From Season 2: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, and Everything We Know So Far

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Prepare for more spooky and mysterious events as the sci-fi horror series, From returns for its second season. After captivating viewers last year, including renowned horror writer Stephen King, fans eagerly anticipate the show’s continuation.

From the creators of the hit series Lost comes another gripping tale filled with perplexing mysteries. The story follows a family who finds themselves lost in a strange town that traps anyone who enters.

Starring Harold Perrineau, the show airs on Sky and NOW in the UK. Fans are anxiously awaiting season 2 to find out what happens after the cliffhanger ending of the previous season.


So, when can viewers expect season 2 to air? Read on to discover everything you need about From season 2 on Sky Sci-Fi and now.


  • Harold Perrineau as Boyd Stevens
  • Catalina Sandino Moreno as Tabitha Matthews
  • Eion Bailey as Jim Matthews
  • Hannah Cheramy as Julie Matthews
  • Simon Webster as Ethan Matthews
  • Ricky He as Kenny Liu
  • Chloe Van Landschoot as Kristi Miller
  • Corteon Moore as Ellis Stevens
  • Pegah Ghafoori as Fatima Hassan
  • David Alpay as Jade Herrera
  • Elizabeth Saunders as Donna Raines
  • Elizabeth Moy as Tian-Chen Liu
  • Avery Konrad as Sara Myers
  • Scott McCord as Victor
  • Nathan D Simmons as TBC
  • Kaelen Ohm as TBC
  • Angela Moore as TBC
  • AJ Simmons as TBC
  • Deborah Grover as TBC

From Season 2 Release Date

The show’s second season premiered on Sunday, April 23, 2023, on MGM+. Additionally, the show can be streamed on MGM on Prime Video. It is also available on Sky Si-Fi in the UK and Paramount+ in Canada. Exciting news for Xfinity customers, as they can watch all episodes of From Season 1 and the first three episodes of From Season 2 as part of Xfinity’s “Free This Week” program from May 8 to May 14.

Is There a From Season 2 Trailer?

The highly anticipated Season 2 trailer for “From” has finally been released, and it’s guaranteed to send shivers down your spine. This three-minute clip is packed with jump scares and features none other than the master of horror himself, Stephen King.

The trailer picks up right where Season 1 left off, with Perrineau’s character, Boyd, experiencing unexplainable events and sensing a dark and sinister presence around him. Things worsen when new residents arrive in the community, adding even more tension and fear to the already uneasy atmosphere. These newcomers appear to be strange and unsettling, causing even an elderly couple to be scared out of their wits. It needs to be determined whether they are creatures from the forest or other monsters looking to prey on the vulnerable community.

The trailer is dominated by creepy and chilling imagery, including dead birds, twisted and contorted bodies, and unnerving characters. This is set to an ominous rendition of the classic song “Dream A Little Dream of Me.” After watching this trailer, you will never hear that song in the same way again.

From Season 2 Plot


From is a sci-fi horror set in a small town in middle America. The said town is shrouded in mystery, and strange, dark forces keep imprisoning every person who sets foot there. The first season follows the main characters, led by Jim and Tabitha Matthews, who arrive in the town with their family, among other residents who struggle to find a way to escape the terror, but of course, they can’t. The nightmarish place gets even scarier with further threats from the town’s surrounding forest. Did we mention there are strange and scary creatures too? Well, there are, and they only come out after sundown. The first season ends with a busload of newcomers arriving in the town. In the second season, the protagonists not only have to deal with these strangers but also continue to deal with the town’s sinister energy and the chaos it causes to their lives while also searching for a way to escape.

Here’s the official synopsis of From Season 2:

“Hidden truths about the nature and terrifying origins of the town begin to emerge, even as life for its residents is plunged into chaos by the arrival of mysterious newcomers.”

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