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Netflix has just released season 1 of Raising Dion, and the internet is buzzing about what’s going to happen in season 2. The show follows an African American single mother raising her son Dion after she finds out that her ex-husband and his wife are white. There have been many rumors circulating about whether or not there will be a second season. Here’s everything we know so far!
The release date of Raising Dion Season 2:
If the series is in the process of shooting, or even if they do continue into the winter, it seems possible that we’ll be seeing Dion and Nicole sometime in 2021. Although, it is hard to say without any official update from Netflix as to where production stands. Nevertheless, a mid-2021 release doesn’t seem totally impossible.
The cast of Raising Dion Season 2:
- Alisha Wainwright as Nicole Reese
- Ja’Siah Young as Dion Warren
- Jazmyn Simon as Kat Neese.
- Sammi Haney as Esperanza Jimenez
- Jason Ritter as Pat Rollins
- Ali Ahn as Suzanne Wu
- Griffin Robert Faulkner as Brayden Mills
- Michael B. Jordan as Mark Warren
How many episodes are there in Season 2 of Raising Dion?
With the news of the series being green-lit for Season 2, Variety reported that the renewal came with an eight-episode order.
Trailer of Raising Dion Season 2:
Not just yet. But once we know the official air date, we’ll have a better idea – trailers usually drop in the month leading up to the premiere.
The plot of Raising Dion Season 2?
The Season 1 finale put a pin in the Crooked Man’s pursuit of Dion and other supers after Nicole, Dion, and BIONA managed to disintegrate Pat. However, the finale’s cliffhanger ending revealed that the stormy entity managed to possess Brayden, the son of one of the superpowered men the Crooked Man had absorbed.
That sets us up for a Season 2 conflict between Dion and Brayden, bringing the fight primarily to the second generation of super kids.
The other big remaining question concerns the fates of those who were absorbed by the Crooked Man, notably Dion’s father, Mark. During the Season 1 finale, we saw his spirit briefly become corporeal, allowing him to speak with Nicole and Dion before fading away once again.
Mark isn’t quite alive, but he’s not quite dead either-that means that his fate is still up in the air. We can probably expect a significant amount of Season 2 to be devoted to bringing Mark and those who were absorbed by the Crooked Man (and whose spirits were released during his disintegration) back to life.