THE END OF THE F***ING WORLD season 2 is here after more than two years of waiting. The show will be available to watch in the USA on Netflix but what time does the new series drop? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know
The End of The F***ing World season two will air on Channel 4 in the UK and Netflix in the USA. The dark comedy first premiered in 2017 and was nominated for BAFTA for best drama series last year. News of a second series was confirmed back in August 2018 and now highly anticipated second series is finally here.
What time is The End of The F***ing World season 2 on Netflix?
The End of The F***ing World season two will premiere first on Channel 4 in the UK tonight (Monday, November 4).
The first two episodes will air on Channel 4 between 10pm and 11pm GMT. After 11pm, the entire new series will then be available to stream in one go via Channel 4’s on-demand service All4.
UK fans will have the option to binge-watch the show online or watch the remaining six episodes this week on Channel 4.
The remainder of the series will continue to air between Tuesday, November 5 and Thursday, November 7 at 10pm on Channel 4.
US fans will be able to stream and download The End of The F***ing World season two from Tuesday, November 5.
Like most shows on Netflix, the series is expected to be released at 0.01am Pacific Standard Time in the US.
To watch The End of The F***ing World in the US, you can sign up to a 30 day free trial of Netflix.
After the trial is complete, you can subscribe to Netflix from $12.99 per month.
Netflix users in the UK will have to wait a few more months before the series drops on the streaming service.
What will happen in The End of The F***ing World season 2?
The End of The F***ing World season two is finally here after two years of waiting.
The first series was based on the comic book series of the same name by Charles Forsman.
Fans of the comic books will know that first season exhausted much of the original source material, so no one can predict what will happen in the latest series.
However, Channel 4 has confirmed the new series will take place two years after season one came to an end.
Viewers last saw James (played by Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden) escaping police capture somewhere near the British coast.
James told Alyssa to give herself up to the police and tell them he had kidnapped her and forced her to commit the murders.
But whether Alyssa went through with his plans remains unknown.
The teaser trailer for the new season confirms James is still alive after he was last seen running away from police to the sound of a gunshot ringing out.
In the trailer, there is a bullet with James’s name on it, suggesting someone is out to get him in the new series.
James is not the only one in trouble this series, with Alyssa potentially hiding a dangerous secret.
New girl Bonnie (Naomi Ackie) is also a murderer, who has a mysterious connection to Alyssa.
Channel 4 released a two-minute clip of the opening scene of season two which introduces Bonnie.
In the scene, Bonnie enters a corner shop where is she served by an old classmate named Jay.
Making small talk over the counter, Bonnie reveals she has spent her early 20s in prison for murder.
As she leaves the shop she says to Jay: “I’m going to go kill someone else now.”
Thankfully, viewers do not have long to wait to find out more about Bonnie and her past.
Speaking to The i, show writer Charlie Covell said: “Series one is about running away. Series two is about that moment where you have to go back and accept and face things to move on.”