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The End of the F*****G World Season Two Released In November

The End of the F*****G World Season Two Released In November


Claire Reid

Claire Reid

Season two of The End of the F****** World will arrive on Channel 4 in November, it's been announced.

And if that's not enough exciting news TEOTFW news for you, Netflix - which airs the show outside of the UK - has also teased brand-new character Bonnie (played by Naomi Ackie) who is set to play 'an outsider with a troubled past and a mysterious connection to Alyssa'.

There's also our first glimpse of Bonnie.

In the UK, the first season premiered on Channel 4 and then landed on Netflix three months later, however Channel 4 boss Ian Katz has said UK viewers can expect a much longer wait before it arrives on the streaming platform this time around.

Last year, he told Deadline: "Next time we'll run the whole series on the channel, then there will be a conventional hold back of more than a year before people see it on Netflix. It really bugs me that people think that show is a Netflix show; I really want to reclaim ownership of it - it's absolutely a Channel 4 show."

Naturally, fans are delighted with the announcement, especially as the release date isn't too far in the future.

As yet plot details are being kept strictly under wraps, but we do know that Jessica Barden (Alyssa) is back as she's already shared a photo of the script on Instagram.

But Alex Lawther, who played, James has kept quiet.

Speaking to Digital Spy in March last year, Lawther said: "Jess [Barden] used to talk about... there are some themes in series one where we're on the beach, and everything's coming to an end.

"She was saying how she would like the second series to start with a musical on the beach - taking a role in a musical version of The End of the F****** World, which I would be completely up for!

"I'm not sure how Charlie [Covell, the series writer] will take that, but we're going to push that idea as far as we can."

Well, I'm not sure about that, pal.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4

Topics: TV and Film, UK Entertainment