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When is the black comedy Dead to Me season 2 coming back on Netflix. Release Date, Plot, Cast & Everything you need to know

A Netflix’s black comedy starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini Dead to me which has rocked Netflix with its comedy and some plot twists and which ended on a cliffhanger which released this year in May 2019 has confirmed to release back with season 2 the next year in 2020.

The main source to confirm that Netflix has confirmed to pick up the show for season two is Christina Applegate’s Twitter post. Yes, recently Christina has posted a picture with her Co-star Linda Cardellini captioning it “My girl, we got more time together,” she wrote. “I love you.”

When Netflix is going to drop dead to me season 2?

When is the black comedy Dead to Me season 2 coming back on Netflix. Release Date, Plot, Cast & Everything you need to know
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This is just a month ago when the season one of Dead To Me was released and with less than one month Netflix has confirmed the renewal of the series by dropping the season 2.

The season one of the dead to me was released in May 2019 and soon the production of Dead To Me season 2 is going to start soon and we can expect that we can enjoy the second season next year and with ongoing plans, the season can release in spring or summer of 2019.

What is going to happen in Dead to me season 2

The story of season 2 will carry on with the ending of season one. Season one ended with a cliffhanger where the Jen and Judy are standing near Judy’s ex-fiance’s dead body and Jen was the one who has shot him.

About the season 2 story creator Liz Feldman has said that is not exactly what it looks like that “Netflix will have to order a season two for us all to find out” whether or not Jen killed Steve.

“There’s an evening of the score and there’s a rebalancing that will take place and almost, in some ways, a role reversal,” Feldman told The Hollywood Reporter. “This show will always be a show that explores the dark sides and the light sides of grief, loss, forgiveness, and friendship. So suffice to say, there will be more darkness.”