The English adaptation of the Chilean podcast Case 63 is a sci-fi podcast centered on psychiatrist Dr. Standing Eliza Beatrix Knight and her patient Peter Roiter, who claims to be from the future. Developed and written by Julio Rojas, the first season of the Spotify Original premiered on October 25, 2022. Since its release, the cinematic podcast has received critical acclaim from critics and viewers alike.
Noisy Vanity Fair The podcast topped the Spotify charts in the US, UK, Canada and Ireland just two days after its release. What is most striking is how the story describes broad concepts like time travel with theories grounded in reality. After the amazing cliffhanger in the season 1 finale, fans are very curious about the release date and other details of Case 63 season 2. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Case 63 Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of Case 63 was released on Spotify on October 25, 2022, and all 10 episodes were released together. The Chilean podcast first aired in November 2020 and ran for three seasons. While the second season premiered a year later in 2021, the third and final season concluded the story on October 18, 2022. The first season of the Brazilian version came out in July 2021, while the second and third seasons premiered on February 8, 2022 and November 8, 2022, respectively. Here’s everything we know about Case 63 Season 2 so far.
While there hasn’t been an announcement of the renewal by Spotify just yet, the cast have expressed their excitement for the second season. Speaking to Vanity Fair, Julianne Moore opened up about the possibility of a second season and what the plan is for it to go ahead. She said her experience was enjoyable and she wants to do it again. And with the season ending on a cliffhanger and with so much more to explain, it’s likely that there will be a second season of Case 63.
Speaking to the same source, the actress mentioned that the shoot was completed within a few days. Also, it’s important to note the gap of about a year between the adaptation’s announcement and its release. Considering all this information, it’s likely that season 2 of the radio drama series will be released in early or mid-2023, following a similar release pattern to the Brazilian and Chilean versions.
Case 63 season 2 cast: who can join?
dr Eliza Beatrix Knight (Julianne Moore) is a psychiatrist treating a patient, Peter Roiter (Oscar Isaac), who claims he came from the future to stop Marie Baker (Zoe Winters) from boarding Flight 262. If he is unsuccessful, a global catastrophe will wipe out humanity. The doctor is skeptical, but as the story progresses Peter is able to convince her by describing future events and telling things about the doctor that no one should really know. If the podcast were to continue, these characters and performers would most likely reprise their roles. Also, some new actors and their characters may appear as the story progresses.
Case 63 Season 2 Plot: What could it be about?
In season 1, after Peter convinces Eliza that he is indeed from the future and needs to immunize Marie Baker, the doctor decides to help him. She follows his instructions and takes his blood plasma to inject Marie. However, things take a turn when she finds out that Marie is her sister’s friend. Eliza’s sister Danny has leukemia and will soon start a new treatment, plasma immunology therapy, for which Marie will donate her plasma. Realizing that she cannot deny Danny a chance at life, Eliza tells Marie to leave and breaks the blood sample bottle.
In the next few moments we learn that Eliza is missing and was last seen at JFK airport. Elsewhere, Eliza is in a hospital where a police officer tells her that she was found naked in a restroom at JFK airport. At that moment, Peter, or someone who looks exactly like him, walks in and says he’s Dr. Vincent. Confused by what is happening around her, Eliza asks what year it is and the answer shocks her – 2012.
The story in a possible season 2 will probably pick up from this point. Since the mechanics of time travel are still unclear, we could understand how Eliza traveled back to 2012 while she was studying and what was the reason for it. However, there’s a chance we’ll be left with more questions than answers, since the Chilean version doesn’t get answers to many of the questions from seasons 1 and 2 until season 3.