Season one of Netflix’s original series FUBAR delivers on its promise of vintage Arnold Schwarzenegger action, but will there be a season two?
Although Arnold Schwarzenegger’s CIA agent Luke Brunner and his fellow operative daughter Emma may have finally found common ground, the finale of the first season of FUBAR did not leave the two of them in safe territory. FUBAR is the debut web series of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his 50 years of career.
While Boro has been dispatched, their secret has been compromised, placing them in danger of retaliation in a cliffhanger ending that raises the possibility of a second season of the spying comic thriller on Netflix.
Expected release date
Even though nothing has been announced about FUBAR season 2, it is reasonable to predict a release date based on information about the development of season 1 and Netflix’s track record in releasing episodes.
Principal filming for FUBAR season 1 was believed to have ended in September 2022, and with the episodes releasing on Netflix in May 2023, the turnaround time was speedy for a visual effects-heavy series. As a result, if FUBAR season 2 is approved shortly, it may premiere on the streaming platform as early as Summer 2024.
Who is in the cast of FUBAR SEASON 2?
If FUBAR is renewed for a second season, Arnold Schwarzenegger, the T-800 Terminator, will “be back” as the main character Luke Brunner.
We may also expect to see some of the supporting cast join him, given they all survived the eight-episode thrills. So Monica Barbaro as Luke’s daughter Emma and Milan Carter as Luke’s closest buddy and agent-down-an-earpiece Barry would be included.
Their CIA buddies Roo and Aldon would be returning, having survived the Boro church fight. Meanwhile, Tina is a significant question mark after that ambiguous end, implying she may be up to no good, so we’ll have to wait and see. Because of his final death scene, fans might believe Boro, played by Gabriel Luna, will not return.
What will happen in season 2?
Unlike most action storylines, FUBAR season 1 weaved a tangled web of interpersonal drama that stayed unanswered after eight episodes.
The ending established that the Brunners’ cover had been revealed and that they were the targets of deadly forces attempting to destroy them, and this will undoubtedly be the bulk of the story if and when FUBAR season 2 is released.
Season 1 did, however, leave at least two love triangles unresolved, and Season 2 will have to deal with those as well.
Emma’s relationship with Carter was strained due to her kissing Aldon. At the same time, Luke’s desire to reclaim Tally from Donnie remained unresolved even after Boro and his men disrupted their wedding.
The primary driving force of FUBAR season 2’s story will come from exploring Emma and Luke’s relationships, not from the villains or significant action moments. Their years as covert spies have substantially impacted their loved ones’ lives, and FUBAR season 2 will allow the Brunners to make amends.