Long Slow Exhale is an American drama television series that premiered on April 4, 2022, on Spectrum Originals and BET on April 4, 2022, and is created by Pam Veasey and directed by Anton Cropper. Long Slow Exhale tells the story of female basketball players who are on the path to becoming successful national champions, but everything changes when their coach, J.C. Abernathy, finds herself surrounded by a scandal that could tarnish the dreams of these young girls. The series is a sports drama.
If you are a fan of basketball, then this series might bring back memories from your high school days when young players had this burning aura to make a name for themselves. It is more about how a person’s life can change within seconds of one scandal that could ruin your life as well as that of those around you. The coach, J.C. Abernathy, is, however, not some naive person who can’t fight back. She has been in the field for years and she certainly knows how to handle these cases. She never gives up hope and tries everything that might lead her to a clue that will help her clear her name from this scandal.
Long Slow Exhale Season 2 Release Date
Long Slow Exhale Season 1 was released on April 4, 2022. The series concluded the first season with 12 episodes, with the last episode being released on April 25, 2022. The first season has already ended, but it looks like the makers have still not made up their mind to renew the series for a second season, as we have not found any information that could hint toward the renewal of the second season. Fans need not worry since the series has received mostly positive reviews from viewers and critics, which could increase its chances for renewal. If the creators decide to continue the series for a second season, viewers can expect it to return in 2023.
|Long Slow Exhale Season 1 Release Date||April 4, 2022|
|Long Slow Exhale Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
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Long Slow Exhale Season 2 Story
The series has not been renewed for another season yet, though most likely it will get a renewal as it has received positive feedback for its amazing execution of highlighting sexual harassment issues in the field of sports. In the first season, the Clayton Hall Cougars become national champions, but their success is overtaken by a series of misfortunes. One of the members of the basketball team becomes a victim of sexual harassment. As Coach JC Abernathy finds herself surrounded by this scandal, as the news gets out, she sets her priorities straight and starts digging deeper to find the ultimate truth.
Coach JC Abernathy considers these girls her responsibility as she does not back out of her role. She provides support and strength to the girls. Powerful people try their hands to cover up the issue, but Coach has her way of finding out the issue. One case of sexual harassment opens the door for other victims to come out and find justice. The path is not as easy as it may seem, the victims have to go through a lot to prove that their accusations are true while being pointed fingers at for acting like victims. The coach and student take on the path to bring justice to her and other girls who are also victims of such cases.
Long Slow Exhale Season 2 Cast
The cast for season 2 has not been revealed yet, but viewers can expect to see the cast from season 1 reprise their roles in season 2 as well, followed by some additional actors and actresses. In season 1, Isabella LaBlanc played the role of Elfrina, Shalini Bathina played the role of Emily Fisk, and Jazmine Stewart played the role of Verdell. Rose Rollins played the role of JC Abernathy, Samantha Bartow portrayed the character of Shannon, Donovan Elmore portrayed the character of Logan, Ian Harding portrayed the character of Eddie, Gabrielle Byndloss portrayed the character of Vivian, and Melissa Saint-Amand portrayed the character of Claire Brockman.
Where To Watch Long Slow Exhale Season 2?
Long Slow Exhale has not been renewed for Season 2 yet. Viewers can stream season 1 of “Long Slow Exhale” on Spectrum On-Demand (US).