Stateless is an Australian drama television series. The series released on ABC on 1 March 2020. Elise McCredie and Belinda Chayko are the writers of the show. The show is the adaptation of some of the real-life incidents from the life of Cornelia Rau. The Australian Government unethically detained Cornelia Rau for ten months.
The show, Stateless received positive reviews from the critics and the audience alike. It managed to score 73% on Rotten Tomatoes. The international audience can stream the show on Netflix. Stateless also managed to gather appreciation in the 70th Berlin International Film Festival. Will the viewership decide the season 2 release of the show? Read on!
The show received the inspiration from the real-life incidents from the life of Cornelia Rau. Cornelia is one of the victims of Australia’s mandatory detention program. Rau got detained unlawfully for 10 months. Stateless revolves around four strangers, detained by the Australian Government. The story focuses on the individual stories of these four people as they merge in the detention camp.
These detainees include an air hostess, an Afghan refugee, and a bureaucrat. The air hostess got detained as she was escaping a cult. The Afghan refugee is a father of three. Who comes to Australia to escape from the chaos of his country. The bureaucrat caught up in some scandal. Stateless features their stories and their struggle as they try to survive the detention camp.
Stateless Season 2:
The season commenced recently in 2020 itself. There is no official announcement from the creators for the release of yet another season. As of now, we can consider the viewership of the show as the confirmation of season 2. If the second season comes out, the safe bet to expect it will be around 2021.
- Yvonne Strahovski as Sofie Werner
- Asher Keddie as Claire Kowitz
- Fayssal Bazzi as Ameer
- Marta Dusseldorp as Margot
- Dominic West as Gordon
- Cate Blanchett as Pat
- Jai Courtney as Cam Sandford
- Soraya Heidari as Mina
- Rachel House as Harriet
- Kate Box as Janice
- Clarence Ryan as Sully
- Claude Jabbour as Farid
- Rose Riley as Sharee
- Helana Sawires as Rosna
- Darren Gilshenan as Brian Ashworth