Created for ABC by Marissa Jo Cerar, Women of the Movement is an American historical drama miniseries that is based on the book Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement by Devery S. Anderson. The book Death of Innocence: The Story of the Hate Crime That Changed America, by Mamie Till-Mobley and Christopher Benson was also included in the project last year.
Cerar is also the executive producer of the series along with Gina Prince-Bythewood, Jay Brown, Will Smith, James Lassiter, Rosanna Grace, John P. Middleton, Jay-Z, Tyran “Ty Ty” Smith, Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, Alex Foster, and David Clark.
The makers have hired some talented stars for the characters of this American miniseries that includes Adrienne Warren, Gary Basaraba, Glynn Turman, Chris Coy, Carter Jenkins, Tonya Pinkins, Cedric Joe, Ray Fisher, and Julia McDermott.
The series first premiered on January 6, 2022, with six episodes. The series follows when Mamie Till-Mobley’s son Emmett Till is mysteriously killed during the 1955 Jim Crow era in Mississippi. She fights to get justice for her son and ensures that he is not forgotten, leading to the civil rights movement.
Are you curious about the second season of this American historical drama miniseries? What is the release date of the second season of Women of the Movement? What is the storyline of Women of the Movement Season 2? who will be coming back to reprise their characters in the second season of Women of the Movement? Here, we have all the information about Women of the Movement Season 2.
Women of the Movement Season 2 Release Date
The makers have not renewed Women of the Movement for a second season yet, there is no release date for any new upcoming season of the series.
Jay-Z, Will Smith, and Aaron Kaplan attempted to make the miniseries inspired by Emmett Till’s life. They aimed to make it for HBO in 2016. They collaborated with a few more producers, but HBO left it at one point. It was planned to put more emphasis on women during the civil rights movement. The show entered development two years ago.
ABC officially announced the show during Till’s 65th death anniversary. Marissa Jo Cerar was brought in as the writer along with Gina Prince-Bythewood to helm the first episode.
Women of the Movement Season 2 Storyline
Produced by Two Drifters, Roc Nation, Westbrook Studios, and Kapital Entertainment, the makers of the series have not renewed Women of the Movement for a second season yet, and there is no news regarding the storyline for the new season.
Women of the Movement Season 2 Cast
The main cast of Women of the Movement includes Adrienne Warren as Mamie Till-Mobley, Cedric Joe as Emmett “Bobo” Till, Ray Fisher as Gene Mobley, Julia McDermott as Carolyn Bryant, Gary Basaraba as Sheriff Clarence Strider, Tonya Pinkins as Alma Carthan, Glynn Turman as Rev. Mose Wright, Chris Coy as J. W. Milam, and Carter Jenkins as Roy Bryant.
The recurring cast of the series includes Jamir Vega as Simeon Wright, Leslie Silva as Ruby Hurley, Alex Désert as Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Howard, Tongayi Chirisa as Medgar Evers, Daniel Abeles as Chet Packton, Gil Bellows as Gerald Chatham, Dan Byrd as Dan Wakefield, Jason Gaines as Johnny Whitten, Ted Welch as Harvey Henderson, Deja Dee as Willie Mae, Hudson Hurley as Roy Bryant Jr., Charlotte Haynes Hazzard as Mandy Bradley, Joshua Caleb Johnson as Wheeler Parker Jr., Chris Butler as Rayfield Mooty, Miles Fowler as Simeon Booker, Jason Turner as James L. Hicks, and many more are there.
Women of the Movement Season 2 Trailer
Women of the Movement Season 2 trailer has not come out yet since the makers have not confirmed the renewal of the new season. But for now, you can check out the trailer from the first season on YouTube.
where to watch Women of the Movement Season 2 Online?
You cannot watch Women of the Movement Season 2 online on any streaming service platform since it has not been released yet. But if you have not watched the series’s first season, you can watch it online on the American commercial broadcast television network American Broadcasting Company (ABC). If the makers release the new season of this historical drama mini-series, then it will also be available on the same platform as the first season.