All of us are very well aware of the concept of toxicity in relationships and bad breakups, maybe through some bad experiences or some Netflix binge-watch. Be it an ex who starts and feeds rumor mills after a breakup, the social pest whose Instagram is less for socializing and more for your relationship drama, or the time bombs which are volatile and explosive and can be willing to destroy themselves in an effort to destroy you, the world has its good share of toxic people.
Then comes ‘The stalker’ kind, one of the most insidious people we can land ourselves with. These people will go above and beyond to keep tabs on you and what you’re doing at every stage of your life and can be extremely possessive, obsessive, and jealous. And that is how our tech billionaire Mr. Byron Gogol from the HBO Max series, Made for Love, is.
Based on the novel Made For Love by Alissa Nutting, the series revolves around concepts like marriage, commitment, boundaries, and technology in a comical yet dark manner. Season 1 of the series premiered on HBO Max on April 1, 2021, and was renewed for a second season soon after.
So, here’s everything we know about Made for Love Season 2:
Made for Love Season 2 Release Date
Made for Love Season 2 will release on April 28, 2022, on HBO Max. Two episodes will be released on the said date, and after that, two new episodes will be released on a weekly basis until the finale on May 19, 2022.
Byron doesn't want you to remember. Catch up for Hazel. pic.twitter.com/9yy8hCl982
— HBO Max (@hbomax) April 18, 2022
Made for Love Season 2 Trailer
The new trailer for Made for Love Season 2 is out, and it looks as crazy as it can get. The story is picked up from right where we left it at the end of season one, and Hazel is back at The Hub for twelve more weeks till Gogol is getting her father treated for cancer. For twelve weeks, Hazel accompanied her husband everywhere, and we can see her defending him in the court of law as well. However, things aren’t going to be as simple.
The Hub is being infiltrated by the FBI as they are closing in on Gogol based on grave charges such as insurance fraud, labor conspiracy, and false imprisonment. Now the question is, where does Hazel stand in this scenario, and how will she free herself from her abusive husband, both physically and psychologically. Tune in on April 28 to find the answers.
Made for Love Season 2 Plot
Made for Love revolves around a couple, Hazel Green and her tech billionaire husband, Byron Gogol. Initially, everything felt right to Hazel, but soon enough, she saw where everything was going. She finds out that he implanted her with the “Made for Love” chip, a monitoring device that can track everything from her location to her emotional state. She tries abandoning him, but things take a different turn when Hazel’s father gets diagnosed with cancer, and Byron takes the responsibility to get him treated in return for Hazel heading back to live with him again.
Made for Love Season 2 will pick up exactly where the story was left off in Season 1, and everything will come in a double dose in this second season.
Made for Love Season 2 Cast
- Cristin Milioti as Hazel Green
Known for her roles as Tracy McConnell in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother, Teresa Petrillo Belfort in the 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street, Betsy Solverson in the second season of Fargo, and Sarah in the 2020 film Palm Springs opposite Andy Samberg.
- Billy Magnussen as Byron Gogol
Has been a part of films like Into the Woods (2014), Birth of the Dragon (2016), Game Night (2018), and Aladdin (2019), and television roles like Get Shorty (2017) and Maniac (2018), The Many Saints of Newark (2021) and No Time to Die (2021).
- Dan Bakkedahl as Lyle Herringbone
He is best known for his roles as Tim Hughes on the CBS sitcom Life in Pieces, as Congressman Roger Furlong on the HBO series Veep, and as Steve Nugent in the FX comedy series Legit.
- Noma Dumezweni as Dr. Fiffany Hodeck
Noma has acquired fame for her immense contribution to theatre art. One of her most acclaimed performances is Hermione Granger in the original West End run of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
- Ray Romano as Herbert Green
Best known for his role as Ray Barone on the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, for which he received an Emmy Award, Ray has also given his voice to the character of Manny in the Ice Age film series.