Will EPIX's 'From' have a season 2? Here's everything you need to know
That EPIX's chilling and gripping horror drama 'From' ended up asking more questions than answers shouldn't come as a surprise. Such was the way the finale ended that a Season 2 is inevitable, although the news has not been set in stone. The John Griffin-created horror drama for EPIX is hair-raising and doesn't let up on the horror quotient. It builds the levels slowly and drops it at one go, just like one of those contraptions at an amusement park, just that this one's a damn lot scarier.
The storyline isn't complex: A mysterious town that doesn't allow strangers to escape, bloodthirsty monsters at night, and the residents fighting for survival. 'From' Episode 10 will surely raise more questions, especially with the vague endings. There's no telling whether this is a good vs bad story or just an unending tale of horror, but it does enthrall and hopefully, and on that note, here are our thoughts on Season 2.
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When will 'From' Season 2 release?
At the time of writing, there has been no official confirmation regarding a new season. That said, it shouldn't come as a surprise if the network decides to renew the series for a new season. Should there be a second installment, expect it to drop sometime in February 2023.
What will 'From' Season 2 be all about?
The hope is that the new season answers most questions that Season 1 gave rise to. Episode 10 ended with Mathews (Eion Bailey) getting a response that sends shivers down everyone's spine. Tabitha (Catalina Sandino Moreno) escapes with Victor after she stumbles to the place where the monsters come up from. Boyd (Harold Perrineau) goes into the faraway tree and finds himself trapped in a narrow chimney-spaced place while there's no reveal about what happens to Sara (Avery Konrad).
The new season might just be like the predecessor putting in more questions rather than giving an answer or two. It's just how the series has shaped up and unless there are some entrants and a new storyline, both of which are possibilities, we're in for one humdinger of a sequel.
Who will be in the cast?
Expect all of the major characters to return. Harold Perrineau as Boyd Stevens, Catalina Sandino Moreno as Tabitha Matthews, Eion Bailey as Jim Matthews, Hannah Cheramy as Julie Matthews, Avery Konrad as Sara, Ricky He as Kenny Liu, Simon Webster as Ethan Matthews, Chloe Van Landschoot as Kristi, Pegah Ghafoori as Fatima, David Alpay as Jade and Scott McCord as Victor.
Josh Appelbaum, Jack Bender, John Griffin, Mike Larocca, André Nemec, Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg, along with Anthony and Joe Russo serve as the EPs. Griffin also serves as the writer and creator.
There is no trailer for Season 2 yet, however, watch this space for more updates.