'Doom Patrol' season 2: Release date, plot, cast, and everything you need to know about the superpowered misfits show
The second season will premiere simultaneously on DC Universe and HBO Max, WarnerMedia's upcoming subscription streaming service
At San Diego Comic-Con 2019, 'Doom Patrol' gave its audiences a marvelous surprise as the DC show announced that it was officially set to get a second season.
Created by Jeremy Carver, who serves as the executive producer of the show, 'Doom Patrol' follows a group of rag-tag superpowered misfits who are tasked with saving the world from interdimensional donkeys, giant floating eyeball gods, and Mr. Nobody.
While there is no word about the official release date of the second season, the series will see a 2020 release.
The show follows the lives of Kay Challis/Crazy Jane (Guerrero), a Doom Patrol member with 64 distinct personalities each displaying a different super power, Cliff Steele/Robotman (Fraser), a former NASCAR racer whose brain was transplanted into a robotic body after an accident destroyed his own, Rita Farr\ Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby), a former actress who developed the power to stretch, shrink and grow after being exposed to a toxic liquid, Larry Trainor/Negative Man (Bomer/Matthew Zuk), a former pilot who crashed into negative energy and is now wrapped in bandages from head to toe, Victor Stone/Cyborg (Jovian Wade), a half-human, half-machine superhero struggling with his duality, and their mentor Dr. Niles Caulder/The Chief (Dalton), leader of the Doom Patrol. The Chief is a leading doctor in medical science who specializes in finding those who are "on the edge of death in need of a miracle". The fourth-wall-breaking super-villain is Mr. Nobody (Tudyk) lives in the shadows and is able to drain the sanity of others after being experimented on by ex-Nazis.
The cast includes April Bowlby, Joivan Wade, Timothy Dalton, Alan Tudyk, Brendan Fraser, Diane Guerrero, and Matt Bomer.
The show is executive produced by Jeremy Carver, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, and Sarah Schechter.
There is no trailer out for the second season. But you can watch the trailer for the first season here:
Where to watch
The second season will premiere simultaneously on DC Universe and HBO Max, WarnerMedia's upcoming subscription streaming service. This will also bring the superhero series' first season to HBO Max.
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