Locke & Key Season 2 — Release Date, Casting, Story, Trailer and Details we know


Season 2 of Locke and Key, based on the best-selling comic books co-created by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, is coming to Netflix. Season 1 introduced us to the Locke family, who were searching for a fresh start and relocated to Keyhouse, a lovely old ancestral mansion. They thought that by coming here, they would be able to cope with the death of their family patriarch Rendall Lock and adjust to a new life in a faraway place.

They immediately learned, however, that they faced even larger challenges after discovering mysterious keys connected to Rendall’s death. The plot follows widow Nina Locke and her children as they struggle to find out what to do following Rendall’s death, experiencing danger along the way.

Season 2 will take up after the dramatic events of Season 1, which saw the family attacked by malicious demons on the hunt for the keys to Rendall’s demise. Is anyone secure now that their identities have been altered and their lives are in jeopardy?

Updates on Release Date

Locke & Key season 2 will be released on Netflix on Friday, October 22nd, just in time for Halloween! The previous season is still available on demand.

Updates on Casting

The confirmed cast includes a number of fan favorites, including the Locke family, who are important to the plot. It’s unclear whether any new faces will join the cast in season 2, but we’ll keep you updated if anything else is confirmed. So far, here is the entire Locke & Key season 2 cast list.

  •         Darby Stanchfield as Nina Locke
  •         Connor Jessup as Tyler Locke
  •         Emilia Jones as Kinsey Locke
  •         Jackson Robert Scott as Bode Locke
  •         Griffin Gluck as Gabe
  •         Laysla De Oliveira as Dodge
  •         Petrice Jones as Scot Cavendish
  •         Genevieve Kang as Jackie Veda

Bill Heck, who plays the Locke family’s deceased father, is also likely to make a surprise appearance since Darby Stanchfield shared an Instagram photo of him on location (Nina Locke).


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Updates on Story

The plot is intended to pick up where the first season left off. The Lockes have been outwitted by the devil, who appeared in the first season as Dodge, Lucas, and Gabe. Not only must the Locke family deal with the reality that they were duped into tossing Ellie into the vacuum beyond the Omega Door by the demon, but Eden appears to be under the power of the demon as well.

Expect a lot more doors, keys, and devils everywhere. Actor Connor Jessup hinted what more keys we could see in season 2 on Instagram, but for fear of spoilers, he covered up the new keys that will appear:


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Other aspects from the comics might appear as well, but when it comes to translating the original material, Hill and Rodriguez aren’t afraid to make modifications. “It needs to function as a TV program,” Hill told Entertainment Weekly when asked about Sam Lesser’s limited involvement and the blending of two main keys in season 1. “It must succeed within the constraints and potential of its own specific shape.” We were always keen to make the comic successful as a comic, and there were things we could do that you couldn’t do in any other media.

Is there any Trailer?

Yes, a Locke & Key teaser trailer was recently posted on Netflix’s official YouTube account. It appears like a major storm is on its way, as it provides us a glimpse of the danger that Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode will face as they uncover more family secrets, pushing them to delve even further into the power and mystery of the keys while striving to keep each other safe.


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