Release date of Welcome to Eden Season 2

The second season of the Spanish drama Welcome to Eden will be released on Netflix, according to the company, after the first season’s May 2022 launch kept viewers interested. For the uninitiated, the plot concerns a group of teenagers who are invited to a prestigious “party of a lifetime” on a far-off paradise island in celebration of the launch of a new beverage firm. The adolescents find that a violent game was being played and that they are all caught inside of it with possibly lethal consequences, which causes things to suddenly alter.

Fans of this binge-worthy show are clamouring for more episodes after the first season’s nerve-wracking cliffhangers. Will the story, however, go on in any way? You can find all the information you need about Season 2 of Welcome to Eden right here. At the end of May 2022, Netflix will begin airing Welcome To Eden’s second season, as was originally announced.

In fact, by August, actress Amaia Aberasturi was among those celebrating the completion of filming, indicating who will soon be with us. The post-production phase, which might last from six months to a year, is currently in progress. Fans anticipate that the new episodes will air around the same time that season one began, which was in May, so you might have to wait until May 2023.

Additionally, according to Netflix, all of the major characters will return for season two.

This includes:

  1. Amaia Aberasturi (Zoa)

  2. Amaia Salamanca (Astrid)

  3. Belinda Peregrín (África)

  4. Begoña Vargas (Bel)

  5. Diego Garisa (Ibón)

  6. Tomy Aguilera (Charly)

  7. Berta Castañé (Gabi)

  8. Max Sampietro (Isaac)

  9. Lola Rodríguez (Mayka)

  10. Guillermo Pfening (Erick)

  11. Sergio Momo (Nico)

  12. Irene Dev (Alma)

  13. Joan Pedrola (Orson)

  14. Carlos Soroa (Eloy)     with new additions like

  15. Carlos Torres and

  16. Nona Sobo.

Summary of Welcome to Aden Season 1

In the summer of 2006, Ralph Horowitz, a land developer who had repurchased the property from the Los Angeles City Council through a shady back-room deal, threatened to evict the farmers of South Central Los Angeles. The largest and most successful urban farm in America has been developed on a fourteen-acre parcel of abandoned land over more than fifteen years of labour. The land had been initially handed to the farmers by the City in 1993 with the express purpose of developing a green area in downtown Los Angeles. Over the previous three years, the farmers had fought and won several court fights to save the land. And that’s exactly what the 360 farmers had done, building a thriving farm that fed thousands of people in one of the country’s poorest and most violent neighbourhoods with healthful organic veggies in addition to providing for their own families. The Farm had grown into a welcoming community centre that provided the farmers and their families with a haven from the daily concerns of crime and gang violence. By the time they received the final eviction notice, however, the farmers had exhausted all of their legal options and had little choice except to defy the order to vacate.

They refused to leave the structure! The “occupation” received widespread media coverage as celebrities, activists, and tens of thousands of concerned citizens joined the farmers in their protest. In “Welcome to Eden,” which follows the characters and the events, the epic struggle to SAVE THE FARM is described in full.

Production

Welcome to Eden was written by Joaquin Górriz and Guillermo Lopez. The TV show was created by Brutal Media. There were several Spanish locations used for filming, including Teruel, Lanzarote, and San Sebastián. The episodes were directed by Menna Fité and Daniel Benmayor. The rights to distribute the series are with Netflix.




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