Space Force, America’s newest military branch has five months to prove there’s a reason they exist.
America’s newest branch of government is now under a new administration. This administration did not agree with the previous one, to say the least, and they are looking to “fix” things. It is up to General Naird and his underdog team to prove their worth while having to deal with life. Check out what Season 2 has for Space Force in the trailer below.
Space Force Season 2 Trailer
Season 2 looks to pick up where Space Force left off in its first season. If the Space Force team had problems before, now they are on a 5-month deadline under an administration who wants nothing to do with the previous administration’s “ideas.” Outside of work, it seems like everyone has major events going on in their lives. Work lives and personal lives are hard to keep separate, and it’s nearly impossible in the realm of television.
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In addition to the trailer, Netflix also provided some new photos from Season 2. With the photos, it is really evident that this season will advance a lot of relationships among the characters, as well as add new characters. Noticeably absent from the trailer and the images are Lisa Kudrow, who played Mrs. Narid in Season One. As they agreed to have an open marriage for the time being due to her situation, it makes sense she might not be as involved this time around. However, the addition of Patton Oswalt and Tim Meadows is sure to make the absence bearable. For more of what’s to come, check out the gallery below.
Space Force Season 2 returns to Netflix on February 18, 2022. Season 2 will be comprised of 7 episodes. Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Tawny Newsome, Diana Silvers, Jimmy O. Yang and Don Lake will all be returning as series regulars.
Are you excited for Space Force Season 2? What did you think of Season 1? Will this new administration continue funding this new military branch? Let us know what you think in the comments below or on our social media.
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