PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 05:00, Fri, May 8, 2020
Dead to Me season 2 is due to drop on Netflix soon and fans are excited to see more of Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, the main stars. The first series was released in May 2019 and it went down a hit with fans, who compared it to shows like Grace and Frankie. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about when the second series is out, and how many episodes there are.
Christina Applegate revealed the news of a second series on her Twitter account back in June 2019, as she posted a photo of herself with co-star Linda Cardellini.
The actress, who plays Jen Harding in the series, wrote: "My girl, we got more time together. I love you."
Thousands of fans welcomed the good news of a second series.
Fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement over the new series, with one fan saying: "Awesome show. Truly surprising twists and two bravura performances by the leads. Can't wait to watch the new season."
The series was created by Liz Feldman who also served as a showrunner and executive producer on the second season.
Dead To Me: Jen and Judy have both suffered with grief (Image: Netflix)
There has been no indication of how many episodes will feature in the new series, however, the first season was made up of 10 episodes.
With this in mind, the second series is expected to include the same number, and they should all be available to watch on Netflix at the same time.
Each episode is half an hour long, so fans will be able to watch the new series within a day if they fancy binge-watching it.
According to Deadline, the new episodes will be set during the aftermath of the "bloody backyard reveal" at the end of the first series.
They said: "With a surprising new visitor in town and Detective Perez (Diana Maria Riva) hot on their heels, Jen and Judy take drastic measures to protect their loved ones and each other — no matter the cost."
Dead To Me: Jen and Judy's lives are intertwined by lies (Image: Netflix)
Dead To Me: Steve was Judy's former fiance (Image: Netflix)