There is big news for Big Sky fans! Season 2 of the big sky series is set to release soon and there are already a lot of details about the show available. The cast has been announced, plot points have been released, and even some filming locations have been chosen. If you need anything big sky-related, this blog post will be your go-to guide.
The release date of Big Sky Season 2:
Assuming there are no similar delays further into 2021, it would make sense for “Big Sky” to follow suit with what’s come in years past and be released in September of 2021.
The Cast of Big Sky Season 2:
- Katheryn Winnick as Jenny Hoyt
- Kylie Bunbury as Cassie Dewell
- Brian Geraghty as Ronald Pergman
- Dedee Pfeiffer as Denise Brisbane
- Jesse James Keitel as Jerrie Kennedy
The Plot of Big Sky Season 2:
Throughout “Big Sky” Season 1, Cassie and Jenny are on the trail of the men responsible for a series of abductions that have occurred in Montana as well as Cody’s death.
They may not like each other at first, but over time, they set aside their differences in order to bring some veneer of closure to Cody’s life.
It’d be recommended to not always take what “Big Sky” offers at face value going into Season 2. The first season had its fair share of twists, and there’s no reason Season 2 should be any different.
So in that sense, we are very excited about introducing new characters, new storylines, new cases that will come to pepper the show and spice things up and throw a wrench in the day-to-day for Cassie and Jenny.”
Where Big Sky Season 2 was filmed?
The series was initially set to film in Nevada and New Mexico, the latter of which had previously stood in for Wyoming in the Western drama “Longmire.”
However, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the show’s producers to relocate production to Vancouver, British Columbia in August 2020; by that point, on-location filming had resumed in Canada but not in the United States.
Is Big Sky Season 2 worth watching?
Big Sky Season One was an unexpected success with audiences as well as critics alike so there are high expectations for this show’s second series to follow suit in its ratings and reviews.
Big Sky has also been praised by fans due to its avoidance of tropes present in other series such as Supernatural or Teen Wolf – namely that it doesn’t rely on violence to portray a supernatural situation.