The television drama series “The Wilds” created by Sarah Streicher became a hit on Amazon Prime Videos. They gathered positive reviews from viewers and critics and have an IMDB rating of 7.3 out of 10 and 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Season one of the series aired on December 11, 2020, and in the month of the release itself, the renewal of the series was announced. So, check out the full article to catch up with all the latest updates about The Wilds Season 2
Wilds Season 2 Release Date
On Tuesday, February 22, 2022, an official announcement was made by Prime Video that the series is all set to come out on Friday, May 6, 2022, after the completion of 17 months after the premiere of the first season. In addition, sixteen images of the eight teenage guys joining the second season’s cast have been released.
— Amazon Studios (@AmazonStudios) February 22, 2022
The Wilds Season 2 Storyline
According to the official synopsis, ” The upcoming season of the series “will continue to follow the harrowing ordeal of a group of teenage girls stranded on a deserted island. They didn’t end up there by accident — they’ve secretly been recruited into an elaborate social experiment,” adding further “The new season ratchets up the drama by revealing that the girls aren’t the only ones being studied… there’s a new set of subjects, an island of teenage boys, who must also fight for survival under the watchful eye of the experiment’s puppet master.”
We know fans must be eagerly waiting to see the cast’s first look, and here it is.
The Wilds Season 2 Cast
We will see the new characters below joining the cast of the series’ upcoming season.
He will portray the character Kirin O’Connor
Miles Gutierrez-Riley will portray the character Ivan Taylor
He Rook will portray the character Bo Leonard
The above-mentioned cast will join the second season of The Wilds with the returning form from Season 1 Rachel Griffiths who portrayed Gretchen Klein. Daniel Faber played David Sullivan. Dean Young portrayed by Troy Winbush, Fatin Jadmani played by Sophia Ali, and Leah Rilke played by Sarah Pidgeon. Martha Blackburn played by Jenna Clause, Toni Shalifoe played by Arena James, and Shelby Goodkind played by Mia Healey. Nora Reid played by Helena Howard, Rachel Reid played by Reign Edwards, and Dot Campbell portrayed by Shannon Berry.