Raising Dion Season 2 Release Date, Episodes, Renewal & Cast Details
Raising Dion Season 2
The adventure fantasy series, Raising Dion is a family-friendly superhero centric sci-fi drama that is streamed on Netflix. The series is inspired by the eponymous comic book and a short film, which is also named ‘Raising Dion.’
The show resonates both among kids and grown-ups. The series has run its Season 1 successfully. The storyline of the series is emotional, inspiring and engrossing meeting the diverse needs of its large fan base. It creates a cinematic experience for all the members of the family. Carol Barbee is the writer of the Netflix Original.
The series is about a single mother who tries to protect her son by hiding his superpowers from the main view. She is also concerned about her scientist’s husband’s mysterious death. The series is sure to lift your spirit and is destined to make you laugh and cry. Viewers are made to enjoy the story with different points of view, making it one of its kind.
When is Raising Dion Season 2 Release Date?
Raising Dion Season 2 is expected to release on Netflix in October 2020; although there is no official word yet. We will keep you posted with the latest developments.
What is Raising Dion Season 2 Plot?
The series narrates a superhero story with a universal connection where a seven-year-old African-American boy named Dion is learning to harness his special abilities. The series also focuses on his widowed mother, Nicole, who takes the challenge to bring up her son on her own.
Her husband Mark was a scientist who meets with a tragic death while helping someone during a thunderstorm amidst floods. Nicole challenges as a single mother multiply when she comes to know that a corrupt government agency is tracking down super-powered people and may reach Dion, who is still manifesting his magical abilities. At the same time, it is also expected that the same government agency is responsible for Mark’s death.
Nicole, in order to protect Dion, needs to hide her son’s powers and settle Dion in the new school. She also has to deal with her grief to lose Mark and find work for a living. She is ably aided by Mark’s old friend Pat. In Season 2, we can expect Mark to return from loopholes in his death theory as propagated in Season 1. However, the exact details of his arrival are still awaited.
Meanwhile, Dion is expected to unlock a new level of his power, and he also befriends a nice boy Jonathan who may turn to be a fan-favorite of his powers. Biona, whose motives are unsure, tries to monitor Dion. Both her mother and Dion himself stay alert for him.
There also lies the threat of crooked man in different manifestations and the uncertainty of Brayden’s future actions, which may be harmful to Dion and his friends.
Raising Dion Season 2 Episodes: How many episodes will there be?
The first season of Raising Dion had a total of 9 episodes and the second season is expected to have same amount of episodes.
Season 2 Episode 1 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 2 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 3 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 4 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 5 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 6 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 7 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 8 – TBD
Season 2 Episode 9 – TBD
Here is the episode index of the first season along with episode titles:
Season 1 Episode 1 – “ISSUE #101: How Do You Raise a Superhero?”
Season 1 Episode 2 – “ISSUE #102: Fortress of Solitude”
Season 1 Episode 3 – “ISSUE #103: Watch Man”
Season 1 Episode 4 – “ISSUE #104: Welcome to BIONA. Hope You Survive the Experience”
Season 1 Episode 5 – “ISSUE #105: Days of Mark’s Future Past”
Season 1 Episode 6 – “ISSUE #106: Super Friends”
Season 1 Episode 7 – “ISSUE #107: Why So Vomity?”
Season 1 Episode 8 – “ISSUE #108: You Won’t Like Him When He’s Angry”
Season 1 Episode 9 – “ISSUE #109: Storm Killer”
All of the above episodes were released on the same date, on October 4, 2019 at once on Netflix.
Who is in Raising Dion Season 2 Cast?
The lead cast crew of the series includes Alisha Wainwright from Shadowhunters, who plays the role of Nicole Reese in the series, the female protagonist cum single mother. Her seven-year-old superpower, laden son Dion Reese is brought to life with the help of Jasiah Young’s performance.
Michael B. Jordan plays the role of Nicole’s apparently dead husband and scientist, Mark Reese. We also find Jason Ritter playing the role of Mark’s friend Pat. Other members of the cast crew include Jazmyn Simon as Kat, Sammi Haney as Esperanza Jimenez, Ali Ahn as Suzanne Wu, Donald Paul as Mr. Anthony Fry, among others.
Raising Dion Season 2 Trailer
Season 2 of Raising Dion is still to be released by the web-streaming platform, Netflix. Meanwhile, you can enjoy the Season 1 trailer here-
Renewal – Update 1
The release date of Raising Dion is still not out, but we are expecting the show to release its third season in October as we have already mentioned. Moreover, we expect the second season to have nine episodes, the same as the first season. Here is the Tweet from the official Twitter handle confirming that the show has been renewed for another season:
However, there are not many details available about the next season, as the Twitter handle does not have any other details either.
Raising Dion season 1 is streaming on Netflix!
Season two has been authoritatively affirmed by Netflix, with co-maker and showrunner Carol Barbee back ready for the show’s subsequent section. Michael B Jordan will likewise be back as an official maker.
Bringing Dion came up in at number 10 on Netflix’s most mainstream US arrangement arrivals of 2019, so it’s not really unexpected that they’re bringing it back for cycle two. The Season 2 request incorporates eight one-hour scenes, and creation will start in 2020. Netflix uncovered the news with a declaration video including Senegalese painter Bou painting a representation of Season 1’s lead characters, Nicole and Dion.
Song Barbee will return as showrunner for the subsequent season, and Michael B. Jordan, Dennis Liu, Kenny Goodman, Kim Roth, and Charles D. Ruler’s Macro will return as official makers. Netflix included “Raising Dion” on the ongoing arrival of its most-watched arrangement of 2019. While Netflix, per normal, didn’t uncover viewership numbers, it said it decided its rundown by tallying the all outnumber of family units to stream an individual title for at any rate two minutes during the initial 28 days of its discharge.