Directed by Howard Deutch and Hiro Koda, Buried In Barstow is an American action thriller drama movie which is created for the Lifetime channel. It follows a single mother, Hazel King, who fights to save her daughter from the life she had when she was saving those who could not protect themselves. The executive producers of the series are Monica Castellanos, Laura Notarianni, Michael Rosenberg, Eric Scott Woods, Angie Harmon, David Rambo, and Stan Spry.
The makers hired some talented stars for the characters of the series that include Angie Harmon, Kristoffer Polaha, Lauren Richards, Gabriel ‘G-Rod’ Rodriguez, George Paez, Bruce McGill, Timothy Granaderos, and many more are there.
The series premiered on June 4, 2022, and received a decent response from critics and audiences. Buried In Barstow has been rated 7.5 out of 10 by IMDb. Are you curious about this American action thriller drama movie? Here, we have all the information related to Buried In Barstow Part 2.
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Buried In Barstow Part 2 Release Date
The series first premiered on June 4, 2022. The first film ended with the words “To Be Continued” on screen, and we see that Hazel is shot by someone who also abducts her co-worker Javier. She is left to die behind at her diner and Elliot tries to save her. Coming to the second part, Lifetime said that it will be a series of films.
The number of planned sequels remains unknown, but one is confirmed for now. Executive producer Harmon said that they are planning to make around six or eight and it is dependent on the response they would get from the audience. But there is no news regarding the production of the second part of the movie yet. So, the release date of Buried In Barstow Part 2 has not been confirmed yet.
Buried In Barstow Part 2 Storyline
The makers are currently silent on what would happen in Buried in Barstow 2. However, it must be noted that the makers have not confirmed a sequel, even though a note of the film to be continued was mentioned towards the end of the first film. The sequel will continue from where the first film ended and for now, let’s recall what happened in the first film.
It focused on Hazel King, a woman operating a diner in Barstow, California, who runs away to town after staying for some time in Las Vegas as an assassin. She had a daughter Joy, and she eventually disappeared to escape her past. However, she was found by her boss after 20 years and things become worse since her former boss is none other than her father, who sends a man named Elliot to take care of Hazel and make sure she does what she has to do. Hazel and Elliot develop a relationship, although the former does not know that Elliot is her father’s employee.
The first film ended at a point that left a lot of questions open for a sequel. Now the sequel will answer all the questions including the aftermath of Javier’s kidnapping and if Hazel managed to survive after being shot by someone. Considering the overall plot of the first film, there will be a lot of thrills and excitement in the upcoming sequel, and fans of the film are eagerly waiting for the second part. Since the film is related to the world of crime, the makers might decide to bring in some new and interesting characters for more thrilling moments.
Buried In Barstow Part 2 Cast
The cast of Buried In Barstow includes Angie Harmon, Kristoffer Polaha, Timothy Granaderos, Bruce McGill, Anthony Reynolds, Exie Booker, Brendan Patrick Connor, Casey Mills, Bronsonn Taylor, Mylea Hardy, Lauren Richards, George Paez, Gabriel ‘G-Rod’ Rodriguez, Ben Cain, Nelson Bonilla, Matthew Cornwell, Scott Hunter, Olivia Hawthorne, Jessica A. Caesar, and Amy Patterson.
The other cast of the series includes Patrick Young Jr., Chris TC Edge, Brent Moorer Gaskins, Gary Maniloff, Kamryn Phillips Sands, and many more are there.
Buried In Barstow Part 2 Trailer
Since the makers have not renewed the movie for a sequel, there is no trailer available for Buried In Barstow Part 2.
Where To Watch Buried In Barstow Part 2 Online?
The American action thriller drama movie, Buried In Barstow debuted on the American basic cable channel that is part of Lifetime Entertainment Services, a subsidiary of A&E Networks, Lifetime which is owned by Hearst Communications and The Walt Disney Company jointly.