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Your First Look at La Brea Season 2 Is Here (UPDATED)

The addicting sci-fi series saw a group of Los Angelenos disappear into a massive sinkhole, only to reappear in L.A. 12,000 years in the past.

Eoin Macken as Gavin Harris in 'La Brea'

UPDATE: Wednesday, June 29 at 2:30 p.m. ET One of NBC’s most talked-about new shows last fall was La Brea, a sci-fi mystery series that centered on a group of Los Angelenos who disappeared into a sinkhole and emerged 12,000 years into the past. The Season 1 finale left us with more questions than answers, but you’re in luck: Season 2 is just around the corner. Here’s when it will premiere: 

When does La Brea Season 2 premiere?

La Brea Season 2 premieres Tuesday, September 27 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. 


With a heart-pumping finale that saw young Isaiah (a.k.a Gavin) return to his rightful place in the future, we are anxiously awaiting La Brea Season 2—which we're sure will continue to bend all the rules of space and time.

“We’re so thrilled to be back in production for Season 2,” series creator and showrunner David Appelbaum told TVLine. “Can’t wait for our fans to see all of the mysteries and surprises we have in store. It’s going to be an exciting season.”

The addicting first season of the NBC sci-fi show saw a gang of Los Angelenos disappear into a massive sinkhole, only to reappear in L.A. 12,000 years in the past. Of course, this reality came with a series of revelations and high-stakes ups and downs for the disaster's survivors and their loved ones still in the present day. 

Here's everything we know about La Brea Season 2: 

Is there a La Brea Season 2 trailer yet?

A first-look teaser dropped on Thursday, June 30. Watch, below. 

How many episodes will be in La Brea Season 2?

Fans will be excited to know the second season will have 14 episodes compared to the 10 in Season 1. 

Is the original cast returning?

As of now, the entire original cast of La Brea is returning to the series with the addition of Tonantzin Carmelo (Paara) and Michelle Vergara Moore (Ella) as series regulars, according to Deadline. We've listed the entire cast, below:

  • Jon Seda - Sam
  • Chiké Okonkwo - Ty Coleman
  • Eoin Macken - Gavin
  • Zyra - Izzy
  • Natalia Zea - Eve
  • Jack Martin - Josh
  • Chloe De Los Santos - Lilly
  • Josh McKenzie - Lucas Hayes
  • Lily Santiago - Veronica
  • Nicholas Gonzalez - Levi
  • Rohann Micrhandaney - Scott
  • Veronica St. Clair - Riley
  • Tonantzin Carmelo - Paara
  • Michelle Vergara Moore - Ella

Are there any La Brea Season 2 details?

In an interview with TV Line Appelbaum revealed a few plot lines we can expect in the second season. First up, he addressed where Riley, Josh, and Lilly might have gone when they disappeared into the time-traveling crack of light in the finale.

"In Season 2 they will be in a different time period," he said. "Their story will be outside of 10,000 B.C. That will be one of the fun things about Season 2, finding them in a world completely different from anything we’ve seen on the show so far."

Appelbaum also revealed that the mysterious tower that Rebecca Aldridge (Ming-Zhu Hii) led Scott to has a significant role in Season 2. "We are going to explore this building and go into it at a certain point and see what’s inside. I think that’s going to be one of the fun things, really opening up this world that they are in," he said. "We will find a lot of interesting things inside there, but I won’t say who or what."

The first page of the second season's script was also shared with TV Line, revealing the title of the premiere episode is "Three Days Later." 

How can I watch La Brea?

Season 1 is currently available to stream on Peacock. Once Season 2 airs in fall 2022, new episodes will be available to stream the next day on Peacock.

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