“Heels” has been one of television’s biggest surprises this year. The wrestling-themed drama, created by “Loki” head writer Michael Waldron, stars “Arrow” alum Stephen Amell and “Vikings” star Alexander Ludwig as two brothers who compete in their father’s wrestling promotion in Georgia and deal with the drama that ensues.
The show received critical acclaim, with Rotten Tomatoes giving it a 96 percent certified Fresh rating. It was also quickly renewed for a second season.
Along with other shows like the historical romance “Outlander” and the sequel series “Power Book II: Ghost,” it appears that Starz has found another hit, and who knows — maybe this series will be considered for an Emmy next year.
Fans have been clamoring for more of the Spade family’s story since the Season 1 finale aired on October 10, 2021. Here’s a handy reference guide to everything we know so far about the upcoming second season of “Heels.”
Heels Season 2 Is It Renewed?
Current Show Status Heels Season 2 has been officially renewed for a second season in 2022.
Heels Season 2 Expected Release Date
The release date for Heels Season 2 has been confirmed by Starz for 2022. Heels have been renewed for a second season by Starz, following the success of the first season, which premiered in the summer.
For the second season of The Walking Dead, Trey Tucker and Robby Ramos have been promoted from recurring roles to series regular roles, playing Bobby Pin and Diego Cottonmouth, respectively. The first batch of products will be available the following year.
Heels Season 2 Expected Cast
We may expect that the previous season of heels cast members has been returned. Alison Luff (New Amsterdam), Mary McCormack (The Kids Are Alright), Kelli Berglund (Now Apocalypse), Allen Maldonado (Project Power), two-time Super Bowl champion James Harrison Jr, Roxton Garcia (Arrow), and Chris Bauer, the drama also stars Mary McCormack, Kelli Berglund, Allen Maldonado, James Harrison Jr, Roxton Garcia, and Chris Bauer (True Blood). Trey Tucker as Bobby Pin and Robby Ramos as Diego Cottonmouth have both been promoted from recurring to series regular roles for Season 2.
Along with Waldron, Peter Segal, who directed several episodes of Season 1 and is also an executive producer, joins Julie Yorn, Christopher Donnelly, and Patrick Walmsley on the show’s executive production committee. Additionally, Mike O’Malley returns for the second season, reprising his role as Charlie Gully, in addition to serving as showrunner and executive producer. Heels is a television series created by Lionsgate TV in conjunction with Paramount Television Studios for STARZ.
Heels Season 1 Recap
Season 1 of “Heels” concluded with Crystal being crowned champion of the DWL and Ace and Jack being at odds with one another. Jack’s marriage to Staci is also on the rocks at this point as well.
This upcoming season appears to be mostly focused on Staci, as well as Jack’s attempts to rehabilitate himself in the eyes of both his brother and his wife.
In addition, there has been talking over whether Ace may end up abandoning the DWL, even if it is for a brief amount of time because the program would be significantly diminished without him in the ring.
According to Deadline, Mike O’Malley will return as showrunner and executive producer for Season 2 of The Walking Dead.
He will also make a cameo appearance as Florida Wrestling Dystopia promoter Charlie Gully, which will be his third time doing so.
Michael Waldron, the series’ original creator, writer, and executive producer, will also return to the project while simultaneously working with Marvel Studios and LucasFilm.
Where To Watch Heels Season 2
Heels Season 1 is currently available to watch on Starz and Hulu. Heels season 2 also streams on Starz and Hulu.
Heels Season 2 Trailer Updates
There is no official trailer for heels season 2 yet it may arrive soon. you can watch the season 1 trailer given below.