Bridgewater fans were blown away by the first season of the newest podcast from the mind of Aaron Mahnke. With the audio drama’s successful debut, it’s no surprise fans were clamoring for a second season. Unfortunately, the original premiere window for Bridgewater season 2 is no more. The second season has officially been delayed.
Fans had begun to suspect delays were afoot with the many projects that cast members have been involved in lately (booked and busy, we love to see it!) in conjunction with the lack of news throughout August. The new estimated arrival for the production’s next season is January 2023. While that is a while to wait, it gives old fans plenty of time to re-listen and new fans to catch up!
For those unfamiliar with the premise, Bridgewater 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.”
The production 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.
New cast members for season 2 have been teased but have yet to be revealed, so make sure to keep an eye on our coverage concerning the show, which can be found here. You can listen to Bridgewater on any major podcast platform, as well as on Grim & Mild’s website.