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Jupiter’s Legacy Season 2: When to expect the series? Release Date and Plot

Jupiter's Legacy Season 2 Plot

Jupiter’s Legacy Season 2 Updates: The super-powered children of superheroes struggle to live up to the legendary feats of their parents. In Jupiter’s season 1, nearly killed Chloe Sampson played by Elena Kampouris by an overdose of a near-fatal drug.

The substance nearly killed her. The show is an adaptation of a  graphic novel by Mark Millar and Frank Quietly, Jupiter’s Legacy a children’s superhero story, where the children of the Utopian and Union of Justice struggle to live up to set examples and values set up by their parents.

However, Chloe dissents her parent’s beliefs and values and chose a path of partying and substance use.


Genre: Drama/Sci-fi, Superhero

Based on: Jupiter’s Legacy by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely

Developed by: Steven S. Deknight

Cast: Josh Duhamel, Leslie Bibb, Elena Kampouris, Matt Lanter, Genevieve DeGraves, Anna Akana, Humberly Gonzalez

Country of origin: United States

Language: English

IMDB Ratings: 6.9/10

Streaming on: Netflix

Jupiter’s Legacy Season 2: The Blue Crystals in Suitcase

Jupiter's Legacy Season 2 Flare

In Episode 4 “All The Devils Are Here” Chloe hits rock bottom, in fact, her character is the darkest in the storyline. The youngest Sampson wanted to become a model, she traded being a world-famous superhero’s daughter.

She went to the sponsors late yet again, after a  drug-fueled one-night stand for throwing a sports car at her manager. Bad news never ended, Chloe got hit by a van driven by Hutch.

Hutch was escaping the scene but he left his suitcase over the place filled with a blue crystalline substance. Chloe misunderstood them to be drugs, she took them home, threw a party, got sick due to the drugs.

Loathed with guilt and pity she continued snorting the blue crystals. She overdosed and crashed through her coffee table. Luckily, Hutch came to rescue her,  broke into her apartment, took her to the hospital, and saved her life.