Trese Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know

Philippine mythology and folklore were given a platform to shine on a global scale via Netflix’s Trese. The plot follows Manila-based detective Alexandra Trese as she looks into cases involving creatures with extraordinary powers, adapted from the comics by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo. Fans are eagerly awaiting Season 2 after the first season made it into the top 10 in 19 countries.

The problem is that we still haven’t gotten a second season after more than two years. More villains await Alexandra, as hinted at in the first season’s post-credits sequence. Then why does it matter? Has Trese been postponed? Or are they just being deliberate with their pace? All the information you want for Trese: Season 2 is provided here.

Trese Season 2 Renewal Status

Several sources have said that the program has finished; therefore, it seems probable that Netflix has decided not to continue the animated series for a second season.

However, Trese seemed to have a promising future. Only three days after its debut, the animated series cracked the top ten in 19 different regions on Netflix. One of Netflix’s original series, “Trese,” is based on a Filipino comic book.

It was therefore not unexpected that the anime version topped Netflix’s Philippines top ten. Regrettably, there were Filipinos who felt the main actor’s Filipino dubbing was dull and uninteresting. Despite this, the show was nonetheless quite well received.

Trese Season 2 Release Date

Season 1 of “Trese” debuted on Netflix in the United States on June 10, 2021. One day later, the program was released all over the world. The six episodes range in length from twenty-five to thirty-three minutes. Season 1 was co-produced by Jay Oliva (‘Justice League Dark’) and overseen by Tan and Baldisimo. Both the premiere and finale of the season were directed by Oliva.

Renewal is imminent if “Trese” can achieve similar ratings success as the previously stated programs. Season 1 also serves as an adaptation of the original Komik series’ first three volumes.

Tan and Baldisimo’s work has a wealth of information that may be used for future adaptations. You may look forward to the release of ‘Trese’ season 2 in 2024 if the program is greenlit in the next few months.

Trese Storyline

Alexandra Trese is a mysterious investigator who specializes in cases with supernatural elements, and the narrative Trese incorporates elements of Philippine horror mythology with dark and realistic storytelling. These cases mostly occur in the capital region of the Philippines.

Because of her expertise in the paranormal, Captain Guerrero often considers Alexandra as a backup plan when the police are unable to handle a paranormal breach. Together, the two enigmatic and supernatural beings known as the Kambal lend Alexandra a hand as they protect the streets of Manila from various mythical beings from Filipino folklore.

Trese Cast

  • Alexandra Trese Voiced by: Shay Mitchell (English)
  • The Kambal / Crispin and Basilio Voiced by: Griffin Puatu (English)
  • Captain Guerrero Voiced by: Matt Yang King (English)
  • Hank Voiced by: Jon Jon Briones (English)
  • Anton Trese Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui (English)
  • Miranda Trese Voiced by: Nicole Scherzinger (English)
  • Maliksi Voiced by: Manny Jacinto (English)
  • Bagyon Kulimlim Voiced by: Dante Basco (English)
  • Bagyon Lektro Voiced by: Eric Bauza (English)
  • Ibwa Voiced by: Steve Blum (English)
  • Nuno Voiced by: Eric Bauza (English)
  • Marco Guerrero Voiced by: Darren Criss (English)
  • Mayor Sancho Santamaria Voiced by: Lou Diamond Phillips (English)
  • Bantay Voiced by: Griffin Puatu (English)
  • Young Crispin/Basilio Voiced by: Ratana (English)
  • Santelmo Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui (English)
  • Woman reporter Voiced by: Deedee Magno Hall (Englis
  • Emissary Voiced by: Deedee Magno Hall (English
  • Amie Voiced by: Tania Gunadi (English)
  • Hannah Voiced by: Tania Gunadi (English)
  • Dominic Voiced by: Yang King (English)
  • Nova Aurora Voiced by: Leslie-Anne Huff (English)

Trese Season 2 Plot

We may confidently make forecasts by looking at the events of season 1. By the conclusion of the first season, Trese had vanquished the demon warlord Talagbusao and used the Dragon’s Gate to imprison him in a parallel reality. The threats of the supernatural, however, will follow Trese wherever she goes. After the credits roll, a jiangshi, a vampire-like monster from China, travels to Manila to find Alexandra.

If there is a second season, the events in the finale are set up wonderfully for it. The jiangshi’s desires remain unknown to us at this time. The Jiangshi’s true motives will be revealed if the program is renewed. In the pilot, Trese did an excellent job as the supernatural detective. But she has her own family and personal problems to solve.

Talagbusao, the “God of War,” exposed Trese’s father’s dread of her potential and murdered her twin sister during her epic fight with her. Even though we don’t know much about them just yet, we found out that Trese has more siblings. Their debut is probably going to happen in Season 2.

Where to watch Trese Season 2?

Trese: Season 2 is not yet accessible in the US since there has been no announcement about its availability. However, American audiences will be able to watch Trese: Season 2 on Netflix whenever it is renewed. While Americans wait for Season 2, they can also enjoy Trese: Season 1 on Netflix.

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