The post-apocalyptic setting of the Apple TV Plus programme has captivated viewers. The post-apocalyptic setting of Silo is based on Hugh Howey’s best-selling novel series of the same name. A few humans survive in an underground building that is cut off from the rest of the world after the Earth has been destroyed.
However, as is typically the case, when individuals begin passing away for unknown reasons, things for the community that has survived go tragically wrong. Throughout the thriller series, Juliette conducts some research and unearths some gory mysteries and realities regarding the titular silo.
Fans of the book as well as new viewers, have enjoyed the Apple TV Plus series, and everyone is curious as to whether there will be any further installments of Silo.
Will we get new updates in July?
Although there is no set date for the release of Silo season 2, it is likely to happen in 2024. We may expect more updates in July, yes.
The TV program will produce rapidly since the second season was confirmed in June 2023, and filming began the same month at Hoddesdon Studios in Hertfordshire.
Matt Cherniss, the Head of Programming for Apple TV Plus, stated in a statement that the series quickly rose to the top of the platform’s popularity, which undoubtedly contributed to the renewal.
“It has been enormously fulfilling to see the engrossing, atmospheric, and beautifully crafted sci-fi epic Silo quickly become Apple’s number one drama series,” Cherniss said. “As audiences around the world have become gripped by the mysteries and conspiracies buried within this fascinating subterranean world, viewership only continues to climb, and we are so excited for more secrets of the silo to be revealed in season 2.”
Who might be cast for Silo Season 2?
Though we believe it’s fair to presume the major characters and actors will return, it’s still unclear who will return because we’re nonetheless waiting to find out if any of them are on the list for elimination by the season 1 finale.
As a result, it is expected that Rebecca Ferguson will reprise her role as Juliette, in addition to Common, Tim Robbins, and Avi Nash. Holston and Allison, played by David Oyelowo and Rashida Jones, passed away early in the season, but it’s still possible that we’ll see them again in a flashback.
Rebecca Ferguson as Juliette Nichols
Rashida Jones as Allison Becker
Common as Robert Sims
Tim Robbins as Bernard Holland
Harriet Walter as Martha Walker
Avi Nash as Lukas Kyle
Rick Gomez as Patrick Kennedy
Chinaza Uche as Paul Billings
Will Patton as Samuel “Sam” Marnes
Billy Postlethwaite as Hank
Chipo Chung as Sandy
Remmie Milner as Shirley Campbell
What can be expected from Silo Season 2?
Even though season 2 may cover the occurrences of the second novel in the series Shift, certain doubts regarding the characters’ futures remain, given that season 1 is still in progress.
Since the second novel in the series is technically a prequel, this gives readers additional background on the events that brought down the wider world and the silo itself. Nevertheless, the novels contain some big alterations, so the writers may decide to take a different path for the second season.
We could see memories from the backstory novel itself mixed in with the silo chronology from season 1 at some point.
In the year 2049, Democrat Donald Keene has just been elected to Congress when the events of Shift take place. It depicts the construction of the silos themselves, which, although being designed to hold humans in the case of nuclear explosions, are really shown to have been intended to store nuclear material. The narrative then dives into topics like nano terrorism, revolt, and conspiracy.
We anticipate that a portion of the second season will take place outside the silo and show the characters attempting to explore the outside world. They will also be positioning themselves for a third season if the continuation deepens the mythology and world-building.
Silo Season 2’s trailer
Season 2’s trailer hasn’t yet been released, but because it’s already in production, we anticipate it to do so around the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024. We’ll be sure to keep you informed of any updates.
Where to watch Silo Season 2?
Like the first season, season 2 of Silo will be ready to stream on Apple TV Plus.
We believe Apple would make an effort to ensure the second season launches with a splash because the first season was a huge success for the streaming service. Make sure you’re caught up before the upcoming release of the next season by watching the show’s first season here.
How many episodes will Silo Season 2 have?
Season 2’s episode count has not yet been revealed. However, as season 1 had ten episodes, we would anticipate the same for season 2.
There are a total of three Silo novels. Thus, if the television show followed the timetable of the books, there may be up to 30 episodes.