About Gone Season 2
The cop television series starring Chris Noth and Leven Rambin is confirmed to receive a sequel by the NBC Universal studio. The filming of the second season of the show, however, has been delayed by the world-wide pandemic. The second season will be having a promising cast including Chris Noth playing the FBI agent Frank Novak and Leven Rambin as Katherine Lannigan.
Gone Season 2 Cast:
The first season of the television crime drama aired in 2017 and received a positive response from the audience. It received a 7.1 IMDB rating with its 12 episodes. Directed by Matt Lopez, the series is an adaptation of the book One Kick by Chelsea Cain, published in 2014. Although the news was afloat that the series might get a second season before the pandemic started, there was no news regarding such release from the production house.
Gone Season 2 Plot:
The edge-of-the-seat, gripping plot revolved around a woman, Katherine, who was abducted in her childhood and an FBI agent named Frank Novak. Frank helps Katherine recover and trains her to save abducted children.
She also becomes trained in martial arts and ultimately joins Novak to rescue other people who had been kidnapped in the same way Katherine had in her childhood. Although not much about the second season can be guessed right now, it will guarantee some thrilling scenes and outstanding performances.
Release Date of Gone Season 2 :
The show that was aired in the United States, Germany, and France ended abruptly in February 2018. Since then, fans of the television series had been demanding for another season of the show.
Since the filming process has been postponed, for now, the accurate date of release of the second season of Gone cannot be known. If reports are to be believed, the release of the second season can be expected to be sometime around November in 2021. Till then, fans of the series need to wait for any official announcement.