The Night Agent Season 2: Production has started – new episodes in 2024!

"The Night Agent" was a surprise success in 2023. Shortly after its launch, the series was renewed by Netflix for a second season. This has now been in production since February 2024.

  • Netflix renewed the series “The Night Agent” for a second season shortly after the start of season 1.
  • Peter Sutherland is traveling abroad for the new episodes.
  • The new episodes are due to be released in 2024.

The first season of “The Night Agent” was launched on Netflix in March 2023. Just one week after its launch, the thriller series has already been renewed for a second season.

The Night Agent Season 2: Release Date

There is currently no exact start date for “The Night Agent” season 2. However, when the new episodes were officially announced, streaming giant Netflix revealed that the sequel is still scheduled for 2024.

Production of season 2 started in February 2024, which is why we assume that we won’t see the new episodes until fall or winter 2024.

The Night Agent Season 2: Trailer

“The Night Agent” season 2 does not yet have an official trailer. However, Netflix confirmed at “Next on Netflix 2024” that the new episodes will be released this year. There were a few sneak peeks to accompany this announcement.

The Night Agent Season 2: Plot

“The Night Agent” is about FBI agent Peter Sutherland, who uncovers a conspiracy in the White House. His first clue was the attack on cyber expert Rose Larkin. Together they manage to track down the conspirators and prevent an assassination attempt on the President.

The finale of the first season clears up all the questions asked and yet we are left clueless. After Peter says goodbye to Rose at the airport, he gets on the plane and receives all the information about his next assignment. What exactly he is supposed to do remains hidden from us at first. However, it seems that Peter Sutherland has to go abroad for his new mission. Could he possibly meet Chelsea Arrington there again?

Exact details of what will happen in the 10 new episodes have not yet been shared. However, in an interview with “Collider” magazine, series creator Shawn Ryan reveals that he is planning a new location with a new mission and new characters for season 2.

“I always knew that I wanted each season to be a mostly standalone story. In this case, the center of gravity was Washington D.C. and the White House, and it had this host of characters, but for the most part, we answered most questions and we’ve settled what happened in that. Hopefully, that’s a really satisfying journey for the audience. In a Season 2, if we do one, I think it would be a whole new location with a whole new set of problems, and a small number of characters from Season 1 would be part of that, but mostly new characters would be surrounding them. And then, that would tell a one-season story. I wasn’t interested in doing a thing serialized thing and ending on some cliffhanger in Season 1, relating to everything that was happening in Season 1. I think there’s only so much patience your audience has, for all of that. So, to be able to say that we’re gonna determine the fates and answer the questions of everything within these 10 episodes, gives the show the propulsion that helps make it work, and we would try to bring that to a potential Season 2, as well.”

Season 1 of “The Night Agent” is based on the novel of the same name by author Matthew Quirk. Although the book is part of a series, each volume tells the story of different characters. Unfortunately, it is therefore not possible to look into the future based on the original. It is possible that the story of one of the other books with Peter as the protagonist will be taken over, but completely new adventures are also possible.

The Night Agent Season 2: Cast

The main roles of Peter and Rose were played by Gabriel Basso (“The Big C…and Now Me”) and Luciane Buchanan (“Under the Vines”) in the first season of “The Night Agent”. Hong Chau, who was nominated for an Oscar for “The Whale”, played the role of Diane Farr.

The first season also featured Sarah Desjardins (“Yellowjackets”), Fola Evans-Akingbola (“Mysterious Mermaids”), Eve Harlow (“Star Trek: Discovery“), Enrique Murciano (“Without a Trace”), Phoenix Raei (“The Heights”) and DB Woodside (“Lucifer”).

Only a few actors from season 1 are set to return for season 2. This is partly because some characters, such as Peter’s friend Cisco (Curtis Lum), have died or because they will no longer be relevant to the further course of the plot, and only Luciane Buchanan as Rose Larkin has been confirmed to return.

In an interview with US magazine “Entertainment Weekly“, lead actor Basso spoke about Rose’s whereabouts and the challenges his character faces within his newfound relationship even before the official announcement of her return.

“Also, out of a desire to protect Rose, would he involve her in this life that might put her at risk? Selfishly, I’m sure he’d want her around, but it would be dangerous. A lot of thought has to be put into what it means to have that job and be that person that’s able to drop everything and go. You can’t really have things, like family, that most people would want to have.”

Already confirmed for the second season of “The Night Agent” is Amanda Warren (“Gossip Girl (2021)”) as Catherine Weaver, a veteran of the Night Agent program who trains new agents, including Peter Sutherland. Brittany Snow (“Almost Family”), Teddy Sears (“The Flash”), Arienne Mandi (“The L Word: Generation Q”), Louis Herthum (“Periphery”) and Berto Colon (“Power Book II: Ghost”) are also now officially a part of “The Night Agent”.

The Night Agent Season 2: Production

“The Night Agent” is based on the novel of the same name by author Matthew Quirk. The idea for the series came from producer and screenwriter Shawn Ryan. In the first season, he also acted as executive producer alongside Marney Hochman from MiddKid Productions, Seth Gordon and Julia Gunn from Exhibit A, Jamie Vanderbilt, William Sherak, Paul Neinstein and Nicole Tossou from Project X and David Beaubaire from Sunset Lane Media.

Following the renewal of his series, Shawn Ryan commented on “The Night Agent” in an official Netflix statement.

“This past week has been a whirlwind. We were finally able to share “The Night Agent” with the world. Seeing the tremendous response to the show has been a great pleasure and is an honor for our cast, our writers, our directors, our crew and our partners at Sony Pictures Television and Netflix. We couldn’t be prouder or more excited to get started on Season 2 and share the continued adventures of Night Action with our newfound fans.”

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