Everything to know about Netflix’s Firefly Lane Season 2 Part 2: Cast, plot, release date and more!
The final season has been broken into two parts. Part 1, which premiered on December 2!
The second season of Netflix’s Firefly Lane, which is based on the same-titled book by Kristin Hannah and stars TV heavyweights Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, has just begun filming. However, this new episode will be the last time we see longtime friends Kate and Tully.
The final season has been broken into two parts. Part 1, which premiered on December 2 on the streamer and Part 2, for which we got all the details below for you to know stay on track before the one last hurrah!
The Release Date:
The final seven episodes of Firefly Lane will air on Netflix on June 8, 2023, as Katherine Heigl herself has announced.
The actress shared the news on Twitter and wrote: “And… when you guys are done binging those new #FireflyLane episodes… you can look forward to 7 more! Season 2 part 2 will be hitting your screens on June 8, 2023.”
Without its two leading ladies, Firefly Lane simply wouldn’t work, so Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke will return as Tully Hart and Kate Mularkey for one final celebration.
Other than that the cast includes:
Ben Lawson as Johnny Ryan
Roan Curtis as teenage Kate
Ali Skovbye as adolescent Tully
Beau Garrett as Cloud;
Yael Yurman as adolescent Marah Ryan
Ignacio Serricchio as Danny Diaz
New additions: India de Beaufort as Charlotte, Greg Germann as Benedict, and Jolene Purdy as Justine.
Season 2 Part 2 Plot:
Season 1 of “Firefly Lane” ended with a rift between Kate and Tully after Kate banned Tully from attending her father’s funeral. In Season 2, the reason was revealed: Tully let Kate’s daughter, Marah, go out despite being grounded, leading to an accident while driving Marah home from a party. The accident resulted in a major fallout between Kate and Tully, but they eventually reconcile after Tully rushes back home to Kate, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Despite fans’ hope for a third season, the show’s creator, Maggie, stated that the show was only intended to follow the storyline of the first book and season two and would not continue beyond that.