Doom Patrol Season 2

What better could be than watching a bunch of offbeat superheroes, teamed up fighting crime? Nothing right? Well, if you like to see goofy superheroes saving the day, then Doom Patrol is the series you should binge on.

Doom Patrol Season
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Doom Patrol is an American superhero series. The series is created by Jeremy Carver for DC Universe.
The series, Doom Patrol is based on DC Comics, Doom Patrol. The first season Doom Patrol was released on 15th February 2019. The good news is that the series is renewed for a second season. The second season, like its predecessor, will be aired on HBO max and DC Universe only.


The story revolves around a bunch of socially awkward superheroes. These superheroes received their powers through some strange incidents.
These bunch of superheroes lives together in a mansion of The Chief. The chief treated the wounded superheroes and gave them a place to live.
The Chief gets captured by monovalent Mr. Nobody. Now, this team of misfits, team together as “Doom Patrol” and start their quest of rescuing the Chief.
Through their journey, they come across many secrets about how they got their powers and also about some shocking information about The Chief.

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Season 2

The season Doom Patrol has already been renewed for the second season. The second season is all set to be released on June 25, 2020, on both DC Universe and HBO Max.
The story of season 2 will catch up after the misfit heroes, defeat Mr. Nobody and save Caulder. Perhaps in season 2, we will see that Mr. Nobody escapes the prison and plans to become the President of the United States of America. Also, how the Doom Patrol adjusts after knowing about the treachery of their benefactor, Dr. Caulder.
As by looking at the latest trailer of the second season of Doom Patrol, we can expect only one thing, crazy meta-human humor!


Diane Guerrero as Jane
April Bowlby as Rita Farr / Gertrude Cramp
Alan Tudyk as Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody
Matt Bomer and Matthew Zuk as Larry Trainor
Brendan Fraser and Riley Shanahan as Cliff Steele
Timothy Dalton as Niles Caulder / The Chief
Joivan Wade as Victor “Vic” Stone / Cyborg