Sweet Tooth became a fan favorite when it first aired in 2021 and we have some news to share regarding season 2. Sweet Tooth follows the story of Hybrids who are half animal and half human, which gripped its audience by its storyline. Season 2 of the hit series is coming on Netflix on Thursday, April 27.
Sweet Tooth season 2 filming ended in 2022
Sweet Tooth season 2 began filming in early 2022 and the production ended by 2022 itself according to a report from What’s on Netflix, During Netflix Geeked Week 20222 a video was also shared that hinted that the production did come to a wrap.
What to expect for Season 2
With season 2 set to release on 27th April, here’s what we can expect General Abbot has abducted a group of Hybrids and is using them as test subjects for Dr. Aditya’s experiments who is also held captive and wants to cure his wife Rani. Gus and Dr. Singh start working together as Gus wants to save his friends which sends him on a journey to the origin of his mother and then reaching The Great Crumble. Outside the preserve, Amiee and Tommy try their best to save the captured hybrids, but this partnership will be tested as Tommy’s secrets are revealed. Gus and his pals find themselves in a brawl with General Abbot and the foes who want to eliminate them permanently.
Sweet Tooth season 2 cast
- Christian Convery as Gus
- Nonso Anozie as Jepperd
- Adeel Akhtar as Dr. Singh
- Stefania LaVie Owen as Bear
- Dania Ramirez as Aimee Eden
- Aliza Vellani as Rani Singh
- Neil Sandilands as General Abbot
- Naledi Murray as Wendy
- James Brolin (narrator)
- Marlon Williams as Johnny Abbot
A few new characters are also added in season 2 as reported by What’s On Netflix, like
- Finn Fox
- Haley Mockingbird
- JoJo Cat
- Wally Walrus
Season 2 will also be joined by Craig Hall, Amie Donald, Christopher Sean Cooper Jr, Caden Dragomer, and Yonas Kibreab. Kibreab will play the character Finn Fox and Cooper will play Teddy Turtle. Will Forte’s return in season 2 is still unclear.
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