The End Of The F***ing World Season 2 Is Out Today
After waiting months to see what happened to James and Alyssa, fans will finally get the answers they've all been waiting for.
The highly-anticipated second season of The End of the F***ing World drops on Netflix today (excluding the UK) and fans are bloody excited.
Those in the UK can have also been able to catch it on Channel 4, after the first two episodes aired on Monday evening.
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The TV show is based on the award-winning graphic novel, which followed James (Alex Lawther), a 'self-proclaimed psychopath', and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), a 'foul-mouthed rebel fed-up with her boring life'.
The two embarked on a road trip to find a better life while also escaping the 'impending doom of adulthood', developing a relationship as they took on a series of mishaps together.
The climactic ending to the first series saw James lying on the beach after being shot by police, while Alyssa got bundled off in handcuffs. We didn't get to see the result of the gunshot so Alex could be okay after a bit of medical treatment.
The trailer for season two, which dropped last month, showed Alyssa recalling what happened to her boyfriend James while wedding dress shopping with her mum.
Jessica Barden has revealed what season two holds for her character and it's not what viewers would expect.
Barden told UNILAD: "When Charlie [Covell] explained the whole series to me and what the story was going to be for Alyssa, knowing the Alyssa I played in the first series, I could actually see a tremendous benefit in playing the storyline Charlie had written for her.
"Alyssa was the character people were so used to seeing as very outspoken, and the way she does things as different to other young women."
Barden continued: "I really loved that Charlie wrote something that was not at all what anybody would expect from her.
"I hope that it makes more sense as it goes on why we took that path, but I think it's really important to show how an outgoing character who's going to say everything that comes into their head and be able to protect themselves - sometimes those people struggle just as much as a quieter person might."
The show will hit Netflix later today, giving you all the burning answers that you've been dying to get.
For UK viewers, The End of the F***ing World will also air on Channel 4 from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 November, with the entire series now also ready to watch on All 4.
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