Back in September 2019, the sci-fi psychological thriller series titled The Feed premiered on Virgin TV Ultra HD. Later in November 2019, the episodes of the series also released on Amazon Prime Video. The series is inspired by the best selling novels of Nick Clark Windo of the identical name. Channing Powell is the creator of the sci-fi series.
It features stars like Michelle Fairley, Nina Toussaint-White, Guy Burnet, and David Thewlis in the lead roles. The series focused on a man who invented a type of brain implant that makes people share thoughts and emotions, and later it fell into the wrong hands. The series received excellent reviews from the audiences, and now everyone is asking if they will get a second season or not. So keep reading to know more:
The bad news is the sci-fi psychological series is not renewed for the second season. Virgin Media did not give the green light to more episodes of the series. Usually, the networks considered good ratings and the viewership, so on the basis of these features, the network will order a new season.
We are expecting that we will surely get a new season as the first season ended with a cliffhanger. There is still many things left to tell, and the season one only reveals the story from the first part of the novel. Channing Powell also earlier said that he is expecting the season 2 to happen.
It is tough to tell a release date for season 2 as it does not officially get the green light. If Virgin Media renews the series for another season, it will take a long time to release because of coronavirus pandemic. Nowadays, many networks and streaming giants postponing production on many projects for safety purposes.
As per the sources, if series renews then it will arrive in 2022. We will notify you if any new update will appear.
We are expecting these stars to appear in the potential season 2:
- Michelle Fairley as Meredith Hatfield
- Nina Toussaint-White as Kate Hatfield
- Guy Burnet as Thomas Edward “Tom” Hatfield
- Jeremy Neumark Jones as Ben Hatfield
- Clare-Hope Ashitey as Evelyn “Evie” Kern
- Osy Ikhile as Maxwell Jeremiah “Max” Vaughn
- Shaquille Ali-Yebuah as Danny Morris
- Chris Reilly as Gil Tomine
- Jing Lusi as Miyu Hatfield
- David Thewlis as Lawrence Emmanuel Hatfield
- Tanya Moodie as Sue Cole