Little Fires Everywhere is a television adaptation of Celeste Ng’s best-selling novel. It centers around two mothers, Pearl and Elena, who come from different backgrounds. Pearl is a Black artist with a buried past while Elena is a white woman who has a picture-perfect family. The series opened to raved reviews from fans and critics alike. So much so that the drama became Hulu’s most-watched series since its premiere in March 2020. Though the series had a cliffhanger in its final episode, there is still no news for season two of Little Fires Everywhere. So, is there a possibility of a sequel to this tv drama? Here’s what we know so far about Season 2 of Little Fires Everywhere.
Little Fires Everywhere Season 2 Release date: When will it be out?
With no solid information regarding the series’ renewal, it is difficult to anticipate when it will be available to stream. That said, fans have to wait long until a sequel is officially confirmed.
Although it appears that the creator, Liz Tigelaar is keen to work on more episodes since she genuinely loves the show and its characters. In an interview, she said that the show allowed us to explore more of her creative side profession.
Moreover, Celeste Ng thinks that she covered everything about the characters in her book. But the characters may return to her at some point to tell the stories they need to tell. If the writer adds more chapters to her original story, then it will be smooth sailing for everyone.
Little Fires Everywhere Season 2’s Plotline: What could be it like?
With all the content material consumed in season one, there remains no basis for a story for season 2. However, there is plenty of storylines that could be explored in future episodes- about McCullogh’s kidnapped daughter, Mia and Pearl’s relationship, and most importantly, Izzy’s journey ahead. The latter was last seen on a bus, heading off somewhere. We assume that Izzy has gone out searching for Mia and Pearl. Izzy is one character that has left the fans with many questions. Though it is very early to predict the storyline fully, we leave it to the fan fixture to speculate what happens in season 2.
Little Fires Everywhere Plotline Season 1’s ending Explained
Season 1 saw Mia and Pearl leaving Richardson’s house and moving out to Mia’s parents’ house. Izzy fled her home following a feud between her and Elena after setting the place on fire McCullogh is looking out for their abducted daughter, Mirabelle. At the book’s end, McCullogh finds and confronts their daughter’s biological father, Bebe Chow. But viewers have no clue about what action the parents take to find their daughter.
The closing part could be interpreted differently by every fan as the way they wish. They could think of Izzy moving on with life or the 15-year-old could stay at Mia’s parents’ home for a while, if not forever. Or a better option would be to move on and attend college. Mia could have a more structured life than the one she has been craving while Pearl makes peace with her past. Elena’s search for Izzy might also end in season two. It is up to the fans to expand the story and build it on with their imagination.
Little Things Everywhere Season 2’s Cast: Who is in the cast?
Though Liz thinks it is not possible to bring Elena and Mia together in a sequel after the ending, fans can’t think of the series any other way. Reese Witherspoon will likely reprise Elena Richardson while Kerry Washington will play out Mia Warren. Aside from them, the main cast includes Joshua Jackson as Bill Richardson, Rosemarie Dewitt as Linda McCullough, Jade Pettyjohn as Lexie Richardson, Lexi Underwood as Pearl Warren, Megan Stott as Izzy Richardson, Gavin Lewis as Moody Richardson, and Jordan Elsass as Trip Richardson may come together for a possible sequel.
As the story progresses to a new level, creators could introduce more additions to the line-up. However, it is not clear if any new faces would pop up or not.
Little Things Everywhere Season 2 Trailer: Is it available?
A trailer for season two is a long way off. Don’t hold on to hopes because things are still wrapped up for a sequel of Little Things Everywhere.
Watch this space for more. Comment down your personal favorites from Little Things Everywhere. Also, did the television adaption satisfy you or you are more content with the original published content? Drop your answers in the comment section.