Foundation Season 2 Updates: Season 2 will see the emergence of the Second Foundation, Gaal and Salvor collaborating, and the Genetic Dynasty in disarray, according to showrunner David S. Goyer. Goyer also talked about the Season 1 finale’s unexpected developments and hinted at how they’ll play out in Season 2.
The Genetic Dynasty’s Future Season 2 of “Foundation”: Showrunner David S. Goyer on What to Expect
Foundation aired its final episode on Friday, November 19, and the show has already been ordered for a second season by Apple TV+.
Season 2 will see the emergence of the Second Foundation, Gaal and Salvor collaborating, and the Genetic Dynasty in disarray, according to showrunner David S. Goyer.
Goyer also talked about the Season 1 finale’s unexpected developments and hinted at how they’ll play out in Season 2.
The Genetic Dynasty’s Future
The Genetic Dynasty (Brother Dawn, Brother Day, and Brother Dusk) are not identical clones of Cleon the First, as shown at the end of Season 1.
Brother Dawn (Cassian Bilton) was executed in the finale for being different from his fellow clones, only to find out later that they are all different and haven’t been genetically similar to their maker for centuries.
What Goyer Says About Foundation Season 2?
Goyer stated he instructed actors Lee Pace (Day), Terrence Mann (Dusk), and Bilton that he wanted them to have slight variances amongst them to foreshadow the plot shock involving the Cleon clones.
“We know from twin studies that genetically identical twins don’t always look alike because nature and nurture play a role.”
“The reason they’re different is that, despite the Genetic Dynasty’s perversion, the objective is to raise them all the same in this sort of hermetically sealed environment [but] events outside Trantor are changing, and they’re being moulded by those events, so they’re different.”
“Part of the fun of the show moving forward will be discovering how diverse the different Cleons are,” he stated, elaborating on how this could affect Season 2.
“It’s part of the jazz that we’re playing with Terrance Mann, Cassian Bilton, and Lee Pace because, moving ahead, some of the roles will be very, very different, even though they’re the same performers.”
“And so one of the fascinating aspects of this, this monkey wrench is thrown into the Genetic Empire, is what happens when you add chaos into that system?” What exactly does that imply? Because chaos is entertaining.”
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