Tell Me Lies Season 2 Is Confirmed By Hulu And Disney+!

Tell Me Lies fans, rejoice! Season two of the show has been officially confirmed! So there’s more romance, conflict, and dark secrets. We simply cannot wait.

Season one is presently available on Disney+ and follows the characters, Lucy and Stephen, over the course of eight years. Based on Carola Lovering’s novel of the same name, the series follows the pair’s destructive but passionate love from college to their thirties, with plenty of (often dark) drama along the way. It’s also executive produced by Emma Roberts, which makes it even more spec

Here’s all we know so far about Tell Me Lies season two…

Tell Me Lies was picked up for a second season on November 29, two months after the first season aired.

Tell Me Lies wouldn’t be Tell Me Lies without Stephen and Lucy, so we can expect to see Jackson White and Grace Van Patten back as Stephen and Lucy.

Catherine Missal is playing Bree, Spencer House is playing Wrigley, Sonia Mena is playing Pippa, Alicia Crowder is playing Diana, Branden Cook is playing Evan, Benjamin Wadsworth is playing Drew, and Zoe Renee is playing Charlie.

Macy was killed in a car accident in the first season, so we can only expect to see actor Lily McInerny in flashbacks.

Disney+ and Hulu have both confirmed that there will be a second season, but they haven’t said when it will come out yet.

It was first said in August 2021 that Hulu had bought the first season, and the show would start airing in September 2022. So, if this plan holds, we could hope to see season 2 of Tell Me Lies by the end of 2023 or early in 2024. We hope we’ll have better luck soon.

Tell Me Lies tells the story of a relationship between two people over the course of 8 years. When Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten) and Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White) meet in college, they are at a time in their lives when seemingly small decisions can have lasting effects.

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Even though their relationship starts out like any other college romance, they quickly become addicted to each other in a way that will change their lives and the lives of everyone around them. The next season is likely to pick up where the last episode, “The Bedrooms of Our Friends,” left off. “The Bedrooms of Our Friends” was written by Meaghan Oppenheimer and directed by Robin Wright.

The audience saw Lucy and Stephen go to the last party of the semester, where everything changes. This has left a lot of important questions and cliffhangers that need to be answered.

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