Superman & Lois Season 2 teaser features a negative Teen Wolf return and Clark’s glitchy abilities. Unfortunately, Kent is not doing well in our first look at Superman & Lois season 2.
The first trailer for the CW superhero drama’s debut season is premiering exclusively on EW. When we last saw the lead couple and their children, they had just beaten Clark’s (Tyler Hoechlin) villainous half-brother Tal-Rho (Adam Rayner) and John Henry Irons’ (Wolé Parks) daughter Natalie (Tayler Buck) had crashed-landed on Earth-Prime.
Even with such a joyful conclusion, it appears that things will not get better for the Kents or Irons in the sequel of season one. A sixty-second preview explains that Clark and Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch) are facing miscommunications, which Jordan (Alexander Garfin) and Jonathan have noticed (Jordan Elsass).
Things haven’t been good for months, and Lois has accused Clark. Lois herself admitted that. Meanwhile, Clark doubts whether it’s all because he saw Natalie, the child and other version Lois had with John on his Earth, but Lois vehemently denies it. Whereas we all know that isn’t the reality, and Natalie’s appearance puts Lois on the spot.
The point that Clark likes about this portrayal of Lois Lane is how you can see all of her challenges and everything she’s faced to become who she is, and he believes they’ll expose so much more in season Two. Todd Helbing, showrunner, recently informed.
Superman & Lois Season 2 Teaser
As shown in the teaser, Clark is likewise suffering as a superhero. The Man of Steel’s refusal to swear loyalty to the United States has caused friction between him and his new DoD contact, Lt. Mitch Anderson, played by Hoechlin’s Teen Wolf co-star Ian Bohen.
Furthermore, Anderson referring to Superman as a problem in the field, together with scenes of Clark being evaluated by military medics and collapsing on the ground in pain, implies that something is wrong with his abilities.
The Irons family isn’t faring any better. Natalie is displeased with her father’s new alliance with Superman, which makes logical considering that the Last Son of Krypton wreaked havoc on their planet.
Superman & Lois comes to The CW on Tuesday, January 11, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.