Is Soundtrack Season 2 Release Date Officially Cancelled?

Musical Dramas have a place of their own in the heart of fans. When music is used as a tool in films to depict a story, it just makes it more moving. Soundtrack is a testimony to this fact. It is an American musical drama TV series. The creator of the series is Joshua Safran and it has been streaming on Netflix since 18th December 2019. Now that it’s been more than two years after the premiere of the series, fans are excitedly waiting for season 2. So will there be a season 2 of Soundtrack? Will fans get to watch yet another season of their beloved drama? Stay tuned with us at Live Akhbar and keep on reading for the latest information and updates on web shows, TV series, and more!

Soundtrack Season 2 Release Date

Soundtrack Season 2 Release Date

Joshua Safran is also one of the executive producers of the show. The other executive producers are Megan Ellison and Ali Krug. After season 1 was released in December 2019, fans were waiting for the next season’s announcement. However, the makers announced in January 2020 that the probability of a season 2 was nil and that it was canceled.

There were a total of 10 episodes in season 1. The composers behind the musical drama are Andrew McMahon, Zac Clark, James S. Levine. Each episode of the series has a run time of around 51 to 60 minutes. All ten episodes of the series were released at once on the 18th of December 2019.

Soundtrack Season 1 Release DateDecember 18, 2019
Soundtrack Season 1 End DateDecember 18, 2019
Soundtrack Season 2 Release DateCanceled

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Soundtrack Season 2 Story

The premise of Soundtrack consists of various love stories involving people from different diasporas. It connects people of diverse backgrounds. Soundtrack depicts a number of love stories that seem impossible. There is a sense of inquisitiveness in knowing what happens next. As put rightly in the trailer of the series, it tells the story of everything one has loved and more. Each song in the series is a narration of love. Love defines this drama just as much as it forms its base.

After a marvelous 1st season, fans were waiting with bated breath for the next season. There are still so many unanswered questions and layers that have not been delved into. A second season was not just expected but almost inevitable and obvious. However, a wave of disappointment has enveloped the audiences learning that the makers have officially denied the production of a second season.

This is not the first time Netflix has canceled the next season of a popular series. Each episode of the first season shows the life of each of the different couples. It covers their past lives and what brought them together. Episode one started with the story of Nellie and Sam followed by episode two which tells the story of Joanna and Nellie. The wonderful part is that the show doesn’t simply connect the characters to each other. It gives them the space to explore relationships as opposed to pushing them.

For a musical drama like Soundtrack, the songs play a pivotal role. The songs of the series were an instant hit amongst fans much like the TV series. ‘Between Me And You’, ‘Never Gonna Happen’, ‘Crash and Burn Girl and ‘Take it to the Limit’ are just some of the popular songs of this musical drama.

Soundtrack Season 2 Cast

Soundtrack Season 2 Release Date

Soundtrack has a cast of brilliant actors. These include Paul James playing the role of Samson Hughes, Callie Hernandez playing the role of Eleanor O’Brien, Marianne Jean-Baptiste playing the role of Annette Sands, Jenna Dewan playing the role of Joanna Kassem, Jahmil French playing the role of Dante Sands, Megan Ferguson playing the role of Jean Dubrowski, Isaiah Givens playing the role of Barry Hughes, Madeleine Stowe playing the role of Margot Weston and Campbell Scott playing the role of Frank O’Brien.

The recurring cast of Soundtrack includes Christina Milian playing the role of De’Andra, Juliet G. James playing the role of Leah Sands, Robbie Fairchild playing the role of Troy, Deron J. Powell playing the role of Arthur, Sammy A. Publes playing the role of Mr. Hernandez, Brian Keys playing the role of Carver, Amy J. Carle playing the role of Stella, James McDaniel playing the role of Moses and Leonard Wu playing the role of Stephen.

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