Anyone who has had the privilege of watching season one of gritty Netflix teen drama The Society knows the PERFECTION that is Sam and Grizz.
Their heart-warming love story evolved through a lack of communication to Grizz learning the wrong type of sign language to try and express himself to Sam, who is deaf.
When the pair finally connect and realise their romantic spark, BOY is it a treat for the audience. We've been anxiously waiting for the announcement of season two, and it's finally arrived:
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 9, 2019
Netflix has confirmed the news on their official Twitter account with a video of the cast welcoming a second instalment of the show, due in 2020.
"To the citizens of New Ham, we have some big news, really big, like bigger than the time that Gordie figured we're in a parallel universe," the leading actors of the series said.
"Are you ready? We're making season two of The Society. Do you know what this means? More pie. More fugitive. More memes. More answers. About Charlie. And Becca's baby daddy. And Grizz's hair. It will be worth the wait."
not to be dramatic but Sam wiping Grizz's tear off his face might be the most tender moment in television history pic.twitter.com/52w855fm1A
— The Society (@thesociety) May 27, 2019
JUST GIVE US MORE GRIZZ AND SAM (Gram? Sizz?) and NOBODY GETS HURT.
Season one of The Society followed a group of privileged teenagers who were brought to a parallel universe which perfectly resembles their hometown of West Ham.
The only difference? Their families have completely vanished without a trace. Things get pretty dark pretty damn fast after the lack of boundaries and shortage of food causes chaos and power struggles.
Variety reports that creator of the show Chris Keyser will return as showrunner and executive producer, with Marc Webb also returning as executive producer.
The incredible young cast includes Big Little Lies star Kathryn Newton, Grace Victoria Cox, Gideon Adlon, Rachel Keller, Jacques Colimon, Alex Fitzalan, and Olivia DeJonge.
Cox recently revealed that she has no idea who Becca's baby's daddy, but she's raising her daughter Eden with her BFF Sam (Sean Berdy).
"I have no clue! I don't know, so I'm just as excited to figure it out as everyone else," the Under the Dome star told Cosmopolitan UK.
gwen, sweetie pic.twitter.com/CrvqkYkLdB
— The Society (@thesociety) July 5, 2019
Cox, who plays one of the most frustrating characters in the show (Lexie) also opened up about her character's role in season 2 after she became New Ham's mayor with Harry (Alex Fitzalan).
"I would love to see Lexie trying to rule New Ham and because of Campbell and the guard and Harry, it just going terribly and all of the chaos that they would get into I think that would be really fun to act and for people to watch," she said.
Fun to watch…Hmmm…We don't know about that hun. The show may be entertaining, but seeing Campbell's plotting going his way is possibly more stressful than sitting the Leaving Cert. HE'S SCARY AF.
We could watch Grizz' philosophical musings all day thanks to the charming Jack Mulhern, but the cliffhangers from season one require answers.
What will become of Allie and Will? Can anyone solve the mystery of the bus driver? Who can figure out why the hell they're in a parallel universe? Stay tuned.
It's all fine and dandy though because Sam and Grizz will find each other again, once Grizz returns from his farming trip in the woods. All will be well. Please let all be well.
Feature image: Instagram/@thesocietynetflix