1990s Cast Wraps Production in Season 2

Showtime’s highly anticipated second season Yellow jackets is finally out next month and a trailer for the season was recently released. The show’s second season is still in production, but it was revealed yesterday that the actors playing the younger versions of the characters in the 1990s have wrapped up filming. Samantha Hanratty (young Misty) shared a photo from the set on Instagram and Melanie Lynskey (grown Shauna) shared a heartfelt post for her younger castmates.

“Last day on set for season 2! Very thankful to the incredible @yellowjackets crew 🖤 so much hard work has gone into this season and can’t wait for you all to see it! Buzz buzz buzz baby,” Hanratty wrote to her post . You can watch it below:

“Sorry to be so sweet, but the cast of ’90s Yellowjackets wrapped up yesterday and we all sat together watching episode 201… and other than my siblings, I’ve never felt so much pride, respect and adoration for felt a group of people. I can’t believe their talent and their hearts,” Lynskey wrote on Twitter. “Thank you Sophie [Nélisse] & Sophia [Thatcher] & Samantha [Hanratty] & Jasmine [Savoy Brown] & Courtney [Eaton] & Liv [Hewspm] & Steve [Kruger] & Kevin [Alves] & Alexa [Barajas] & Luciano [Leroux] & Nia [Sondaya] & Mya [Lowe] & Nuha [Jes Izman] & Jenna [Burgess] and everyone else for your hard work and your brilliance and the love I feel from you all.” You can view her message below:

Shall Yellow jackets Get season 3?

In December it was announced that Showtime has already been extended Yellow jackets for a third season, which hopefully means the show’s creators can complete the five-season plan. Earlier, deadline shared the news of the Season 3 early renewal exactly one year after the Season 2 early renewal.

“Of Yellow jackets“With great success in Season 1 and pent-up expectations for Season 2, we wanted to maximize momentum by accelerating Season 3 now,” explained Chris McCarthy, President/CEO of Showtime and Paramount Media Networks. surpassed by its execution, and I thank the incredible creative team behind it, including Ashley, Bart, Jonathan, eOne and the Showtime team, for making it such a success. the show and its ability to continue to grow and how it clearly fits within a Showtime brand,” McCarthy added.

Yellow jackets returns to Showtime on March 24.

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