ABC’s police crime drama series, Deception opened to mixed reviews on March 11, 2018. It centers around the story of Cameron Black, an illusionist who joins hands with the FBI to use his skills to solve odd crime cases. Unfortunately, the series got a cancellation order after its initial run of 13 episodes. It’s been almost four years since we heard anything about a possible Deception Season two. So, what does the future of this police procedural drama hold? Is there still hope for Deception’s second installment? To know everything related to a potential chapter two of Deception, make sure to be with us till the end.
Deception Renewal Status: Is it Canceled or Renewed?
ABC has officially not given a green signal to Deception part two. In that case, we rely on other networks to pick up the series. But that is also not a possibility at this point. Thus, fans have to wait a little longer than expected for the Deception season second.
The network has not issued a renewal order due to its decline in viewership numbers and low ratings. Deception failed to attract the eyes of viewers, and thus its end was inevitable.
What is the premiere date for Deception Season two?
When would Deception Season two arrive? In this case, your guess is good as ours as creators since we have no specifics on whether its follow-up will even happen or not.
Season one of Deception is currently available for streaming on PrimeVidio and Netflix. So, while we wait for its official renewal, we have plenty of time to revisit its previous season.
What is the Plotline of Deception Season two?
We have no exact plot synopsis available for Deception season two just yet. With that, it is safe to assume that the next round of episodes will begin from where season one left off. Last season saw the mystery woman finally reveal her name, however, the name was not heard by audiences. This female character existed for most parts, yet viewers have no clue where she is heading. She has a plan and has a connection with Black’s past. But has she made a mistake by framing Jonathan Black in the murder? Jonathan is still behind the bars, and there is more story to tell. We are not certain what a season two would be like, nevertheless, we could guess what an alternate end to season one could be. Perhaps Cameron ends up behind the bars but not for too long, whereas Jonathan and the mystery woman are out in the world on new adventures.
Who is in the Cast of Deception Season two?
The creators have not revealed any casting information regarding Deception season two. But if a season two ever happens, we would be delighted to see Jack Cutmore Scott as the series lead as Cameron Black. Scott also plays the character of Jonathan Black, Cameron’s twin brother. Kay Daniels reprising her role as Ilfenesh Hadera, FBI agent who works with Cameron to solve high-profile crime cases. Lenora Crichlow joined the cast as Dina Clark. Other likable returns include Laila Robins, Amaury Nolasco, Vinnie Jones, and Stepanie Corneliussen. Season one also featured guest roles from Brett Dalton, Jack Davenport, and Mario Van Peebles.
Chris Fedak has developed the series and also executive produced it alongside Greg Berlanti, Martin Gero, and David Nutter. Chad McQuay, Ryan LInderberg, and David Kwong have acted as the series producers. And Warner Bros Domestic Television Distribution is the official distributor of the show.
Is there any Trailer for Deception Season two available?
Typically, a trailer for a series is not released until a few weeks leading up to its date of premiere. Thus, we have to wait for some time to see the taser trailer for Deception season two mostly because the series is shrouded in mystery at present.
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