Monster Season 2: Is it renewed for a new season? Check out details including Plot, Trailer and other important news

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Netflix has bought two more seasons of Monster, the provocative real crime thriller created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, so I hope you enjoy contentious programs about serial killers. According to Netflix, season one of Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is the second-most watched English-language program ever. To capitalize on this success, Netflix is making Monster into its own version of American Crime Story, Murphy’s other popular true crime adaptation anthology series.

There isn’t much publicly accessible information on Monster Season 2, let alone Season 3, and there’s a non-zero potential that the choice of who the seasons will be about hasn’t been made yet. Season 2’s subject, cast members, and premiere date are all unknown. But what little we do know allows us to make some educated guesses.

Here is all we currently know about Netflix’s Monster Season 2.

 

Monster Season 2 Renewal Status

On November 7, Netflix renewed Monster for Seasons 2 and 3 as well as The Watcher for Season 2. According to Netflix, “the upcoming episodes of Monster will recount the story of other horrible characters who have touched society.”

Who will Monster Season 2 be about?

We have no idea! Extremely ambiguous is “monstrous figures who have had an influence on society.” There are several obvious candidates, such as John Wayne Gacy, Richard Ramirez, Ted Bundy, or even the original Monster, Aileen Wuornos, if Murphy and his partners decide to go down the legendary serial killer road in upcoming seasons.

A season about Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad, the so-called “D.C. Snipers,” who murdered 10 people during a terrifying rampage in Maryland and Virginia in 2002, seems like a compelling follow-up to Dahmer if Ryan Murphy wants to continue exploring themes of race, sexual identity, and violence and remains unafraid to court controversy.

 

Monster Season 2 Trailer

The trailer won’t arrive until it’s ready, even if we’re far from it.

 

Monster Season 2 Cast

Although no one has been cast in Monster Season 2, Murphy frequently works with the same actors — Dahmer star Evan Peters, for instance, has appeared in both Murphy’s drag ball drama Pose and the American Horror Story series — so we can expect at least one well-known character from the Ryan Murphyverse to appear in the cast.

 

Monster Season 2 Release Date 

Although a release date hasn’t been set, Murphy is a prolific writer and this is a popular program, so it wouldn’t surprise us if it returned to the internet within a year and a half after the formal renewal. Nevertheless, there isn’t really a trend to be inferred from given that the intervals between American Crime Story seasons span from just two years to about three and a half years. All we can do is wait and see.

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