Viewers of Bodies (2023) are curious about whether or not a second season of the show will happen on Netflix. Bodies is a crime-thriller series based on the DC Vertigo comic book of the same name.

Here’s all the Bodies Season 2 release date information we know so far, and all the details on when it is coming out.

Is there a Bodies Season 2 release date?

Bodies Season 2 does not have a release date and there is a chance that it could not happen.

The reason why Bodies Season 2 would not happen is because the series was envisioned as a limited series or miniseries and the storyline of the show was completed by the end of the first season.

However, Paul Tomalin, the creator of the series revealed in an interview with Radiotimes.com that they did not rule out a second season’s possibility. However, he also mentioned that he and the rest of the cast and crew of Bodies owed it to the audience to end the story where it was necessary and that it would not be wise to drag the show on for more seasons. He also stated that he wanted to give audiences a satisfactory feeling of having completed a show after having watched the first and only season.

Bodies’ cast includes Jacob Fortune-Lloyd as Charles Whiteman, Shira Haas as Iris Maplewood, Amaka Okafor as Shahara Hassan, Kyle Soller as Alfred Hillinghead, Greta Scacchi as The Lady, Stephen Graham as Mannix, Tom Mothersdale as Gabriel Defoe, Synnøve Karlsen as Polly Hillinghead, and George Parker as Henry Ashe, among other cast members. Paul Tomalin is the creator of Bodies.

Where is Bodies Season 2 coming out?

Bodies Season 2 isn’t confirmed to release on Netflix anytime soon.

The official synopsis for Bodies reads:

“One victim, found dead on a London street. Four detectives, in four different time periods, must solve the mystery to protect Britain’s future.”


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