Soulmates Season 2

Soulmates is an upcoming Australian romance drama anthology television series. The show will be coming on AMC this year. It is one of the most anticipated shows on AMC right now. The show stars some of the well-known actors, such as Charlie Heaton from Stranger Things. Brett Goldstein (SuperBob) and William Bridges (Stranger Things) are the creators of the series. The show is the adaptation of Bridges and Goldstein’s short film For Life.

The critics are already loving the unique premise of the show. According to the creators, the show will touch the emotions of the present generation of youth. The show, according to AMC is the accurate version of the human emotions of today. In this article, we will validate the rumors of the show’s future renewal. Along with every detail you need to know about the upcoming show, Soulmates on AMC.

Soulmates Plot

The show runs in a fifteen-year ahead time frame from today’s world. In this world, scientists have developed a method of identifying soulmates. This invention changes the life of everyone on the planet. To find out the soulmate, the person has to simply go through a series of tests. The result will end in matching up with the perfectly compatible person.

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The show will feature six different stories each week. Each of the stories will coincide with the sci-fi twist of the show. The show will feature a different story each week. This will make the show more exciting for the audience, as they will witness something new each week.

Soulmates Season 2

The first season of the show will be releasing on October 5, 2020, on AMC. The viewers and the critics have high hopes from the show. Looking at the plot of the show, it is evident that there is a legit reason for the excitement. The creators recently announced the renewal of the show for the second season, ahead of the release of the first season. We are expecting the second season to come out in 2021.

Soulmates Cast

• Charlie Heaton
• Akerman as Martha
• Joe Anderson as Travis
• Steven Mackintosh as Brother Samson
• Brandt as Caitlin
• Feild as Nathan
• Tom Goodman-Hill as Doug