After Life Season 2 will release on 24th April: Someone’s death can affect its love ones a lot and what if it leads to change a person wholly. Yes, you are predicting it very right. Here we are talking about the After life.
After the unexpected death of his wife, Tony decides he would rather live long enough to punish the world by speaking and doing whatever he wants.
Following a wonderful premiered season, the string is all set to hit the streaming platform Netflix with its second season this Friday (24th April). The writer/star Ricky Gervais thinks the show’s themes “might resonate even more” with audiences during these troublesome times of COVID- 19.
Again the show will revolve around Gervais’s character who is a writer for a small local paper. It will put light on his struggles to cope with the loss of his beloved wife Lisa (Kerry Godliman) and yes will keep a watchful eye over his sickly father Ray (David Bradley).
After Life season 2: Ricky Gervais on the upcoming
“I think there’s always the time for reflecting on family, and the elderly, and all the things that matter in life – safety, and comfort, and health,” Gervais told Honknews and other press. “I don’t think there’s ever a bad time to do that, it’s just that we usually take [those things] for granted.
“[The show is] not about now, but I think it might resonate even more.”
He further added: “I hope people are in the right frame of mind to enjoy it, and maybe it’ll make them feel a bit better. But it’s still entertainment. It’s not life-changing, it’s not a lecture – it’s still a sitcom, it’s just about a very, very important issue.”
The audience is desperately waiting for the next discharge of the show. On this, The BAFTA winner also joked that After Life’s return might prove especially welcome. He said “I think they’re tired of watching telly and it’s people on Zoom talking to each other!” he chuckled. “They want a high-budget thing, whatever it’s about!”
The actor also talked about his appearance in the show. He said
“People thought that he was ‘better’ at the end of [season] one. Why? Because someone asked him out on a date and made him feel better for a minute?”
“Is he ‘over’ depression? Is he ‘over’ his mental illness, his anxiety, his grief? No, he’s not. He’s just trying different ways to cope with it. It’s up and down, like life.”