century Fox Television and Fox Entertainment, Liz Heldens, also a writer, Sue Naegle, Peter Dale and Jason Winer acting as executive producers.