Station 11 is a fictional dystopian web series based on Emily St. John Mandel’s infamous novel of the same name. The series’ first season was released on the 16th of December 2021 on HBO Max. The season has 10 episodes with an average of 50 minutes per episode.
The series did really well as it was given a rating of 98% by Rotten Tomatoes, a 7.6/10 on IMDb, and was rated as 4.2/5 by the audience via an audience rating summary. The series is well-paced and has a perfectly well-written and determined plot.
Even though the series is a live adaption of a novel it does deviate from the source quite several times. The series’ tentatively altered backstories and character introductions are either made earlier than the source or later, irrespective the show did quite well with the adaptation and is commented as a story that would end up being rewarding.
Station 11 Season 2 Release Date
As mentioned above the series is an adaptation of a novel with the same name and has pretty much managed to cover up everything from the novel in the first season itself, that is, a second season of the series being released is quite unlikely and it would be kind of a drag if they were to stretch something that does not require stretching.
The first season did end on a good note and was well finished too. But we could get another season if they were to display a completely different story with the same name, though a continuation of the first seems quite impossible.
|Name Of The Show||Station 11|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|Station 11 Season 1 Release Date||13 December 2021|
|Station 11 Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
Station 11 Season 1 Recap
The story is set in a period where the entirety of the civilization is on the verge of collapse. It highlights the darker side of the lives we live while still giving us hope for an enchanting future.
The story revolves around a couple of wandering actors who travel around and perform for their deemed audience. The story begins with a setup where the civilization just came out of a flu pandemic which gradually brought about the demise of the civilization about 20 years before the timeline the story is being maintained at.
The above-mentioned group of actors is survivors who travel around performing in order to make a living and prosper in their art. In the story, they end up being caught up in a mess of a villainous violent cult whose leader seems to be connected to one of the members of the said group.
The story is basically about the actor who is unknowingly connected to the group, his journey, his savior, and the group of actors who accompany him. The story has had a lot of dark turns in itself but ended on quite satisfying and realistic ends.
It ends with the main antagonist being killed and the main lead being settled down with his wife and 3 kids.
Station 11 Season 2 Cast
There probably won’t be another season for the series and if there ever were to be one it would not be interlinked with this, so the 2nd season would most probably have a mostly different cast.
Station 11 cast:
Mackenzie Davis (Kristen Raymonde), Himesh Patel (Jeevan Chaudhary), Matilda Lawler (Young Kristen), Lori Petty (Sarah), Prince Amponsah (August), Caitlin Fitzgerald (Elizabeth), Daniel Zovatto (The Prophet), Gael Garcia Bernal (Arthur Leander), Nabhaan Rizwan (Frank Chaudhary), Philippine Velge (Alex), Danielle Deadwyler (Miranda Carroll), David Wilmot (Clark), David Cross (Gil), Enrico Colantoni (Brian), Timothy Simons (Jim), Joe Pingue (Dieter), Andy McQueen (Sayid), Deborah Coz (Wendy) Dylan Taylor (Dan), Kate Moyer (Haley Butterscotch), (Milton Barnes (Miles), and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos (Vlad).
Station 11 Season 2 Trailer
If the story has managed to grasp your attention but you are still unsure about starting it, then you can watch the trailer of the series to come up with a decision. You can watch the trailer for Station 11 season 1 on Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Voot, Jio Cinema, Amazon Prime Video, or on YouTube.
Where To Watch Station 11 Season 2 Online?
If you are somebody who is into apocalyptic dystopian fiction but series with a proper plot line in this genre tend to have quite the number of episodes and seem like a commitment to you, then this is just the thing for you as it is a miniseries with only 10 episodes and no possible second season coming out it would give you a satisfactory finish.
You can binge the show on Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Voot, Jio Cinema, or Amazon Prime Video.