A new full-length trailer has been revealed by Netflix for supernatural drama Locke & Key.
New trailer for Locke & Key Season 2 Revealed
The new trailer takes us back to Nina Locke who is still dealing with her husband’s death – and the unexplained events around it. The trailer also doubles on the trailer released last month, in terms of its length, showing the forging of a new key. It also promises that ‘new magic will be forged.’ The next season of Locke & Key will premiere on Netflix on Friday, October 22.
Based on the comic book series of the same name by artist Gabriel Rodriguez and Joe Hill, Netflix’s Locke & Key released its first season on February 7 last year. The show follows the Locke siblings – Kinsey, Tyler, and Bode – who, after the murder of their father, Rendell Locke, is taken by their mother, Nina, to move to their ancestral house of Keyhouse.
Season 2 Will ‘Forge New Magic’
“The first season, we always thought of as being the story of the kids learning that they’re the new Keepers of the Keys. With season two, we want to explore what that responsibility means,” co-showrunner Meredith Averill previously teased to io9 when asked about season two.
“What does it mean as they get closer to being 18 years old—the age when you age out of magic—what does that mean? What does that look like? We cover so much of the comics in the first season, but there’s so much of the lore that we held back on and new keys we created for the show that we’re excited to share.”
Here’s the trailer:
Apart from Jones, Jessup, Stanchfield and Heck, Locke & Key Season 2 stars Thomas Mitchell Barnett as Sam Lesser, Petrice Jones as Scot Cavendish, Asha Bromfield as Zadie Wells, Coby Bird as Rufus Whedon, Griffin Gluck as Gabe, Jesse Camacho as Doug Brazelle, Hallea Jones as Eden, Brendan Hines as Josh Bennett and Aaron Ashmore as Duncan Locke.
The second season of Locke & Key will also run for 10 episodes, just like season 1. The show has already been renewed for its third season which will begin its production in January next year.