Raising Dion 2 is an American exemplar drama streaming television series that launch on October 4, 2019, on Netflix. In January 2020, Netflix resumed the series for a second season.
Netflix released the first season of Raising Dion in October 2019, keeping us with a few narrow getaways that cry out for a second season. Here’s everything we assemble together about the future of the series. Raising Dion is one of Netflix’s agreeable sci-fi offerings. Story lined in the comic book and short film of the same name by Dennis Liu, the series follows single mom Nicole (Alisha Wainwright) and son Dion (Ja’Siah Young) as they give out with the loss of Dion’s father, Mark (Michael B. Jordan).
An already complicated situation becomes impossible when Dion begins to manifest supernatural powers, from the Matilda-esque capability to levitate his cereal to the capacity to teleport out of risky situations. Like any good “strange powers appearing out of nowhere” drama, Nicole must protect Dion from risky situations, like strange enemies or agencies looking for the chance to research his abilities, alongside her husband’s best friend, Pat (Jason Ritter).
Raising Dion Season 2 Release Date
When will it launch? Season two has been officially launched by Netflix, with co-creator and regulate Carol Barbee back on board for the show’s second chapter. Jordan will also be tagged end as executive producer. Presently, you are able to watch “Raising Dion – Season 2” streaming on Netflix. Season two has been officially established by Netflix, with co-creator and showrunner Carol Barbee back on board for the show’s second chapter.
There isn’t currently a release date here on the table, but given that innumerable publications delineate that production was set to kick off in January this year, we’re going to be waiting quite a while. The declaration was made via a video featuring Senegalese artist Bou Bou painting a portrait of Dion and his mum Nicole.
Raising Dion Season 2 Cast
The key players coped to survive the events of the series’ debut run, so all of the following will be back: Dion (Ja’Siah Young), Nicole (Alisha Wainwright), Esperanza (Sammi Haney), Suzanne (Ali Ahn), and auntie Kat (Jazmyn Simon). We’d also expect Jordan to return as Dion’s father Mark, and hopefully, we get to see Charlotte (Deirdre Lovejoy) again.
Raising Dion season one to hurl a lot of different ideas at its loyal audience, creating almost as many plot elements as Dion had powers, which means there are several loose ends to fuse together using laser vision (or something) in season two.