Shoresy Season 2 Release Date Confirmation on Renewal or Cancellation!

The much-loved foul-mouthed side character from ‘Letterkenny’ returns in ‘Shoresy’ for his own sport-centered comic show. Shoresy is now a member of the Sudbury Bulldogs, a failing AAA hockey team that promises to never lose another game.Of course, keeping the promise will need some of Shoresy’s own brand of ingenuity, as well as his trademark surprisingly colorful words. ‘Shoresy,’ written and directed by Jared Keeso, who also plays the major character, is a godsend for lovers of ‘Letterkenny,’ especially the titular character.

The series has also been praised by critics for bringing back the unique kind of humor that made Shoresy so successful in the first place. Let’s take a look at what we know about ‘Shoresy’ season 2 now that season 1 is over.

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Shoresy Season 2 Release Date

Season 1 of ‘Shoresy’ premiered on Hulu on May 27, 2022. It first aired on Crave, a Canadian video-on-demand service, on May 13, 2022. Season 1’s six half-hour episodes were released at the same time. There have been no official reports about season 2 being greenlit.

If Keeso’s other project, ‘Letterkenny,’ which has 10 seasons under its belt, is any indication, we could be in for a few more seasons of ‘Shoresy.’ The show’s special brand of humor is one that may keep viewers amused for several seasons. Shoresy’s team, the Sudbury Blueberry Bulldogs, is also ready to start the upcoming hockey season at the end of Season 1, which bodes well for a possible Season 2.

Furthermore, because the show is set in the ‘Letterkenny’ universe, other fan-favorite characters may cross over or make cameo appearances in ‘Shorsey.’ Of course, the show’s first season’s ratings will be a key component in determining whether or not subsequent seasons will be approved.Things are looking up for the spinoff, with Keeso’s sense of humor intact and the spillage from ‘Letterkenny’ viewers. All things considered, we anticipate a second season of ‘Shoresy’ in late 2022 or early 2023.

Who could be in the cast of Shoresy Season 2?

Jared Keeso, who plays the foul-mouthed titular character, leads the cast of ‘Shoresy.’ Tasya Teles plays Nat, the team’s owner, while Harlan Blayne Kytwayhat plays Sanguinet, Shoresy’s trusted, sidekick and teammate. Blair Lamora (Ziigwan), Keilani Elizabeth Rose (Michigan), Ryan McDonell (Michaels), Camille Sullivan (Lauren), and Laurence Leboeuf as play supporting roles. The three Jims are played by Jon Mirasty, Brandon Nolan, and Jordan Nolan.

We anticipate that the cast members listed above, as well as the majority of the others from season 1, will return for a possible second season. There could also be some new cast members, as well as some returning faces from the ‘Letterkenny’ cast.

What Could the Plot of Shoresy Season 2?

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Season 1 ends with the Sudbury Blueberry Bulldogs falling in the championship to the Soo Cyclones. After witnessing her squad do so well, Nat had a change of heart and chooses to sponsor them for another season. Shoresy intends to ramp up the violence in the forthcoming playoffs, and the final scene shows the squad preparing for the new hockey season.

Season 2 might, rather neatly, focus on the team’s follow-up hockey season and how well they achieve their lofty ambitions. More of the show’s trademark brand of humor, as well as Shoresy’s grossly graphic one-liners, can be expected. Season 1 teased a possible romance between the titular character and a reporter, which we could see develop further in a possible season 2.

Final Lines

The show’s director, Jacob Tierney, recently spoke with Movie Web about the differences between Shoresy and Letterkenny. “They’re two separate animals,” he explained. “Shoresy is narrating a tale… Letterkenny, on the other hand, is intended to be the polar opposite of that, a place where you can return time and time again with no major plot.

I don’t believe they have the same goals or desires.” Shoresy is attempting to try something little more ambitious in terms of story than its predecessor, as Tierney explains. “Unlike Letterkenny, there’s a story that pulls you along.”

That’s why, as we spin the tale for them, I’m really happy for folks to see all six episodes and to watch them in order,” Tierney added. The director also mentioned that Season 2 has yet to be confirmed, but that hasn’t prevented him from starting preparations: “We’re not finished yet.” More is something we’d like to do.”