‘GEN:LOCK’ Season 2 Announced By HBO Max

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‘GEN:LOCK’ fans can rest easy. The adult animated series is returning for a second season that will stream on HBO Max as a Max Original. Michael B. Jordan is one of the executive producers and also the voice of protagonist Julian Chase with his production company Outlier Society co-producing the show.

According to the synopsis, “In this new season, a war leaves behind only a handful of highly skilled soldiers fighting for the future of humanity as a deteriorating Earth, due to an unstoppable climate collapse, has two distinct visions for the future of the human race: The Polity and the Union.”

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They continued, “The Polity and the Union remained locked in a brutal and unforgiving war, when, after sustaining devastating injuries, pilot Julian Chase (Jordan) returns from the dead in the form of a Holon warrior, one of a select few whose mind is compatible with the mech-suit GEN:LOCK program. As Dr. Weller (Tennant) works to crack the gen:LOCK code, it’s up to Chase, Miranda (Fanning), Cammie (Williams), and their team of intrepid Polity fighters to fend off the authoritarian Union. But as the war rages on, Chase must decide if he’s willing to sacrifice everything – including friends, family, and his own humanity – to save an increasingly hostile world.”

You can watch the trailer below:

A press release from Warner Media says, “GEN:LOCK takes place fifty years in the future and tells the story of an oppressive authoritarian force that threatens to conquer the world. Dakota Fanning (“The Alienist,” “Twilight Saga”), Maisie Williams (“Game of Thrones,” “New Mutants”), Golshifteh Farahani (“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”), G.K. Bowes (“Raya and the Last Dragon”), Asia Kate Dillon(“Orange is the New Black,” “Billions”), Kōichi Yamadera (“Dragon Ball” and “Pokemon” franchises) and David Tennant (“Jessica Jones,” “Dr. Who”) all return for the second season.”

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The new season is set to be released on November 4th, 2021.


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