Pieces of Her, a Netflix series about Andy Oliver’s epic adventure to uncover her mother’s complex past, is a must-watch for fans of detective dramas.
We learn there’s more to veteran support worker Laura than meets the eye throughout eight episodes, and she appears happy to finally get it off her chest after 30 years of living a lie.
But, as she reclaims her identity as Jane Queller after all this time, there are the few cliffhangers that will need to be addressed in season two.
Is there a chance we’ll get one?
Get to know about future about this show.
When will the second season of Pieces of Her premiere?
Season two is still yet to be revealed, and whether it will return or not will most likely be determined by the performance of the first season.
Because the series is based on a book by Karin Slaughter, it should have a conclusion.
That does not appear to be true here. Behind Her Eyes, When They See Us, and The Queen’s Gambit are all instances of shows that are branded as “limited series” on the streaming service.
The show isn’t promoted as a separate novel, despite the fact that the book is. Season one is titled as such, implying that there are at least some initial ideas for season two.
We’ll keep you updated as quickly as we discover more.
Who is in the cast of Pieces of Her season 2?
Toni Collette will almost certainly reprise her role as Jane Queller if season two is approved (formerly known in witness protection as Laura Oliver).
Bella Heathcote, who plays Andrea or Andy, her daughter, will almost certainly return as she tries to figure out who her mother is.
Jessica Barden, who is well remembered for her part in The End Of The F***ing World, plays a young Jane who becomes involved with the cult-like terrorist group Army of the Changing World. We’ll probably see her on our televisions again if there are flashbacks.
Joe Dempsie, who plays the attractive Nick Harp, the charismatic head of the Army of the Changing World, will join Jessica on set. During their time together, the two had a connection, and he is Andy’s biological father.
Aaron Jeffrey plays this position in the present-day timeline, and given that he’s now in prison and being on the run for 30 years for a crime Jane committed, you can guess he’ll have some thoughts he’ll want to express.
Finally, David Wenham, who plays Jane’s manipulative and politically powerful older brother, Jasper, rounds out the alleged cast.
In a bit, I’ll tell you more about him…
What will happen in the second season of Pieces of Her?
If season two happens, it appears that there will be a clear thread to follow: the fallout between Jane and her brother Jasper.
Since they were children, Jasper has been focused on his work and has earned a reputation as a politician who cares.
However, viewers are aware of his dark secrets, including the fact that he was involved in and helped plan the PR stunt in Oslo that killed his father.
Furthermore, after listening to Nick’s police statement, he realizes that the assassination was never meant – but Jane, she was pregnant at the time, changed plans with the attacker at the last minute, even giving her the gun.
Originally, it was planned as a PR stunt for their far-left organization, Army of the Changing World, with a dye pack scheduled to burst on the pharmaceutical tycoon, covering him in crimson dye and making him humiliated to symbolize the blood on his hands.
He promised Jane he knew everything and that he’d “be in touch.”
Jane hopes to return to a normal life that is truly hers now that her secret background is largely out in the light.
But with her powerful brother looming above her… That doesn’t appear to be a possibility anytime soon.
When will the second season of Pieces of Her be released?
Not yet, at least! We’ll have to wait a lot longer, especially since season two hasn’t been confirmed yet.
But don’t worry; we’ll keep you up to date on everything we can.
Pieces of Her is now streaming on Netflix.