Shining Vale, Courteney Cox’s smash horror comedy series, has been renewed for a second season by Starz. The show began production in 2018 and premiered on Starz on March 6, 2022, to critical and fan acclaim. Pat Phelps, an erotic novelist, and her family move to the titular little town in Shining Vale. They do this for a change after Pat is caught having an affair, bringing her into contact with dark powers that may be more beneficial to her than first appears.
Shining Vale will return for a second season, with eight episodes, according to Deadline. Along with Cox, Greg Kinnear, who plays Terry, and Mira Sorvino, who plays Rosemary, are scheduled to return. Jeff Astrof, a co-creator of Shining Vale, expressed his delight at the renewal news, saying that he and his co-creator Sharon Horgan are eager to continue working on this twisted universe and its people. Below are Astrof’s complete words:
Sharon and I are ecstatic to be able to tell the next eight chapters of the Phelps’ journey, particularly considering the way season one concluded. In season two, I’m looking forward to the crushing pressure of attempting to raise the bar even higher. But anything is possible for us. ‘We Are Phelps!’ after all.
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With such excellent feedback for Shining Vale season 1, viewers will be eager to see what happens next, especially after such a thrilling climax. Furthermore, Cox’s enthralling portrayal as the primary character should continue to draw in viewers, particularly those who have yet to see the show. Season 2 is expected to launch in at least a year, giving viewers plenty of time to catch up on the show. In the meanwhile, StarzPlay has Shining Vale season 1 available to view.