The first season of Yellow jackets became an instant hit with TV aficionados and the second season officially entered production in August. Many questions were left unanswered in the finale and there are some characters whose fate is still unknown. However, a casting announcement spoiled Van (Liv Hewson) surviving 19 months in the wilderness. It was revealed earlier this year that adult Van will be played by Lauren Ambrose (Six feet under, Servant). Hewson recently spoke with PEOPLE about learning that their character survived.
“We’re all pretty busy because we’re all trying to fly in and out and do as much as we can,” Hewson said of seeing movie scenes of their adult counterparts. “But yes, when we get the chance, it’s nice to see everyone…Obviously Lauren and I have connected and seen each other,” Hewson shared, explaining that it was “touching to know Which [adult Van] is out there, honestly.” They continued, “That sounds funny to say, but she’s growing up. She’s making it. It exists in the future and in the world, and it makes me strangely emotional. I’m very excited.”
When will Yellow jackets Season 2 Premiere?
In August, Yellow jackets co-creators and showrunners Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson said the series will return sometime in early 2023.
“We’re looking at the first quarter of 2023,” Lyle said The cover. “We’re on a similar production track to last season in terms of time, although of course we’ll have to shoot an extra episode because we shot the pilot last time. I think we’ll have filming in around February and we’ll be airing shortly after that.”
While talking to The Hollywood Reporters TV’s top five podcast in March, Lyle and Nickerson teased some big plans for next season.
“As for other survivors, we’ll plant the flag that Lottie is lurking in the shadows and meet her in the near future. Ideally, we’ll probably meet at least one more,” Lyle teased. “We want the viewers to live in the mindset of our characters. One thing about trauma and PTSD, it poisons how you see the world in terms of paranoia and not being able to trust people. … What we meant was for people to have that relationship doubt,” Lyle explained.
The first season of Yellow jackets is available to watch on Showtime.
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