For Life Season 2

The show “For Life” is founded on the passionate existence of Issac Wright Jr. It had gained immense popularity and credible reviews from critics. Also, it received 7.6 out of 10 ratings on IMDb and scores 86% on Rotten Tomatoes.

ABC soon had to get on with the season and see the overwhelming response from both audiences and critics. Within a month after the first season ended, ABC resumed shows for a second season. Everything you need to know about the upcoming season “For Life” is illustrated below:

Release Date

The first season of the show comes out on February 11, 2020. It has 13 episodes, each about 43 minutes long, and airs on ABC Network. ABC Network is updating the series for a second season on June 15, 2020. On November 18, 2020, the second season of “For Life” will air on ABC Network. Like the previous season, this season will also receive its weekly episodes. ABC has announced the first three episodes of the season, which will air on November 18, November 25, and December 2 this year.

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Show executive producer Curtis Jackson, also known as 50 Cent, said, “This is different from the show, it’s a fight for justice and we keep fighting. Isaac Wright Jr. stood up and won the Opportunity, and now, like never before, we have to keep telling stories. A story inspired by his”. Continuing the show, we can continue to do so, and I am very grateful to Sony Pictures Television and ABC for their support.”

Major Casts And Characters

Hank Steinberg will continue the co-creator role on the second show. It was reported that almost the entire cast would reprise their roles for the second season. These include
• Nicholas Pinnock as Aaron Wallace
• Indira Varma as Safiya Masry
• Joy Bryant as Marie Wallace
• Dorian Missick as Jamal Bishop
• Glenn Fleshler as Frank Foster
• Tyla Harris as Jasmine Wallace
• Glenn Fleshler as Frank Foster
• Boris McGiver as Glenn Maskins
• Timothy Busfield as Henry Roswell.

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The Plotline

The show is based on the life of Isaac Wright Jr., who was convicted of drug charges in 1991. While in detention, he helped overturn 20 inmates’ illegal sentences before finally proving his innocence. The first season left us on the rock hanger and Wallace finally got a chance to reconsider. The following season continued with “Life Ahead” after its iconic reviews.
Make sure to read Season 1 of “For Life” before the premiere of season 2. Also, make sure you always keep up with the latest news from the entertainment industry. Enjoy watching!