Big Sky just teased its upcoming season with a photo of stars Katheryn Winnick and Kylie Bunbury who play Jenny and Cassie on the ABC Drama. The photo shows the pair peering through a doorway. Big Sky is based on The Highway series by C.J Box.
“They’ve Got Their Eyes Everywhere,” the Big Sky Twitter account wrote in the post.
Big Sky is coming back for its second season next month. The show premiered on ABC last year and was met with minor success ratings-wise. Now, it has a new timeslot, airing right after the hit drama Grey’s Anatomy, and it should give the series a major boost.
‘Big Sky’ Season 2 Adding Multiple New Cast Members
Big Sky season 2 is undergoing some major changes, adding a ton of new cast members for its second season.
Firstly, Janina Gavankar has been cast as Ren, a woman who just moved to Helena who enlists Cassie and Jenny’s Help when her employee gets in a mysterious car crash. But Ren also has her own agenda behind the scenes that may come back to haunt the private detectives. Gavankar is known for her work on The Morning Show, True Blood, Borderlands, Stucco, and The Way Back.
Gavankar recently posted a photo from the set of Big Sky and seems to be enjoying her time thus far.
Actress Madelyn Kientz will play Cassie’s younger sister Max. Apparently, Max and her close-knit group of friends will be a major part of season two. Kientz has had roles on Walker and The Unicorn.
Jamie Lin Sigler, who played Meadow Soprano on The Sopranos is also coming on board. Sigler will play a waitress whose world turns upside down when her boyfriend goes missing. While she goes to Cassie and Jenny for help, it’s clear she’s not telling the women the full truth.
Shockingly, John Carrol Lynch will also make a return in season 2 despite his character getting killed in the first season. According to Deadline, he will make an appearance in the drama. No further details have been released. It could be something as simple as a flashback or as shocking as a faked death.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Mark Lindor actor Omar Metwally will also return this time as a regular. He joined Big Sky around the halfway point in season 1. With all these additions to the cast, the show is going to look quite different. But for Big Sky, that change may help it with ratings.
Season 2 looks like it’ll have a ton of new villains and twists that’ll keep fans on the edge of their seats. If you’re excited to catch Big Sky, it’s just around the corner. The chilling drama makes its return on Thursday, September 30th at 10/9 central.