“First Kill”, will it have season 2 on Netflix?

  • This LGBTQ+ teen series has caught the audience of the streaming platform.
  • “First Kill” addressed his story in a total of eight episodes.
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As soon as he got to Netflixon June 10, 2022, “First Kill” has become one of the series more views of the streaming platform for its plot; and it is not for less, because the forbidden love story of two young girls immediately caught the public, who as soon as they watched the first episode, they already finished watching its eight chapters.

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Because several questions have remained in the air, his followers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of a second season, but will it really happen? If you are also one of those who is waiting for the launch of a new installment, we will tell you what is known so far.

The romance between Calliope and Juliette has caught the audience of the streaming platform (Photo: Netflix)

WILL THERE BE A NEW SEASON OF “FIRST KILL”?

As a result of the LGBTQ+ romance Netflix has hooked lovers of vampire dramas, there are many who have been left wanting to see moreespecially since at the end of the first season several things were put on hold, opening the possibility of it being renewed.

Until now, no one has commented on the arrival of installment two of “First Kill”but considering that the fantasy series was only released a few days ago, as usual Netflix will wait a few weeks or months to announce whether it will continue or not.

Assuming that the streaming platform opt for a second part, this would only arrive in 2023. We will only have to wait for the official pronouncement to calm our anxieties.

In "First Kill", the attraction between these girls will be stronger than their convictions (Photo: Netflix)
In “First Kill”, the attraction between these girls will be stronger than their convictions (Photo: Netflix)

WHY “FIRST SKILL” SHOULD HAVE A SEASON 2?

WATCH OUT! SPOILER ALERT. If we analyze part of the end of installment one of “First Kill”, many questions remained in the air, implying that the answers will be found in a second season.

Before revealing how the series ended, we need to tell you that it was based on the story of the same name, by VE Schwab, and just like in it, it deals with the lives of two teenagers who fall madly in love, although there is a problem: Juliette is a vampire and Calliope is a vampire hunter.

In "First Kill", Juliette is played by Sarah Catherine Hook, while Calliope by Imani Lewis (Photo: Netflix)
In “First Kill”, Juliette is played by Sarah Catherine Hook, while Calliope by Imani Lewis (Photo: Netflix)

What happened in “First Kill 1″?

Among other things, Juliette accidentally turns Calliope’s dying brother Theo into a vampire.something that completely upset her making their relationship even more tense.

Because of that, Theo must run from his loved ones, as his father has sworn to kill him.. Now he lives with Oliver, Juliette’s brother.

On the other hand, the vampire family is also going through a very difficult situation with Elinorwho has serious problems with the law and ends up in prison. As a result, his mother is called to testify in a trial, obviously vampiric.

But what really blew everyone away was the end of Juliette and Calliope’s courtship. Is this the end of a romance that tried to fight everything and everyone?

WHO ARE THE ACTORS OF “FIRST SKILL”?

protagonists

  • Sarah Catherine Hook as Juliette
  • Imani Lewis as Calliope

Rest of the cast

  • Gracie Dzienny as Elinor
  • Phillip Mullings Jr. as Theo
  • Dylan McNamara as Oliver
  • Aubin Wise as Talia
  • Elizabeth Mitchell as Margot
  • Will Swenson as Sebastian
  • Jason Robert Moore as Jack
  • Dominic Goodman as Apollo
  • Walnette Marie Santiago as Carmen
  • Jonas Dylan Allen as Ben Wheeler

RECEPTION OF “FIRST SKILL”

Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 50% with an average rating of 6.2/10, based on 14 critic reviews.

Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 47 out of 100 based on 7 critics, indicating “mixed or average reviews”.

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