Rejoice! Love Me is the latest Australian TV show to have a second season confirmed.
The next series of everyone’s favourite romantic-drama is officially underway.
Love Me is a compelling six-part show which explores the highs and lows of modern love across different perspectives of Mathieson family members.
Season One became available to viewers to stream on BINGE from late December last year, so many fans are patiently waiting for another season.
Love Me Season 2 Release Date:
On the eve of Logie Night, the official BINGE twitter account confirmed that the series will be returning to our screens.
Fall in love all over again: Love Me will return for a second season on BINGE. #LoveMeOnBINGE pic.twitter.com/4Ejp2rai2j— BINGE (@binge) June 18, 2022
The series was nominated for seven Logie awards, including both Most Popular and Most Outstanding Drama Series.
“Fall in Love all over again” the announcement post read with delighted fans eagerly commenting their excitement in the comment section.
Season One was released on Boxing Day last year, but no information has yet been revealed on the release of the new series.
Love Me Season 2 Cast:
Season One featured an exceptional cast, including Hugo Weaving starring in a main role as Glen. Both Weaving and Bojana Novakovic, who plays Clara, received nominations for Most Popular Actor and Actress at this year's Logie Awards.
Will Lodder, who stars as Aaron, also received a nomination in the Most Popular New Talent category.
Season Two will continue to explore all the adventures and encounters that love brings the Mathieson family, so fingers crossed this stellar cast all return.
Love Me Season 2 Plot
Managing Director of BINGE, Michael Brooks, exclaimed that he was thrilled to announce that a second season has been commissioned.
He hinted to fans that the lives of the Mathieson family are about to get “even more complicated”.
So by the sounds of it, fans can expect another riveting season of romance and drama when Season Two eventually returns to our screens!
Featured Image Credit: Sarah Enticknap / Binge
Topics: TV and Film, Australia