‘Five Bedrooms’ is an Australian comedy-drama with an extremely ridiculous premise. Five singles meet at a wedding and decide to buy a house together. So, what can go wrong? Well, everything!! The series originally dropped in its home country in 2019, following which it made its way to American tv screens on NBCUniversal’s Peacock. Charming, funny, and as you can predict, packed with romantic messes, season 1 of the show opened to warm reviews, both in the US and Australia. And if you are wondering about its future, read on!
Five Bedrooms Season 2 Release Date:
‘Five Bedrooms’ season 1 premiered on May 15, 2019, on Network 10 in Australia. It ended with its eighth episode on July 3, 2019. ‘Five Bedrooms’ season 1 released on August 13, 2020, on Peacock in the US. Noting the positive reviews from fans, the creators decided to bring back the show with another season. And in October 2019, Network 10 officially announced its renewal. EPs Nathan Mayfield and Tracey Robertson confirmed the news in a press release:
“We have been overwhelmed by the love and support this show has received both here in Australia and around the world. It’s a simple validation of great writing, great creatives, and a stellar cast that we get to bring Five Bedrooms back for Season 2!”
The good news is that ‘Five Bedrooms’ season 2 has also been confirmed to release on August 11, 2021. Following its conclusion in its home country, ‘Five Bedrooms’ season 2 should release sometime in early 2022 in the US.
Five Bedrooms Season 2 Cast: Who Can be in it?
The five single housemates in ‘Five Bedrooms’ are Liz (Kat Stewart), Ben (Stephen Peacocke), Heather (Doris Younane), Ainsley (Katie Robertson), and Harry (Roy Joseph). The entire lead cast has been confirmed to make a comeback in the second season. Joining them in other pivotal roles are Hugh Sheridan as Lachlan Best and Kate Jenkinson as Melanie Best — who are also expected to return for the new outing.
Five Bedrooms Season 2 Plot: What Can it be About?
The story begins by introducing us to five singles who meet for the first time at a singles’ table during a wedding. After getting high on multiple bottles of liquor, they decide to buy a house together. And in this grand social experiment, when they actually start living with each other, chaos ensues. In the first season’s conclusion, after several disasters, life-turning crises, and moments of love, joy, and heartbreak, the housemates end up losing their communal home at an auction.
Now, this surrogate family, once again, needs to plunge into the real estate market. Season 2 will pick up the drama right from season 1’s finale and attempt to answer several unresolved questions. Will the group find a home that meets their needs? What will happen if someone finds a soulmate who is not a housemate from the gang? Can the fam cope up with this change in dynamics? And most importantly, what can happen if there is a break-up? And can this group have a baby in their midst?
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