No Easy Days Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot And Every Latest News

After the Season 1st finale, Prime has announced the fate of its hit drama No Easy Days season second, starring Sean Brosnan.

No Easy Days Season 2 Release Date

No Easy Days creator Samuel Karl Bohn not yet renewed season 2nd for the drama TV Show. If ratings permitting we're expecting it to land at Wednesday, September 13, 2023 near the same time. Read below, what we know about the upcoming season of the Samuel Karl Bohn's drama.

Countdown to Season 2 Release

Prime No Easy Days Season 2 release date and schedule

Season 2nd will once again be made up of 8 episodes. They will be available live from Prime just after release. First episode starts in Wednesday, September 13, 2023. TV Series episodes will premiere on Wednesdays. Detailed schedule presented below.

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
2X01Episode 1September 13, 2023
2X02Episode 2September 13, 2023
2X03Episode 3September 13, 2023
2X04Episode 4September 13, 2023
2X05Episode 5September 13, 2023
2X06Episode 6September 13, 2023
2X07Episode 7September 13, 2023
2X08Episode 8September 13, 2023

No Easy Days Season 2nd trailer: is there a teaser yet?

Watch live video which describes how will look upcoming part of TV Show. Official teaser will come out one month before the premiere date.

Storyline

President Reynolds and his wife are blindsided in the middle of the night by shocking reports that their daughter has been kidnapped from a New York nightclub. The situation rapidly escalates when, following the brutal shooting of a witness on live television, a Navy Seals Unit, led by Commander Christopher Lowe storms the parking garage where Alice Reynolds is being held.

Cast and characters season 2nd

Most of the cast should return for 2nd season. Christopher Lowe will take Sean Brosnan alongside Paul Reynolds role will be played Peter Outerbridge. As well as Eva Link (Alice Reynolds), Al Sapienza as Andrew Whitmore, Alexander Holt role will be played by actor Simon Phillips and Bob Carson will take Michael Hogan.