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Light as a Feather Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Cast, Trailer And More

Light as a Feather Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Cast, Trailer And More

Fans of teen horror series Light as a Feather can finally rejoice as the second season is right around the corner and will soon be available for streaming at Hulu. We’ve got all the juicy details and bits that faithful followers of the show have been itching to digest.

What is Light As A Feather?

Light as a Feather is a teen horror thriller series that is based on author Zoe Arsen’s self-published Wattpad story which is said to be the first of a series to accumulate around 5.7 million reads allegedly.

The story of the show revolves around five teenage girls who decide to play the eponymous “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board,” a supernatural slumber party levitation game. Little did they know, they were dabbling with real and deadly forces resulting in horrible consequences that could ultimately spell the end of their lives. When the girls begin to die as the game predicted, the survivors have to figure out why exactly are they being targeted and realize if the forces of evil that are haunting them, is of their own doing.

Light As A Feather Season 2 Plot Details (Spoilers!)

Light As A Feather

From the aftermath of season 1, main character McKenna will continue to fight for her survival against the horrific eponymous game Light as a Feather as she is presently “fighting against a ticking clock compelling her to play along.”

Apart from that Haley Ramm and Brianne Tju who played two of the main teen girls Violet Simmons and Alex Portnoy are confirmed to reprise their roles. Creator R. Lee Fleming Jr. will continue being the showrunner, writer and executive producer.

The Cast for Light As A Feather Season 2

Light As A Feather

Below is a list of actors who have been confirmed to reprise their roles for season 2 according to TV Series Finale:

Liana Liberato as McKenna Brady: McKenna is a shy and popular high school senior student and child of divorce. She has to continue dealing with the supernatural evil forces of the wicked game Light as a Feather. Liberato is also known for playing the younger version of Amanda from 2014 film 'The Best of Me'.
Haley Ramm as Violet Simmons: Violet is a new character who recently moved into town. She is one of the five teen girls who participate in the titular game and has to endure the fatal consequences just like the other main leads. Ramm also played a younger version of Jean Grey from in ‘X-Men: The Last Stand'.
Brianne Tju as Alex Portnoy: Alex is a popular tomboy and dancer. She is known for roles in other popular shows including 'Scream: The TV Series' (2015), 'R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour' (2010) and 'Grey's Anatomy' (2005).
Jordan Rodrigues as Trey Emory: The next door neighbor of McKenna
Brent Rivera as Isaac Salcedo: A popular high school senior and Olivia's boyfriend
Dylan Sprayberry as Henry Richmond: An athletic college student and Olivia's older brother

New Cast Members
Season 2 will introduce a slew of new faces including:

Katelyn Nacon (The Walking Dead) as “Sammi.”
Froy Gutierrez (Teen Wolf) as “Ridge.”
Adriyan Rae (Atlanta) as “Peri.”
Alisa Allapach (The 15:17 to Paris) as “Amanda.”
Kira Kosarin (The Thundermans) as “Nadia.”
Alex Wassabi (Wassabi) as “Luke.”
Robyn Lively (Teen Witch) as “Deb.”
Alan & Alex Stokes (Brobot).

Trailer

To get fans rolling on the hype train, Hulu has released a terrifying teaser for season 2. It shows McKenna returning where the first season left off, practicing the levitation game and chanting the titular game’s lines as she attempts to levitate a young boy’s body off of the ground. But the moment the boy’s body floats a little bit higher from the ground, McKenna’s voice quivers and she says, "He's dying; he's dead." You can check out the teaser trailer right here:



 

 

Release Date & Number of Episodes

Fans of Light as a Feather need not wait any longer as the second season is barely a month away from now when it drops at Hulu on July 26, 2019. And to make it really special, the showrunners have decided to roll out 16 episodes for the new season instead of just 10 like the last one.

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