Hulu’s Tell Me Lies Season 2 Begins Filming in Atlanta in Early 2024

The filming of the second season of Hulu’s ‘Tell Me Lies’ is set to kick off in Atlanta, Georgia, in early 2024. Meaghan Oppenheimer, who created the show, continues to serve as the showrunner of the drama series with Dan Attias (‘The Wire’ and ‘Alias’) serving as one of the directors.

In the first season finale, it is revealed that Stephen is engaged to Lydia, Lucy’s best friend. Evan comforts Lucy after her unexpected breakup with Stephen, only for them to end up in bed. At Evan and Bree’s engagement party, Lucy lets Bree know that she is happy for her. At the engagement party, Lydia shows up as Stephen’s fiancé.

In the sophomore installment, the viewers can expect the intensity to escalate from the gripping finale of the previous season, delving deeper into the intertwined timelines of past and present. Oppenheimer hinted at a messier and more revenge-driven narrative. Following Stephen’s departure from a party with Diana, Lucy is poised to reciprocate the toxicity she endured in her relationship with the former.

The show will likely unravel the aftermath of Stephen and Lydia’s engagement, a revelation that left the viewers on edge in the first season. Beyond the interpersonal drama, the events surrounding Macy’s death will continue to unfold, exploring Stephen’s unremorseful demeanor. As the characters navigate the pathways of revenge, the sophomore season promises to unravel the intriguing twists and turns in the lives of those betrayed by their own relationships.

Expect the return of the key cast members in ‘Tell Me Lies’ season 2, including Grace Van Patten and Jackson White as Lucy and Stephen respectively. We may also see Spencer House as Wrigley, Catherine Missal as Brie, Branden Cook as Evan, Sonia Mena as Pippa, and Natalee Linez as Lydia in the upcoming installment.

In addition to Oppenheimer, Emma Roberts, Karah Preiss, and Matt Matruski executive produce the series through their Belletrist Productions. Laura Lewis and Stephanie Noonan are executive producers for Rebelle Media, while Shannon Gibson and Sam Schlaifer are executive producers for Refinery29.

The production schedule of the second season suggests a potential release in late 2024 or early 2025. Renowned for its vibrant film and TV production scene, Atlanta has previously served as the filming location of several noteworthy projects, including the first season of the romantic drama.

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