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Hightown Season 2: Monica Raymund Will Be A Part of the Show

Hightown Season 2 Updates: Hightown, a Cape Cod-set drama starring Monica Raymund and directed by Jerry Bruckheimer, has been renewed by Starz for a second season. The broadcaster, which is backed by Lionsgate, said the crime drama had set a new record for series premiere audiences across its digital platforms around the world.

Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Lionsgate Television produced the eight-part series, which premiered on May 17 and was renewed after the fourth episode aired. Hightown follows a woman’s sobriety trip as it is overshadowed by a murder investigation.

Monica Raymund, who starred in Chicago Fire, portrays Jackie Quinones, a hard-partying National Marine Fisheries Service agent whose life is turned upside down when she finds a body on the beach, another victim of Cape Cod’s opioid epidemic.

Jackie takes the first steps toward sobriety to cope with the trauma before she realizes it’s up to her to solve the homicide. Riley Voelkel, Shane Harper, Amaury Nolasco, and Atkins Estimond also star alongside James Badge Dale. The audience was so excited to watch this series. there is no doubt this series will get success and get positive reviews from the audience.

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Hightown was created and executive produced by Rebecca Cutter, with Gary Lennon, Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, and KristieAnne Reed from Jerry Bruckheimer TV serving as executive producers.

Raymund expressed her delight at the prospect of starring in her first cable drama to Deadline. “As much as I enjoy network television, I’ve never had the opportunity to stretch myself by doing cable television, and I come from a theatrical family, so I enjoy stories with a lot of layers.

This was an opportunity for me to mess up my work and push myself because I like it messy and gritty, and I don’t like cleanliness when it comes to storytelling,” she said. “It’s pretty cool for me to be able to play the lead, especially as a queer Latina woman.”

“With its dynamic, edgy storytelling, multicultural cast, and female leadership both in front of and behind the camera, Rebecca, Gary, and Jerry delivered an elevated and well-executed drama that embodies all the hallmarks of a Starz premium series,” said Christina Davis, president of original programming.

“Audiences are already deeply invested in these flawed and complex characters, and we will continue to The audience are more curious and excited to watch this series with high expectation. There is no doubt this series will not disappoint the audience. For more updates stay tuned.