Coyote Season 2-For decades, immigration has been a contentious political topic in the United States, and it is as divisive today as it was then. “Coyote,” CBS' compelling criminal thriller on Paramount+, may portray the complexity of the issue better than any other TV show.
“Coyote” stars Michael Chiklis as Ben Clemens, a Border Patrol agent who resigned after 32 years on the job and now works as a coyote — or someone who smuggles people across the border — for a Mexican drug gang. Ben did things in Season 1 that he would have previously considered inconceivable. Even though he had effectively crossed sides by working for a drug gang, his new comrades never entirely trusted him — and with good cause, as it turned out.
On January 7, 2021, “Coyote” broadcast all six episodes of its first season, and since it's been so long since viewers have followed Ben's adventures, one has to wonder if the show will be renewed.
There's no indication yet on whether Coyote will return in Season 2.
The renewal of “Coyote” for a second season has yet to be announced by CBS. Since the launch of Season 1, actor Michael Chiklis has tweeted that he “can't wait to go back to work” on “Coyote” on March 13, 2021. That doesn't rule out the possibility of “Coyote” returning, but it also doesn't rule out the possibility of it being cancelled.
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However, “Coyote” appears to have a higher chance of being renewed than the typical TV show. It was one of the relaunched Paramount+ network's main programming. “Coyote” was initially slated for the Paramount Network, but CBS decided to shift it to CBS All Access, its subscription-based streaming platform, in November 2020. (via The Wrap). On March 4, 2020, CBS All Access was renamed Paramount+.
If “Coyote” returns, Chiklis will almost certainly reprise his role as retired border patrol agent Ben Clemens, since the programme wouldn't be whole without him. Some of the main antagonists, such as cartel chief Juan Diego “El Catrin” Zamora, who is played by Juan Pablo Raba, may return. Meanwhile, the narrative is expected to pick up where the Season 1 cliffhanger left off. Ben's involvement with the Zamora cartel had already garnered the CIA's notice, and he pitched himself as a confidential informant for the espionage agency in the finale.