‘Big Sky’ Just Dropped an Ominous Teaser for Season 2

by Anna Dunn
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Big Sky season 2 is just around the corner, and the show’s official Twitter account is building up the suspense. In a new Tweet, the account shows a photo of a young child in front of the Pergman residence.

“There’s something in the air,” the tweet says.

Despite shaky ratings, ABC renewed Big Sky for a second season. Now, fans can’t wait for more. Even this tweet got some excited replies.

“This show, OMG. Sucked me right in. I am eagerly looking forward to the next season,” one person wrote. Big Sky left off on a major cliffhanger. Now, fans are counting down the days until they can see their favorite characters again.

“That looks like the little boy from part 1 season 1,” another person observed. It could be. Regardless, it’s series to see any child standing in front of the Pergman residence.

This isn’t the first time the Big Sky Twitter has dropped a teaser shot for the next season. Last week, they tweeted “something big is coming” along with a photo of a very much alive Mark Lindor. That’s important to note, considering that Lindor was essentially left for dead in the season finale.

Omar Metwally Has Been Promoted to a Series Regular, but that doesn’t mean his ‘Big Sky’ Character is Safe

Mark Lindor actor Omar Metwally has been promoted to a series regular for season 2, but as Ryan Phillipe can attest, being a series regular doesn’t mean much on Big Sky. The show, which is rich with suspense, isn’t afraid to kill off its main characters.

Incredibly early on in the series, Ryan Phillipe’s character, Cody Hoyt, died incredibly early on. Phillipe was a regular but didn’t have much screen time at all. This means that any series regular’s character could remain in danger.

Seriously, executive producer Elwood Reid has stressed that main characters Cassie and Jenny may not be safe after the season 1 finale.

“Both women are in jeopardy,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “Nobody’s off limits; everybody’s fair game. We’re going to go that way right to the end of the show — ride or die with that ethos.

Big Sky became ABC’s 4th most popular drama in its first season, though it had shaky ratings in its second half. However, fans feel particularly worried for Jenny, who was last seen clinging to life after getting shot. Cassie, meanwhile, was last seen in pursuit of Ronald.

Big Sky has moved timeslots, and it’ll hopefully help out its ratings. The show is moving to Thursdays at 10/9 central right after the hit series Grey’s Anatomy. You can expect the gruesome and suspenseful show to return on September 30th. If you don’t have cable, you can catch the show on Hulu the day after it airs.

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