We were hoping for a summer premiere of Season 2 of Them, but we were disappointed. But will we see it this year at all? Season 2 of the popular Amazon Prime anthology series has its fans eagerly awaiting news of its premiere date.
Because of this, we've decided to compile all we know about Season 2 of Them here. What you're looking for is further down, so keep reading!
Is There Really Going to Be a Season 2 of Them?
No information on Them Season 2 has been released as of yet. The confirmation is expected to come soon. The second season of Them is likely to be confirmed soon.
As far as we can tell, They will be back for a second season soon. Amazon Prime Video could soon reveal that production has begun on season two of Them. Ultimately, we don't know what the outcome will be here.
— THEM (@ThemOnPrime) April 9, 2021
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Them Season 2 Release Date: When Will It Air?
Season 2 of Them has not yet been given a premiere date. In any case, Season 2 should premiere in late 2022 or early 2023.
There's a chance that Season 2 will have 10 episodes, the same as Season 1. The second season's release date and other information are expected to be made public in the coming months.
Them Season 2 Plot:
The events in the show occur in 1953. This is the story of a black family who moved from Northern California to an all-white area of Los Angeles during the Second Great Migration.
In the house where the change occurs, bad forces gather. The family appears to be haunted and destroyed by demonic power. In addition, there were ten episodes in the pilot season.
There is currently no Season 2 official summary available. When the official synopsis becomes available, we will add it here. For the second season as well, we're planning on ten episodes, each of which will be 45 minutes long.
Them Season 2 Cast: Who Will Be the New Face?
Numerous actors play both the Emory family and the various supernatural beings out to get them.
Deborah Ayorinde plays Lucky Emory, Ashley Thomas plays Henry, Shahadi Wright Joseph plays Ruby, Melody Hurd plays Gracie, Christopher Heyerdahl plays Daddy, and Alison Pill plays Gracie (the major villains).
Since ‘Them' is an anthology series, future appearances by the Emory family (at least the current generation) are quite improbable.
Considering the show's emphasis on minority narratives and horror, it's possible that some of the actors who played antagonists in the first season will reprise their roles in the second. However, it's likely that all-new actors will be introduced in Season 2.
I can guarantee you, if you've never seen the series before and are interested in its quality, that it's pretty nice! The show has a respectable 7.3/10 rating on IMDb and a 64% average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.
So, yes, I will be tuning into this series. If you're on the fence about going, read what other people thought about it.
Them Season 2 Trailer:
Look at the first season of Them's trailer here. There is still no Season 2 teaser for Them.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Them Based on Real Events?
The story's events are not true. The Emory family is a made-up family, and the supernatural event that surrounds them is also made-up.
How Did the Little Child in Them End Up?
The mother and three white guys who look like they could be from Deliverance break in, sexually attack Lucky, and kill Baby Chester in a game called “Cat In the Bag” after Lucky, terrified, refuses to play and runs inside to hide and protect him.
Where Does Betty End Up in Them?
Betty was taken to George's farm and imprisoned there in his underground shelter. He shot her on the spot when she attempted to flee. Betty has passed away, despite the fact that her nosy neighbours will never find out.