The New Yorker Presents Season 2 Renewal Status & Release Date

Prime Video reported data about The New Yorker Presents season second.

The New Yorker Presents Season 2 Release Date

There is no exact data about second season of The New Yorker Presents yet. If show status will be determined we should see it on Wednesday, September 6, 2023 same time as 1st. Here's everything we know so far about new part, including episodes number, rumors, schedule, spoilers and cast.

Countdown to Season 2 Release

When will The New Yorker Presents Season 2nd return?

The returning of drama Series will once again be made up of 11 episodes. They will be available to stream online on Prime Video just after release. Pilot episode starts in Wednesday, September 6, 2023. TV Show episodes will premiere on Thursdays. More detailed schedule provided in this table.

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
2X01Episode 1September 6, 2023
2X02Episode 2October 7, 2024
2X03Episode 3October 7, 2024
2X04Episode 4October 7, 2024
2X05Episode 5October 14, 2024
2X06Episode 6October 14, 2024
2X07Episode 7October 21, 2024
2X08Episode 8October 21, 2024
2X09Episode 9October 28, 2024
2X10Episode 10October 28, 2024
2X11Episode 11November 4, 2024

The New Yorker Presents Season 2 trailer and announcement

At the moment, this video is very relevant to new part of The New Yorker Presents. Prime Video media services provider will release official video one month before the premiere date.

The New Yorker Presents Season 2 cast

Most of the actors must back for 2nd season. Alan Cumming will be back as God and Brett Gelman (Prophet). You should also totally expect to see Andrew Garfield as Andrew Garfield, Tyrone Hayes will be played Tyrone Hayes, Marina Abramovic will play a Marina Abramovic, actor Ariel Levy as Ariel Levy, Emily Flake will be played by actor Emily Flake, actor Roz Chast as Roz Chast and Rachel Aviv will be played Rachel Aviv.

What is The New Yorker Presents about?

America's most award-winning magazine comes to life in this new docu-series. Produced by Oscar & Emmy winner Alex Gibney, the pilot features a doc from Oscar winner Jonathan Demme based on Rachel Aviv's article "A Very Valuable Reputation," writer Ariel Levy interviewing artist Marina Abramovic, a sketch from Simon Rich and Alan Cumming, poetry read by Andrew Garfield, and cartoons by Emily Flake.