If you have ever listened to the stand-up comedian Bridget Everette, you know how magnetic her persona is, the delivery, the body language, the ways listeners get engaged, everything is just impeccable. And all of it becomes double when she hits the television screens with her comedy-drama series, Somebody Somewhere.
Season 1 of the series premiered on HBO on January 16, 2022. Now the good news for the fans is that it has been renewed for a second season. So, yes Somebody Somewhere Season 2 is happening because, of course, somebody, somewhere was asking for it.
Somebody Somewhere is freaking out right now because it got renewed for season 2.
That somebody is me. pic.twitter.com/nPDl7TEpzZ
— HBO (@HBO) February 3, 2022
The show has been critically acclaimed for the originality and the way it deals with human emotions like loss, grief, guilt, happiness, serenity with a certain grace and warmth. The series has been rated 100% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 8.2/10.
Created by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen, the series follows Sam’s efforts to find happiness and motivation in life after she loses her sister. Though it is based on a sad theme, it explores the concept of happiness, moving on, acceptance and grief with can leave one sometimes peacefully smiling and sometimes completely doubled up.
Here’s everything to know about Somebody Somewhere Season 2:
Somebody Somewhere Season 2 Release Date
There has been no information regarding the final release date of Somebody Somewhere Season 2, however, we can expect it to surface soon. If we are to predict the series might release sometime late this year or in early 2023.
Somebody Somewhere Season 2 Trailer
The trailer of the sophomore season of Someone Somewhere hasn’t been released yet, but if you haven’t watched the first season too and want a peek in the story, here’s the trailer for the first season:
Somebody Somewhere Season 2 Plot
*Season 1 spoilers*
In Season 1 tragedy dawned upon Sam when she lost her sister and with that lost the motivation in life. However, that’s not how the world works. One needs to accept the loss, move on and try to find happiness in life. So Sam starts the same journey, accepting the loss, moving on, and finding what makes her happy. But the path was going to be pretty rocky with the kind of relationship she had with her alcoholic mother, Mary Jo, and another sister, Tricia.
Sam unexpectedly found a friend in her coworker, Joel when he helped her through a difficult day at work. Joel invited her to his ‘choir’ organization where societal ‘misfits’ gather to pursue their love for music. With the group, Sam was able to reignite her love for singing and all of it started to help her cope with her midlife crisis.
However, the familial problems kept knocking on her doors again and again. Mary Jo was sent to a rehabilitation facility, Sam’s father Ed struggled with finances, Tricia got cheated on by her husband Rick with Charity, her business partner.
The choir too went into jeopardy when they lost their practice area. Joe too found a partner in Michael while trying to follow his own dreams.
Somebody Somewhere Season 2 will build upon the events on the first season, focusing on Sam’s own dilemmas, hunting a new location for choir practice, Tricia’s ways to cope with betrayal, situations with her parents, and more. We might see more new entities enter Sam’s life and how she will be perceiving all of it.
Somebody Somewhere Season 2 Cast
- Bridget Everett plays Sam. Sam is a 40 something-year-old woman who has faced a sudden midlife crisis and now trying to bounce back and find a purpose in life.
- Jeff Hiller plays Joel, Sam’s co-worker, and friend.
- Mary Catherine Garrison plays Tricia Miller. She is Sam’s sister and has her own business venture by the name of Tender Moments.
- Danny McCarthy plays Rick. He is Tricia’s husband. He cheated on her with Charity, co-owner of Tender Moments.
- Mike Hagerty plays Ed Miller, Sam’s father and a farmer.
- Murray Hill plays Fred Rococo. He is a soil scientist and a master of ceremonies.
- Jane Drake Brody plays Mary Jo. She is Sam and Tricia’s mother. She is an alcoholic and has some not-so-good relations with her children.
- Jon Hudson Odom plays Michael, Joel’s boyfriend
- Heidi Johanningmeier plays Charity. She is the co-owner of Tender Moments.