Season Two Of ‘Sweet Tooth’ Premiere Date Announced

According to Comicbook, the second season of Netflix’s Sweet Tooth is on the way. Although this is the case, very little is known about the show’s new season. Jeff Lemire (Essex County Trilogy), the writer and artist behind the show’s DC comic book series the Netflix original is based on, assured that fans will not have to wait much longer for more information regarding the series. It has recently been revealed that the much anticipated season two of the series will premiere on April 27th. 

“I was on set for season two. It was super fun and I saw all the stuff they’re doing. It’s really cool,” Lemire stated. “A lot of it is right from the comic, which was awesome. And I know that there is an announcement coming very soon, so people won’t have to wait long to hear news on when it’s coming, but I’m unfortunately not allowed to talk too much about it.”

Below is a tweet from the official Sweet Tooth Twitter sharing images of the new season.

According to Comicbook, when the ”new season’s air, fans will notice the growth of actor Christian Convery (Cocaine Bear) who plays the lead role of Gus. The show’s producers took Convery’s actual age into account when it came to the series.”

Showrunner and executive producer Jim Mickle (Stake Land) told in an exclusive interview, “We had to deal with that a little bit because a year and a half between episode one and two for him. He aged quite a bit during then, but thankfully he stayed his sweet little Gus self. So, we don’t know. It’s hard to predict anything. I think that’s one thing that we’ve learned from the beginning of all this is, you can’t predict anything. So, we take it as it comes. Season 1 was amazing and we’d love to get to do more if the world will have us.”

“It’s a coming of age story,” executive producer Beth Schwartz (Arrow) added. “So, in a coming of age story you see your protagonist grow and go through different stages of their life.”

Season one of Sweet Tooth is currently streaming on Netflix,

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