Through the trailer for the second season, Netflix has announced the debut day of the new episodes of Locke & Key. What are Dodge’s plans going to be, now that he’s got hold of Gabe? Who is the mysterious creature that has taken control of Eden? The answers to many of these questions will be given in the second season of Locke & Key.
The trailer of the second season from Locke & Key released by Netflix reveals the release date of the new episodes: the 22 October. So, it doesn’t take long to discover i Dodge plans, which has taken possession of Gabe, and the fate of Eden.
Locke & Key is an American TV series, created by Joe Hill and based on the homonymous comic book series of the same creator. There first seasonand was released on Netflix in February 2020. Below is the trailer from Locke & Key 2.
Locke & Key: the plot
Locke & Key tells the story of three Locke brothers they move in with their mother in the home of their ancestors, following the murder of his father. Here they find some magic keys able to give them different powers and abilities.
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There second season will start from twist who had finished the previous season: the Dodge demon he had managed to escape the brothers’ attack and was ready to continue his hunt for the keys after taking possession of Gabe’s body. Meanwhile a new one mysterious entity had entered the body of Eden.
As we understand from the teaser, Dodge / Gabe will be ready to do anything for the power that has been denied him, even forge himself of the new magic keys.
As in the previous season, the same performers will play the protagonists:
- Darby Stanchfield in the role of mother Nina Locke;
- Connor Jessup as Tyler Locke;
- Emilia Jones as Kinsey Locke;
- Jackson Robert Scott as Bode Locke;
- Petrice Jones as Scot Cavendish;
- Bill Heck as Rendell Locke;
- Thomas Mitchell Barnett as Sam Lesser;
- Coby Bird as Rufus Whedon;
- Jesse Camacho as Doug Brazelle;
- Asha Bromfield as Zadie Wells;
- Griffin Gluck in the role of Gabe;
- Hallea Jones in the role of Eden;
- Aaron Ashmore as Duncan Locke;
- Liyuo Abere as Jamie Bennett;
- Brendan Hines in the role of Josh Bennett.
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