Wednesday, December 1, 2021

‘Bridgewater’: Season 2 Premiere Date Revealed

Ever since the release of Bridgewater‘s final episode of its first season, fans have been itching to know what happens after the crazy cliffhanger the fiction podcast left them on. It seems like we’ve got a ballpark date on when we can next expect some answers. Bridgewater has set a ballpark premiere date for season 2: August 2022!

If you’re not familiar with the premise of Bridgewater, the podcast follows “a folklore professor, Jeremy Bradshaw, who is pulled into the mysterious 1980 disappearance of his police officer father, Thomas, by new evidence that threatens to upend decades of certainty. Along the way, he’s helped by some unlikely partners who challenge everything he believes in and ultimately tries to answer the question: can the past actually be rewritten? Together with his father’s former partner, retired Detective Anne Becker, Jeremy must chase the clues that will tell him whether his father really did fall victim to a Satanic cult in the Bridgewater Triangle — or something much more dark and unexplainable.”

Bridgewater stars Misha Collins as Jeremy Bradshaw, Nathan Fillion as Thomas Bradshaw, Melissa Ponzio as Anne Becker, Hilarie Burton Morgan as Shelley Hoskins, Wil Wheaton as Captain Haddock, Kristin Bauer as Celeste, Karan Soni as Vipin Khurana, and Jonathan Joss as Joseph Hoskins. The series was created by Aaron Mahnke (Lore) and is written by Lauren Shippen. 

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We can’t wait to see what Bridgewater has in store (if only the season 2 premiere date would creep closer a little faster) next. For more information on your listening options for this podcast, pop on over to Grim & Mild’s website. As always, stay tuned for more updates, and check out all of our other content on the supernatural fiction podcast here.

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Kenedi Lynch is a college student pursuing her BS in Biology. She hopes to attend medical school at Stanford or Johns Hopkins to obtain her MD-PhD and become an orthopedic surgeon. When she isn't hard at work, Kenedi enjoys reading, watching her favorite shows on Netflix, and listening to music. Some of her favorite fandoms are Supernatural, Harry Potter, Bones, Criminal Minds, and Percy Jackson.

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