The new US reboot version of the original UK series “Queer As Folk” tells us the story of trans people living in New Orleans who have dealt with the aftermath of a tragic shooting at a nightclub. Unlike any of its predecessors, the action is shifted away from Pittsburgh, the setting for its parent series, and it excludes any characters from earlier series. The series stars Devin Way, Fin Argus, Jesse James Keitel, Johnny Sibilly, and Ryan O’Connell. It was directed and written by Stephen Dunn, with Russell T. Davies as its executive producer.
Simply put, it’s a show about a group of queer friends attempting to navigate love, life, tragedy, and joy in a very complex world all of whose eight episodes from the first season were released on Thursday, June 9, 2022.
Queer As Folk Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 ended on a major cliffhanger with Brodie confessing his love to Ruthie, who is married to Shar and just gave birth to their twin girls. Many fans are speculating as to whether a Season 2 of Queer as Folk is already in the works after the series’ unexpectedly thrilling finale.
The show failed to draw in a sizable audience despite the story being very beautifully presented. This was due to viewers’ negative perceptions of it when compared to the original. However, those who persisted in watching it recognized its potential and chose it as their favorite coming-of-age transgender drama. As a result, there is a good chance that season 2 and even more will come after it.
The director, Stephen Dunn, in an interview, said, “We definitely have some big plans for Brodie and Ruthie’s storylines because there’s still a lot more, obviously, left to explore in the wake of that big twist and reveal.” This means that the new season 2 is likely not too far away.
|Queer As Folk Season 1 Release Date||3 December 2000|
|Queer As Folk Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Queer As Folk Season 1 Recap Story
All eight episodes of the LGBTQ+ drama were released on July 9, 2022. The narrative centers on Broodie, his ex-boyfriend Noah, and BFF Ruthie. He departs from his previous life and journeys across the globe in order to begin a new life in a different city with his old friends. His ex moved on, his BFF’s ex-girlfriend is now pregnant, and things have changed over time. As it goes on, the show’s unceasing attention shifts and skitters from plotline to the plotline, mirroring the coping mechanisms of its characters. The show is essentially marked 18+ due presence of intense sex scenes.
Queer As Folk Season 2 Story
Most likely, Season 2, if it gets the chance to be among us, will provide us with the answers to the questions of who will end up together and whose heart will be broken. However, nothing has been confirmed as of yet.
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Queer As Folk Season 2 Cast
Devin Way as Broodie
Actor Devin Way is well-known for his work on Station 19 (2018), Grey’s Anatomy (2005), and David & Fatima (2008).
Jesse James Keitel as Ruthie
She is an American performer, writer, and artist best known for appearing in Miller & Son, a short film directed by Asher Jelinsky that won the BAFTA Student Film Award.
Ryan O’Connell as Julian
He is an American author, actor, director, comedian, advocate for people with disabilities, and supporter of the LGBTQ community. His 2015 Memoir made him famous.
Fin Argus as Mingus
He is an American musician, actor, and fashion model. His performances in the movies Clouds (2020) and Stay Awake (2022) are well-known.
Johnny Sibilly as Noah
He is an American actor and producer. He has starred in Hacks (since 2021) and Femme (2018).
Queer As Folk Season 2 Trailer
Although there isn’t an official trailer for season 2, Peacock’s official YouTube channel does have the trailer for the first season. It actively depicts how the on-screen couples interact with one another and joyfully enjoy their time together. The iconic Babylon club is shown in the trailer as being entered by a shooter who starts to fire. Additionally, we see speeches and candlelight vigils that take place in the wake of the tragic events.
Where to watch Queer As Folk Season 2
Presently, Peacock TV is the only place where you can watch it for free.
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