Do you want to be immersed in a mysterious world full of horror and suspense?
Created by John Griffin, the sci fi horror series “From” is one of a kind, and it's worth watching if you’re a horror fan. With its unique take on the horror genre, “From” takes you to a nightmarish town in America. Here, the characters must fight for their survival against terrifying monsters. And now, with season 2 launching, the suspense and terror have intensified. Whether you’re a die-hard horror fan or just looking for a thrilling watch, “From” season 2 is not for the faint of heart. It will leave you on the edge of your seat, ready for more.
In the first season of “From,” which was released on February 20, 2022, we meet the characters who try to maintain normalcy and seek an escape to the small town they're trapped in, they must also survive the surrounding forest and its strange and terrifying creatures.
If you thought season 1 was intense, season 2 takes it to another level. According to Deadline, “hidden truths about the nature and terrifying origins of the town begin to emerge, even as life for its residents is plunged into chaos by the arrival of mysterious newcomers.” And with more and more people trapped every day, bloodshed is guaranteed, and many characters certainly won’t survive.
Harold Perrineau, one of the show’s main actors, also shared with Variety that the horror lurking in "From" season 2 will transcend far beyond the flesh-eating monsters of season 1. He revealed that the writers told him before filming the new season that “the monsters in season 1 are just the beginning. That the horrors are worse. And if there’s something worse than these flesh-devouring, leave-your-face-on-but-eat-your-insides monsters, it’s going to be a creepy couple of years.”
Representation matters, and “From” gets it right when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community.
Throughout season 1, we saw queer character Kristi Miller (played by out actress Chloe Van Landschoot), a paramedic, in a relationship with a man within the town while knowing she has a girlfriend outside. This season, Kristi is back and here to stay.
In “From” season 2, we are introduced to Kristi's girlfriend, Marielle (played by Kaelen Ohm), who also finds herself stucked in the town. Their journey will be filled with challenges, particularly because Marielle is grappling with drug-related issues in the wake of Kristi's disappearance.
Then there’s Fatima Hassan, who identifies as pansexual and isn’t afraid to express her fluidity by kissing almost everyone throughout season 1. Her actions impact Julie Matthews, the daughter of the Matthews family, who questions her sexuality.
In addition, the show also features out actress Avery Konrad, who plays Sara, further emphasizing its commitment to LGBTQ+ representation.
Here’s what you need to know about the returning and new cast members for “From” season 2.
You will be delighted to see the majority of the season 1 cast returning for the new season. However, some characters, Nathan (Paul Zinno) and Father Khatri (Shaun Majumder), met a tragic fate in the first season and won’t return. But here are the characters you’ll see again:
Along with the returning actors, the upcoming season also has new cast members you'll love. They are:
Click play now to watch the trailer and dive into “From” season 2!
If you are a horror and suspense enthusiast eager for your next viewing thrill, “From” is the show not to be missed! With 20 episodes across two seasons, this series promises to have you gripping the edge of your seat from start to finish. Prepare for a disturbing and spine-tingling storyline, complete with supernatural elements and gory twists that will leave you breathless. For fans of “Lost,” rest assured that “From” boasts the same talented showrunners and producers for a thrilling and mysterious experience. Don’t hesitate to dive into the chilling world of “From” today!
The highly anticipated second season launched exclusively on MGM+ in the United States on April 23, 2023. While season 1 can currently be found on Amazon Prime Video (primevideo.com/detail/From), it’s likely that season 2 will soon be available on the popular streaming platform as well. For fans in the United Kingdom, season 2 will come soon to Sky Sci-Fi, and in Australia, it will come shortly to Stan. In France, season 1 is already available on Canal+.
Keep checking back for updates on additional release dates for “From” season 2, as we will update this page as soon as more information becomes available.
We are thrilled to officially announce that the highly anticipated third season of "From" is now in production! This exciting news has been eagerly awaited. The creative team is back at work, weaving together complex storylines and unforgettable characters, promising yet another season filled with suspense, mystery, and drama. Stay tuned as we venture into this new chapter of "From," where unexpected twists and turns await us all.