Tell Me Lies has been renewed for Season 2 at Hulu. The first season of the television show, which is based on the same-titled novel by Carola Lovering, began streaming on Hulu on September 7. The concluding episode of the season aired on October 26.
The director tweeted and said, “In all seriousness thank you guys so much for the @tellmelieshulu love. I’ve been blown away on a daily basis by the messages I receive about the show and I can’t wait to give you guys another season that will simultaneously entertain and traumatize you. “
Grace Van Patten, Jackson White, Catherine Missal, Spencer House, Sonia Mena, Branden Cook, Benjamin Wadsworth, and Alicia Crowder are among the actors who appear in the series.
Meaghan Oppenheimer is the showrunner and executive producer. Emma Roberts, Karah Preiss and Matt Matruski are also executive producers under their Belletrist Productions banner. Additionally, Jonathan Levine is the executive producer and Lovering works as a production consultant.
The series tracks the development of an erratic but alluring relationship over the period of eight years. When Stephen DeMarco (White) and Lucy Albright (Van Patten) first meet in college, they are both in that crucial developmental stage where seemingly unimportant decisions have lasting effects. Although their relationship starts off like any other ordinary campus romance, they soon become entangled in an addicted relationship that will forever change not only their lives but also everyone else’s as well.
Though the official plot for season 2 has not yet been revealed. After the events of Season 1, Oppenheimer stated that there were “many more breakups, getting back together, and breaking up again” in Season 2. She said, “I think it would be really fun to investigate all that.
Where to watch?
Tell Me Lies season can be watched in Hulu. The production team has not yet revealed the release date of the series.
Tiny Beautiful Things, Washington Black, Saint X, and Interior Chinatown are just a few of the book-to-series adaptations that Hulu has in the works. The streamer has had great success with such adaptations in the past, most notably with the series version of Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which is preparing for its sixth and final season.