Here’s the Intense Winter Trailer for ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2
Winter is coming to Yellow jackets.
The first teaser for the highly anticipated second season of the hit Showtime show is finally here, and it looks like it’s going to be one hell of a winter.
At the end of the first season, the first freeze comes to the cabin where the high school girls’ soccer team’s plane has crashed, leaving one of them frozen to death after sleeping outside. In Season 2, it looks like we’ll get to see a lot of the dangers that winter in the wild can bring.
At the beginning of the trailer, we see an adult Nat being hypnotized by a therapist. “Listen to my voice and see the light. Allow yourself to come back, no matter how hard it is. What do you see?” the therapist asks.
She replied: “Darkness.” “We brought him back with us.”
Shots from scenes that take place in the wilderness are filled with ice and snow, ensuring that the girls are going to have a tougher time this year.
We see characters walking through deep snow, a cabin trapped in a blizzard, and the team wearing scary masks, committing acts of violence, and dancing around a bonfire. It all feels as intense and weird as the first season!
The trailer also, of course, shows what the adult survivors will be up to, including introducing one of Misty’s new friends, played by Elijah Wood. “Kidnapping, heresies, death… your friendships are more complicated than most,” he tells Misty.
Wood isn’t the only new actor joining this season. Lauren Ambrose joined the cast as the adult version of Van, the team’s goalkeeper and Taissa’s ex-girlfriend, and Simone Kessel joined the cast as the adult version of Lottie, the girl on the team who begins with visions in the wilderness.
Two LGBTQ+ actors also join the cast in season two. super girl Star Nicole Maines joins Lisa, a fellow adult Lottie trying to recover from the trauma of her past. Bisexual actorrançois Arnault also joins the cast as Coach Scott’s secret boyfriend.
Yellow jackets Season 2 premieres on Showtime March 24. Check out the trailer below.
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