Will there be a Reckoning season 2?

True Blood's Sam Trammell and Rectify's Aden Young play an ex-serial killer and a detective engaged in cat and mouse games.

Reckoning

Australian thriller Reckoning is set in a sleepy suburban town, and follows two fathers who are set on a path of mutual destruction following the murder of a teenage girl – and the subsequent rumours of a local serial killer.

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The ten-episode mini-series is available to stream on Netflix, and for fans looking for another instalment the only question is whether or not the show will be renewed for a second season.

Here’s everything you need to know about Reckoning season two.

When is Reckoning season 2 released?

A second season hasn’t yet been confirmed, but we’ll keep this page updated.

Reckoning season 2 episodes: What will happen?

Reckoning has not yet been renewed for a second season, so it’s not yet been confirmed who will star or what the storylines might feature – although they’ll likely include more murder!

*Warning: mild spoilers for Reckoning season one*

Season one focussed on two men: Leo (Sam Trammell) and Mike (Aden Young), whose lives continually overlap in increasingly destructive ways.

The start of season one saw Leo, a high school guidance counsellor, speaking to a priest in  a confessional booth – and we learn that he’s a ‘former’ serial killer, who has previously killed a number of teenage girls before dumping their bodies along the Russian River.

Meanwhile, Mike is a family man and troubled detective at the local sheriff’s department. Both he and Leo are seen dropping their kids off at school – where Gretchen McGrath (Claude Scott-Mitchell), a teenage girl, has gone missing.

But when a body is discovered by Russian River, Mike and Leo are set on a course for mutual destruction – one that will endanger both their families.

Reckoning season 2 trailer

There’s no trailer for season two yet, as it hasn’t been commissioned. But if you’re new to the series, you can watch the trailer for season one below to get a feel for what it’s all about.

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