Channel Zero Season 2: Syfy’s American anthology television series Channel Zero created by Nick Antosca starring Paul Schneider, Fiona Shaw, Shaun Benson and Natalie Brown in the key roles, after creating quite a lot of buzz among the viewers by delivering a noteworthy episode one titled as “You Have To Go Inside”. And now it seems that the makers of the show are all set to come up with Channel Zero season 2 after the delivery of the first season. According to a report by release- date.info the showrunners will be gearing up for the second season of Channel Zero which will be released in the year 2017. However, the news has not yet been officially confirmed by the makers of the show. The anthology series acquired quite a lot of positive reviews right after the release of the first episode and now the fans are eagerly waiting for the telecast of the second episode of the very first series titled as “I’ll Hold Your Hand”.
The plotline of Channel Zero revolves around the depiction of Creepypastas and short internet spooky stories. And the season one highlights the storyline of Candle Cove. However, Channel Zero season two is subtitled as “The No End House” and is entirely shot at Oakbank Manitoba. Right after the portrayal of the first episode of the very first season the intensity level of the plotline is expected to be more in the next episode as it had the ability to keep the viewers engrossed towards the series. The character of Mike Painter(Paul Schneider) is one of the important roles that is depicted in the series. And the viewers are expecting the character to keep them intrigued towards the plotline of the series more by depicting the exact requirement of the scenarios with utmost perfection so that the character of Mike Painter can stand out in his own rights.
A lot of American television series are coming up these days. However, the intriguing level of it depends on upon its plotline and the acting prowess of the actors involved in the series, which grabs the attention of the fans. It is also very important for the makers of the show to set an intensity level for the viewers through the plotline. Nevertheless, with the delivery of the first episode of Channel Zero season 1, the response seems to be quite good. Therefore the rest of the episodes will surely draw the attention of the fans and keep them utterly awaited for the release of Channel Zero season 2.