Hostel Daze season one has been released on Amazon Prime and it was received well by the audience. It is this new TV soap opera Hostel Daze which is quite interesting. The audience loved the show which is a nostalgic ride to those who have lived a similar life when they were teenagers. Now that the first season has ended, the fans of the series are wondering when they will be getting the next season for the show.
When will Hostel Daze Season 2 release?
Hostel Daze Season 2 might release in December 2020 on Amazon Prime Videos. As of now, there is no confirmation on Hostel Daze Season 2 renewal, so we cannot give aif it does get renewed in the coming months, we will be seeing it release this fall 2020.
Is Hostel Daze renewed for a second season?
Well, as of writing this there hasn’t been any information on whether there will be a second season of Hostel Daze. This will all depend on the views that the show will get. If the show lives up to Amazon’s numbers then it will most likely be getting renewed for a second season. But if the show didn’t meet the required views then Amazon will cancel it.
Is there a trailer for Hostel Daze Season 2?
There is no trailer yet for Hostel Daze season 2, you can check Season 1 trailer below:
What the Hostel Daze is about?
The reception of the show was very good and it has a total score of 9.1 out of 10 on IMDb which is quite impressive. By the looks of this, it will most likely be renewed for a second season because a popular series is something every streaming platform is looking for in order to draw more views to their platform. All of this is just a speculation, nothing has been confirmed yet but if there is any news on this we will keep you posted.
What is the cast of Hostel Daze Season 2?
If the show does get renewed, it will retain the main cast, we might also see some new faces.
Where to watch Hostel Daze?
For now, you can watch the entire first season of Hostel Daze on Amazon Prime. As for the story, the official synopsis reads “Four wingmates, 1 Hostel, First Semester. ‘Hostel Daze’ tries to capture the hostel-culture (or its lack thereof) of an engineering college.”