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The Last Bus is a juvenile science-fiction adventure comedy series created and written by Paul Neafcy. Dalton Monkhouse, the eccentric and presumably insane scientist and billionaire, invites the students of Braelawn Academy to a secret launch ceremony. He comes as a gigantic hologram during the event and accuses people of damaging the Earth’s ecosystem.
He then orders his team of A.I. genie orbs to lose, causing billions of people all around the planet to vanish. A group of Braelawn students manages to flee and must now learn to rely on one another in order to survive in this post-apocalyptic world.
‘The Last Bus‘ earned mixed to excellent reviews after its premiere. The youthful cast’s acting, the overall story, and the CGI effects all received high reviews. The first season of the show is now accessible on Netflix. We’ve got you covered if you’ve already seen it and are wondering if there will be a second season.
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Release Date for Season 2 of ‘The Last Bus’
Season 1 of ‘The Last Bus’ launched on Netflix on April 1, 2022. It consists of ten 30- to 40-minute episodes. This is what you need to know about Season 2.
Neither the show’s producers nor Netflix management has confirmed the second season’s development. Netflix, on the other hand, is recognised for promoting new films, particularly those aimed at a younger audience. The streaming behemoth has produced many seasons of ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Cobra Kai’ throughout the years.
These two shows, like ‘The Last Bus,’ revolve around young characters and rely heavily on the audience’s sense of nostalgia. Their success most likely demonstrated to Netflix execs that such a project could appeal to a large audience. If ‘The Last Bus’ achieves the same level of popularity as ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Cobra Kai,’ it has a good chance of being renewed for a second season.
And if that happens in the coming months, season 2 of ‘The Last Bus’ might be released in 2023.
Who Could Be in the Cast of The Last Bus Season 2?
- Daniel Frogson (Tom),
- Lauryn Ajufo (Misha),
- Phoebe De Silva (Sophie),
- Nathanael Saleh (Josh),
- Moosa Mostafa (Nas),
- Carys John (Bethan),
- Marlie Morrelle (Chelsea)
- Robert Sheehan (Dalton Monkhouse),
- Curtis Kantsa (Danny),
- Tom Basden (Mr. Short),
- Laura Crowhurst (Frank),
- Lara McDonnell (Lucy),
- Amber-Ros (the puppeteer for Borb, the genie orb).
In the upcoming season 2, the majority of the cast members will likely reprise their roles, with new cast members joining them.
What Could the Plot of ‘The Last Bus’ Season 2 Be?
The characters discover Monkhouse within a secret facility hidden in his house in the season finale. They learn that no one was vaporised or killed, including their parents. Instead, Monkhouse used the orbs to send them to a secret facility where they would be kept in stasis pods for at least 100 years.
Each of these structures has the capacity to shelter a hundred million people. Danny’s existence is revealed. He appears with Lucy, who appears to be Monkhouse’s child. The protagonists eventually make their way out using the Nexus Key, a piece of technology that Monkhouse used to control everything at his corporation.
Before the molecular implosion sequence ends and the house is vaporised, Danny reunites with his pals, and Lucy escapes as well. Monkhouse has ended up on a beach at the conclusion of the season.
Lucy might discover a means to get the Nexus Key from the heroes in the next season 2 and cause difficulties for them. The characters will most likely locate one of the sleeping facilities and attempt to awaken the unfortunate victims. Monkhouse will try to reclaim the Nexus Key and dispatch the orbs in pursuit of the heroes.
Watch full episodes of ‘The Last Bus’ Season 1 on Netflix right now.
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