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Reservation Dogs Season 2: What We Know So Far

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Minor spoilers ahead.

Reservation Dogs has charmed us all. The FX on Hulu comedy, co-created by Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo, debuted in August to rave reviews and immense critical praise (so much that it earned a 100-percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes) and, over the course of eight episodes, proved that it was worth every bit of the hype.

The series follows four Indigenous teens on an Oklahoma reservation, trying to get out and make a better life in California—albeit through scrappy, sometimes illegal means—in the wake of their best friend’s passing.

But at the end of season 1, only one member of the squad, Elora (Devery Jacobs), actually manages to escape, and she’s driving west with one of their rivals, Jackie (Elva Guerra), riding shotgun. The rest of the group stays back on their home turf.

What’s next for the Res Dogs? Here, we line up what else to expect from this refreshing and darkly comedic story about grief and growing up.

When does it come out?

Season 2 is scheduled for 2022; FX announced the news when it confirmed Reservation Dogs’ renewal on September 2, 2021. Given the first installment premiered on August 9, 2021, it would be easy to assume the next chapter will arrive in the late summer again next year, but that’s ultimately FX’s call.

In the meantime, you can stream all episodes of Reservation Dogs season 1 on Hulu.

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Who’s in it?

Reservation Dogs follows our main crew of four teens: Bear (D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai), Elora (Devery Jacobs), Willie Jack (Paulina Alexis), and Cheese (Lane Factor). While it’s safe to assume they’ll be returning to reprise their roles, we’re also hoping we see more of the recurring stars, like Zahn McClarnon as police officer Big, Lil Mike and Funny Bone as rapping Mose and Mekko, Elva Guerra as Jackie, and Dallas Goldtooth as Spirit. Their future appearances are yet to be confirmed, though.

Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi are co-creators and executive producers on the series. Harjo is also a director and showrunner.

reservation dogs “pilot” episode 1 airs monday, august 9 — pictured l to r lane factor as cheese, paulina alexis as willie jack, d’pharaoh woon a tai as bear, devery jacobs as elora danan postoak cr shane brownfx

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What will it be about?

Plot points are still up in the air, but there will be plenty to explore after the season 1 finale. Jacobs told ELLE.com that she hopes audiences get to see “a greater scope” of the characters’ world. That could even mean more portrayals of everyday teenage life and weekend hangouts. “For me, growing up in my community, our weekend was a huge time of drama, and competition, and flashiness, and snagging, and hooking up, and everything in between,” she said. “There’s so much in this world that we’ve only scratched the surface of. In season 2, I’m really looking forward to seeing more of this town and the world that these kids are growing up in.”

There could also be a chance Bear’s aspiring rapper dad, Punkin (Sten Joddi), returns. (Viewers have only seen him in season 1, episode 4 so far.) “He’s only in that episode [of Season 1] actually, but will we ever see him later if we get a Season 2? I definitely think we will,” Woon-A-Tai told TV Line. “Do I think Punkin is gonna come to Oklahoma? No, I don’t think so.”

Has production started yet?

Those details are still unclear. However, Harjo and his team had apparently intended to start working on new episodes this fall.

“We’re planning to get to work writing episodes for the second season this fall, so we think that’s a pretty good sign the show’s going to continue,” he told Tulsa World before Reservation Dogs premiered in August. “It was always our intention that this would be an ongoing thing.”

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