Light as a Feather Season 2 Release Date Revealed

Hulu teen horror series Light as a Feather will see a second season of supernatural suspense.

Light as a Feather: Ajiona Alexus, Haley Ramm and Liana Liberato

Light as a Feather Season 2 is coming to Hulu this summer!

The streaming service has renewed Light as a Feather, a teen horror thriller series based on Zoe Arsen’s 3.9 million-read Wattpad self-published story (the first of a series that’s quoted to have banked 5.7 million reads), for a second season. This time, the series, a production of Viacom’s Awesomeness, will arrive with 16 episodes, a substantial upgrade from the 10-episode inaugural season.

Light as a Feather Season 2 Release Date

Light as Feather Season 2 is now set to premiere on Friday, July 26.

Hulu made the announcement via Deadline with the following teaser clip.

The first season arrived on Hulu on October 12, 2018 for the thematically-appropriate Halloween season.

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Light as a Feather Season 2 Details

The story of Light as a Feather follows five teenage girls whose decision to innocently dabble in the supernatural with the eponymous slumber party levitation game, “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board,” leads to surprisingly real – deadly – consequences for the group as some of them are killed as predicted. According to the description, the second season of Light as a Feather will see main character McKenna (Liana Liberato) continuing to deal with the aftermath of the fateful game, “fighting against a ticking clock compelling her to play along.”

Don’t expect any major changes in the Light as a Feather behind-the-scenes personnel for the second season, with creator R. Lee Fleming Jr. sticking around as showrunner, writer and executive producer. Additionally, Season 1 stars Liana Liberato, Haley Ramm and Brianne Tju are confirmed to return.

Hulu’s lineup of original programming also includes offerings such as acclaimed dystopian drama The Handmaid’s Tale, Marvel Cinematic Universe-adjacent series Marvel’s Runaways, fictional religious series The Path, pop-culture-trope-teeming sci-fi comedy series Future Man and an upcoming limited series rendition of Joseph Heller’s Catch-22.

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