The End Of The F***ing World season 2 : Alyssa marie in the trailer intriguing
Are you ready for season 2 of The End Of The F***ing World ? If this is not the case, you still have a few days to prepare : the sequel to the british series comes on 5 November 2019 on Netflix. The trailer is pretty intriguing should you help you get in the bath. The program ? The wedding of Alyssa (Jessica Barden), or the arrival of a new strange character.
In August 2018, The End Of The F***ing World was renewed for a season 2 of Channel 4 (the string diff to original) and Netflix. It took a year for the suite to be unveiled finally : we had the right to photos, to introduce the new character, Bonnie, “an outsider to the past disorder, and who has a mysterious connection with Alyssa“, including and to a poster a little mysterious. It’s good stuff, but these elements do not respond to the famous question : Alex Lawther (James) will he be back in the eight new episodes ?
The trailer for season 2 of the End Of The F***ing World unveiled
The mystery surrounding the possible death of James persists and this is not the trailer for season 2 of The End Of The F***ing World that’s going to help us see more clearly. For evidence, the teen psychopath does not appear a single time in the video. We still believe that he is still alive and that he will return for the sequel.
By contrast, we find Alyssa, two years after the events of the first season, who is trying to return to a normal life : she now works as a waitress in a restaurant and ready to spend a large cape with her wedding. Except that her past will soon catch up with him. Bonnie seems to be looking for her, but for what reason ? What is his mysterious connection with the character of Jessica Barden ? She wants to-she’s evil ? To find out, you have to wait until November 5, 2019 !
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