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Netflix 'Biohackers' Season 2: Air time, how to watch and trailer of German sci-fi series

'Biohackers' is back with Season 2 and Mia is trying to figure out what happened to her after her abduction
UPDATED JUN 29, 2021
Official poster for 'Biohackers' Season 2 (Netflix)
Official poster for 'Biohackers' Season 2 (Netflix)

‘Biohackers’ on Netflix was undoubtedly one of the best shows of 2020. It was filled with thrilling sequences and complex characters which always made people think about what is going to happen next.

After the shocking end of Season 1, the series is set to enthrall fans with a more ominous, thrilling and mysterious Season 2. The Netflix show follows the journey of a girl named Mia (Luna Wedler), a medical student at the University of Freiburg. She is really interested in biohacking technology and becomes involved in the world of illegal genetic experimentation. On the other hand, she is also trying to find what happened to her brother and how did he die.


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However, things get really tricky when some breakthrough biohacking research results fall in the wrong hands. She mysteriously disappears one day and regains consciousness after months. Shockingly, she doesn’t have any recollection of the events that happened with her.

The first season of the sci-fi thriller turned out to be really successful for the makers as well the streaming platform and they will be hoping to get a similar kind of reception this time around as well. Here’s everything we know about ‘Biohackers’ Season 2.

Thomas Kretschmann in Season 2 of 'Biohackers' (Netflix)

Air time and how to watch

Season 2 of ‘Biohackers’ will premiere exclusively on Netflix on Friday, July 9, and will be available for streaming in more than 191 countries.

According to the Netflix press site, the upcoming sci-fi thriller will be making its way to the streaming service on July 9 at 3am ET. You can watch it by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan remains at $9 per month.


According to the official synopsis provided by Netflix, here’s what viewers can expect from the upcoming series: “After being abducted, Mia finds herself with no recollection of what happened since. But when she discovers a message she has written to her future self, she comes to understand that her life is in imminent danger if she doesn’t solve the mystery of her disappearance. In order to do so, she has to team up with the woman she trusts the least, Prof Lorenz. Her former opponent seems to know more and apparently, is the only one who can help Mia. But can the two women trust each other after everything that happened?”


The original cast members are returning for Season 2 as well. Luna Wedler will be back as Mia while Jessa Schwarz will be reprising the role of Prof Tanja Lorenz. One of the most popular actors in the world, Thomas Kretschmann, will also be making an appearance in the next edition. Kretschmann is known for appearing in movies such as ‘The Pianist’, ‘King Kong’, ‘Valkyrie’, ‘Blade II’, and more.


Other actors to feature on Season 2 include Benno Furmann (Andreas Winter), Caro Cult (Lotta), Adrian Julius Tillmann (Jasper), Jing Xiang (Chen-Lu), Sebastian Jakob Doppelbauer (Ole) and Thomas Penn (Niklas).


The series is created, directed and written by Christian Ditter. The writer-turned-director was known for making short films before he directed his first feature film. Some of the projects he has helmed are ‘Enchanted’, ‘The Crocodile Strikes Back’ and ‘Vicky and the Treasure of the Gods’.


Thomas Klimmer and Veronika Ackermann are the associate producers while Jakob Claussen, Uli Putz and Jake Coburn serve as executive producers.


You can watch the trailer here.


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