I think you should leave Season 2: Spilling the tea right here!

All you oddball sketch comedy fans, attention! The series you’ve been obsessed with is returning. After more than two years since Season 1 premiered, Netflix has finally announced “I think you should leave Season 2”. Season 1 of the show was filmed in the same house as 13 Reasons Why Season 1. And it will be very interesting to see how both these seasons connect.

Fans can hardly wait to see what Season 2 has to offer. If you are one of them, I think you should STAY and continue reading to know the deets of the season.

I think you should leave Season 2: Release Date

“The production delays from COVID-19 in 2020 will lead to a 2021 slate that is more heavily second-half weighted with a large number of returning franchises” Netflix stated during a 2021 shareholder meeting. This felt like a promising hint for the return of the Netflix original show.

The streaming network announced on June 8, 2021 the release date via Teaser video on YouTube. The official release date for I think you should leave Season 2 is out! It is returning on July 6 of this year.

To celebrate the news, Netflix has released a teaser which features Robinson  Sam Richardson, and Phredley Brown singing a beautiful acoustic medley of some of Season 1’s top musical moments, including the funeral song “Friday Night” and the “Baby of the Year” and “Moon River Rock”.

I think you should leave Season 2: Plot

Season 2 will have a total of eight episodes, just as season one.

Furthermore, Season 2 will pick up right from where I Think You Might Leave Season 1 left off. We’ll find Nick returning back home from his horrifying experience in Montreal. We’ll also see what he tells Bianca, his wife about what had happened on their trip and how they take it after getting to know some upsetting news about their son Miles’ behaviour following.

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This season will pick up from a funeral where Season 1 left. Although, this time we’re following two funerals. In no time we will find out which episode is about who.

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I Think You Should Leave is said to be a “somewhat more straightforward” one than the first series. It remains unclear what that means. Whether this means light toned or less ambitious in plot development. However, it’s safe to say that we’ll still get our fill of psychological horror and thrilling suspense.

I think you should leave Season 2

Twist, Turns and Spin offs in Season 2

I Think You Should Leave season 2 is a true-crime series. It will focus on personal stories of people who were stuck in the aftermath of crimes committed by their loved ones. Season 1 looked into how people manage with heartfelt change and life changing events. When someone they love executes an unidentifiable act of violence to them or those close to them.

Season 2 is anticipated to continue the show’s exploration of how people manage change and life-altering events.

The coming season will also look into how victims, witnesses, first responders, emergency room personnel, and others react when someone they know executes an unidentifiable act of violence or a heinous crime against them or those close to them. The show features true stories from across North America about what happens after this unimaginable event.  The lives we live forward to survive these tragedies.

Star Cast

The confirmed star cast for i think you should leave Season 2 has not been disclosed yet. However, there are cast who is going to return from Season 1. Moreover, The returning cast includes William H. Macy as Dr. Alex Taylor and Connie Britton as Dr. Margaret Dutton.

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The guest star cast includes Debra Winger, Benicio Del Toro, Aja Naomi King, Dylan McDermott, Amanda Seyfried, Kerry Washington, Colin Farrell, and Stevie Wonder.

Wrapping Up

The Show is Co-created and written by SNL alum Robinson and Zach Kanin. As per Netflix’s official description, I Think You Should Leave uses the duo’s “distinct comedy style and observational humor… to poke fun at life’s most bizarre and mundane situations.” I Think You Should Leave‘s six-episode freshman season featured guest appearances from Andy Samberg, Will Forte and Steven Yeun and earned numerous critical acclaim along with a WGA Award for Comedy/Variety, Sketch Series.

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