Welcome back, readers! Raising Dion Season 2 is a sci-fi drama series based on a comic book and short film of the same name. The show follows the story of a single mom and her son as they deal with the loss of her husband.
What is the story about? When will it premiere? Is it binge-worthy enough? Is there any trailer for the show? Where will it premiere? Keep scrolling; we have answers to all your questions in this article.
Raising Dion: Release Date
You won’t have to wait much for the series now. Raising Dion Season 2 will premiere on February 1 exclusively on Netflix. The show will consist of 8 episodes.
Raising Dion: Cast and Crew
The series stars Alisha Wainwright as Nicole Reese, Ja’Siah Young as Dion Warren, Jazmyn Simon as Kat Neese, Sammi Haney as Esperanza Jimenez, Jason Ritter as Pat Rollins, Ali Ahn as Suzanne Wu, Griffin Robert Faulkner as Brayden Mills, Michael B. Jordan as Mark Warren, Gavin Munn as Jonathan King, Donald Paul as Mr. Anthony Fry, and Matt Lewis as Mr. Campbell.
Carol Barbee is the creator and one of the executive producers of the series. Other executive producers of the series include Charles D. King, Kim Roth, Poppy Hanks, Kenny Goodman, Dennis Liu, Seith Mann, Michael B. Jordan, and Michael Green.
Raising Dion: Trailer
The show does not have any official trailer yet.
Raising Dion: More Updates
The official synopsis of the show says, “Raising Dion follows the story of Nicole (Alisha Wainwright) and her son Dion (Ja’Siah Young) after Dion starts to manifest several mysterious, superhero-like abilities. Two years after defeating the Crooked Man (Jason Ritter), Season Two follows Dion as he continues honing his powers with the support of his mom and Tevin (Rome Flynn), his Biona trainer, who catches Nicole’s eye. However, after befriending new student Brayden (Griffin Robert Faulkner) – a fellow powered kid – a series of alarming events unfold, and Dion learns that danger is still looming. Navigating twists, turns, and surprise visitors, Dion and Nicole must prevail again — not just to save themselves, but the entire city of Atlanta.”