The official trailer for Season 2 of the teen survival show “The Wilds,” premiering this spring on Amazon’s Prime Video, has been revealed.

Sarah Streicher’s “The Wilds” follows a group of young girls as they struggle to make it on a mysterious isolated island after surviving an aircraft accident.

When is the Wilds Season 2 Coming Out

Women’s empowerment programme Dawn of Eve director Gretchen Klein (Rachel Griffiths) has the eight teenagers involved in a bizarre social experiment.

The girls stranded on the island are played by Sophia Ali, Shannon Berry, Jenna Clause, Reign Edwards, Mia Healey, Helena Howard, Erana James, and Sarah Pidgeon, and FBI agents David Sullivan and Troy Winbush appear in flashforwards after the group is rescued.

In Season 2 of “The Wilds,” the girls find out about a second island where a fake crash involving a bunch of adolescent guys took place.

The series will compare the eight males’ group tensions and challenges with those of the primary group of girls, played by Zack Calderon, Aidan Laprete, Nicholas Coombe, Charles Alexander, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, Reed Shannon, Tanner Ray Rook, and Alex Fitzalan.

In the preview, a voiceover says, “I’ve got a terrific story for you.” As the old saying goes, “Once upon a time, two plane crashes were faked. Everyone who was a victim was dosed and then left on two separate islands. Double eights on either side. Although it was possible that figure would change.

In addition to Amy Harris, Streicher serves as an executive producer for “The Wilds.” The series is a co-production between Amazon Studios and ABC Signature, with executive producers including the late Jamie Tarses of FanFare and Dylan Clark of Dylan Clark Productions.


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Written by Michael Connelly, the series is based on the second book in the same series, “The Brass Verdict,” which follows attorney Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) as he defends a Hollywood magnate accused of killing his wife and her lover.

Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Christopher Gorham, Krista Warner, Michael Graziadei, and Jamie McShane star in reoccurring roles alongside Neve Campbell, Becki Newton, Jazz Raycole, and Angus Sampson in the main cast.

David E. Kelley adapted the series, and he serves as an EP alongside showrunner Ted Humphrey, Michael Connelly, and Ross Fineman. Check out the first photos from the show, which Netflix has also made available.

Concerts Honors

David Pogue, a journalist for the New York Times and CBS Sunday Morning, will host the 73rd annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards, as announced by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Rich Little, a star of film, television, and the stage, will also be joining the cast. The Pioneers awards will be presented by Little. On April 25, the awards ceremony will take place at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.

Comcast’s XClass TV and Xfinity Flex users can now access a subset of the STREAMING Discovery, Inc.’s TV Everywhere Go apps. In addition to HGTV Go, TLC Go, Food Network Go, Discovery Go, and ID Go, customers now have easier access to these and other popular streaming services.

These apps are voice-activated, so all a user has to do is utter the app’s name into the remote control of their XClass TV or Flex.

G4, the network aimed at celebrating comedy, gaming and popular culture, has launched its linear G4 channel on YouTube TV. Legacy shows including “Ninja Warrior,” “Attack the Show!” and “Xplay,” along with the rest of G4’s library, will be available to platform subscribers.

E-sports events and interviews, as well as original programming like “Name Your Price” and “Scott the Woz,” are all available to fans.

Broadcasting of live theatre performances The musical “Little Women” is coming to BroadwayHD on April 21.

The musical “Little Women” is based on the novel by Allan Knee and features music and lyrics by Grammy Award winner Jason Howland and award-winning lyricist Mindi Dickstein.

Bronagh Lagan directed the musical, with Nik Corrall (set and costume design) and Leo Munby (musical direction). Katy Lipson filmed the musical for Aria Entertainment at the Park Theatre in London’s West End. Bonnie Comley, Stewart F. Lane, and Gio Messale serve as executive producers for BroadwayHD on this project.

When is the Wilds Season 2 Coming Out

Apple TV Plus has already confirmed that the second season of the surfing docuseries “Make or Break” will air. It’s a docuseries about the best surfers in the world and their quest for the World Surf League Championship Tour.

Kelly Slater, Stephanie Gilmore, Gabriel Medina, Tyler Wright, Italo Ferreira, and Tatiana Weston-Webb are just some of the surfers profiled on the show.

The first season takes place during the 2021 Tour, and the second, currently in production, will take place during the 2022 Tour.

James Gay-Rees, Paul Martin, WSL CEO Erik Logan, and Ryan Holcomb serve as executive producers for the series, which is produced by Box to Box Films in association with the WSL. The debut of the first season will take place on April 29.