“Dead Pixels” Season 2 premieres Sunday, July 18, at 9:30 p.m., on The CW. Here’s everything you need to know about the show so far:
What is ‘Dead Pixels’ Season 2 About?
In the latest season of British sitcom “Dead Pixels,” Nicky and Meg’s friendship strengthens as they grow closer to one another. At the same time, Usman is struggling with addiction in both his professional life and personal relationships because he can’t stop playing Kingdom Scrolls III – The New World.
The first season of “Dead Pixels” deals with the group of friends melding their life online, both in and out. They struggle to keep straight what’s real and what is fake as they experience various interactions that challenge how things appear outside reality. After Meg catches her crush Russell cheating on his wife he gives a speech about love being rare which leaves an impactful impression on her new relationship Nicky who had been harboring feelings for Meg all along. Soon enough she suggests to him that it might be romantic if our characters get married inside the game one day–simply because there are no consequences!
In “Dead Pixels” Season 2, the show’s creators brilliantly included a new character with an online following: Daisy. Played by Rose Matafeo, she is also the leader of her own fan group called The Twelve Disciples and has been nominated for three Webby Awards since 2010 (including one in 2016). In Episode 4 (“The One Where Everyone Dies”), DVT becomes obsessed with making his way to meet Meg at Kingdom Scrolls because he believes that their destinies are intertwined – but when they finally do have their chance meeting it doesn’t go as planned.
Who Stars in ‘Dead Pixels’ Season 2 on The CW?
Alexa Davies stars as Megan “Meg” Jefferies, Will Merrick portrays Nicholas “Nicky” Kettle, Sargon Yelda is Usman. Charlotte Ritchie plays Alison, the roommate of Meg and Nicky. David Mumeni portrays Russell, a workmate of Meg’s.
When does ‘Dead Pixels’ Season 2 Premiere?
“Dead Pixels” Season 2 premieres on Sunday, July 18, at 9:30 p.m. (EST) on The CW.
Will There Be a ‘Dead Pixels’ Season 3?
There is no word yet on whether there will be a Season 3 of “Dead Pixels”. Check back here for updates.