The first part of ‘Light as a Feather’ season two, consisting of eight episodes, landed on Hulu Friday, 26 July 2019. Because there is a further eight episodes which will become available Friday, 4 October 2019, the second season boasts 16-episodes. Is your excitement for the series boiling or it just at a simmer?
Created by R. Lee Fleming Jr., based on the Zoe Aarsen written book of the same title, ‘Light as a Feather’ revolves around a group of girls with less than innocent intentions. The girls soon discover the fallout from playing a game of Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board is anything but benign. While five people originally play the game, only one survives to play again.
When the predictions begin to follow the pattern laid out, the surviving game players must ascertain why they have become targets and if the person responsible for the deaths is one of the group’s own members.
The second season saw Liana Liberato, Haley Ramm, Brianne Tju, Jordan Rodrigues and Dylan Sprayberry reprise their respective roles McKenna Brady, Violet Simmons, Alex Portnoy, Trey Emory and Henry Richmond. Also reprising her role from the first season, playing the recurring character Lena Regan, is Harley Graham.
The main cast is joined by Katelyn Nacon, Kira Kosarin, Froy Gutierrez and Adriyan Rae as Sammi, Nadia Abrams, Ridge Reyes and Peri, respective. Also joining the cast, playing recurring characters, are Alan Stokes, Alex Stokes, Alex Wassabi, Alisa Allapach and Robyn Lively.
Thoughts pertaining to ‘Light as a Feather’…
With the addition of six episodes to the season, it is clear to see why Hulu and series producers split the second instalment into two parts. Eight bite-size chunks are easier to consume in a single sitting than piling the plate with the entire meal.
The first bite, ‘Lost as Eden,’ begins with a gripping therapy session where predicts Trey Emory’s coming death. The intensity of the first episode typically sets the tone for the rest of the season. ‘Lost as Eden’ is a good indicator as to the direction producers and directors are taking the series. Consequently, because of their understanding of the darkness in Aarsen’s words, fans will be appreciative.
Do You Read the Books?
Like a lot of productions, ‘Light as a Feather’ is based on a book. Do you have an interest in reading the book? If you have read the first book, you might look to read the second instalment.
Four days after the second season’s second part becomes available to Hulu subscribers, Tuesday, 8 October 2019, ‘Cold as Marble’ will to hit bookstore shelves. ‘Cold as Marble’ is the second instalment of Aarsen’s Light as a Feather book series.
Will you be ready for the second eight episodes of the current season? Please comment and tell us what you thought of the first eight episodes of the second season.