The Midnight Gospel Season 2: When Will Season 2 of This Animated Drama Come?
“I like this, but I wish it was even crazier,” you might think while you watch Adventure Time. If that's the case, you have eclectic taste, and it just so happens to be that you've been blessed with a lucky break. Creator Pendleton Ward blessed animation fans with another series that finds humour in the middle of apocalyptic events, The Midnight Gospel, shortly after the Cartoon Network series ended in 2018 (but before it was relaunched the next year in 2020).
After premiering on April 20, 2020, the show introduced the world to spacecaster Clancy Gilroy (Duncan Trussell), who travelled to various worlds to interview the inhabitants just before they were wiped out by a catastrophic event, with Clancy often barely surviving.
The show's second season premiered on April 20, 2021, and introduced the world to spacecaster Clancy Gilroy (Duncan Trussell). You could watch the series without the sound on and just take in the beautiful artwork on exhibit, such is the high-concept plot that is backed up by magnificent animation.
A variety of issues, ranging from drug legalisation to religion, are tackled by the show with equal parts hilarity and poignancy. The fact that Netflix has yet to renew the show for a second season, despite supporters going so far as to establish an online petition to persuade them that additional episodes should be produced, may be disappointing to some fans. Here's what we know about a possible second season of The Midnight Gospel so far, based on our observations.
The Midnight Gospel Season 2 Release Date
Normal expectations are that a Netflix series will release a new season around a year after the last one aired on the streaming service. After all, given that the first season of The Midnight Gospel premiered in April 2020, it would make the most sense for season 2 to premiere in the spring or summer of 2021. Unfortunately, without formal confirmation of additional episodes, it is possible that it will take even longer (if it even happens at all).
Given that the streaming service has been struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic along with every other studio in the world, this isn't surprising.
As a result of this, some delays may be expected; however, because The Midnight Gospel is an animated series, it should be easier to work past coronavirus-related constraints in order to bring new episodes into production. The fact that there is no information available on when (or if) we might be able to return to the Chromatic Ribbon makes it difficult even to hypothesise at this point.
The Midnight Gospel Season 2 Cast
It is based on the Duncan Trussell Family Hour podcast, in which host Duncan Trussell talks with people from all walks of life about philosophy, life and death. The first season includes extracts from the podcast. In fact, these passages are taken directly from the podcast, with Trussell providing the voice of Clancy Gilroy during the more plot-driven periods of the series. Given the abundance of podcast episodes containing interviews with scholars, authors, and comedians, there is undoubtedly a wealth of inspiration available for the subject matter of potential future Midnight Gospel episodes.
Trussell is joined in the voice cast by regulars such as Stephen Root, Johnny Pemberton, Steve Little, and Maria Bamford, as well as newcomers such as Stephen Root. Natasha Leggero, Dr. Drew Pinsky, and Pauly Shore are among the other guest stars who appeared throughout the first season of the show. If Netflix decides to renew the series for a second season, audiences can expect a diverse group of people to join them on their psychedelic voyage across the cosmos.
The Midnight Gospel Season 2: Plot
The Midnight Gospel's first season ended with a grand finale atmosphere that may serve as an emotionally fulfilling send-off for such a weird show, and fans of the show would no doubt welcome the opportunity to see more of it in the future. As the first season comes to a close, the final episode finds Clancy and his dog, Charlotte, trapped into his simulator, which then explodes. With the closing lines, “Just be here now,” Clancy is on a train with everyone he's met so far on the series, which concludes the episode.
There is a possibility that Clancy and everyone he has met may embark on a final voyage, but given the psychedelic nature of the show, it is not out of the question that he will enter some other plane of existence and continue interviewing individuals to learn more about what it means to be alive.
Considering there are hundreds more episodes of Duncan Trussell Family Hour to choose from, if Netflix were to decide to continue the series, it might last for quite some time if they were to do so. Even if it's still up in the air as of right now, it's possible that viewers can learn anything from the series. If you want to be present in the moment, you shouldn't be worried about what the future of The Midnight Gospel will be like.
The Midnight Gospel Season 2: Trailer
At this moment there is no official trailer for season 2 of this animated series so watch its first season trailer which is given below-
You can watch this series on Netflix.
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