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Impulse - Season 2



The series premiered on June 6, 2018, on YouTube Premium. It is executive produced by Lauren LeFranc, Doug Liman, David Bartis, and Gene Klein. LeFranc also acted as showrunner for the series. In July 2018, the series was renewed for a second season consisting of ten episodes, which premiered on October 16, 2019. The series was canceled in March 2020.




Impulse - Season 2



On July 19, 2018, the series was renewed for a second season consisting of ten episodes, which premiered on October 16, 2019.[11][12] On March 10, 2020, it was announced that the series had been canceled.[13]


Production for the pilot began in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on December 16, 2016.[2][3] Filming continued in the Cayuga community in Haldimand County, Ontario at locations including Cayuga Secondary School, the Cayuga Administration Building, Haldimand Motors, Toronto Motorsports Park, a resident's farm, as well as many other facilities. On January 13, 2017, the production filmed an accident scene on Kohler Road in Cayuga.[15] On October 13, 2017, filming for a portion of the rest of the series took place in the Carlisle community of Hamilton, Ontario.[16] Filming for the second season took place from February 21 to June 14, 2019, in Toronto.[17]


The first season was met with a positive response from critics upon its premiere. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds a 100% approval rating with an average rating of 6.70 out of 10 based on 9 reviews.[22]


YouTube has ordered a 10-episode second season of critically praised supernatural thriller series Impulse, directed and executive produced by Doug Liman (Bourne Identity), for premiere on YouTube Premium in 2019.


For any new viewers who looking to catch up ahead of season two or fans who want to watch it all over again, the 10-episode first season is currently free to stream. However, the offer is only available through the end of the summer, which presumably means Labor Day or shortly thereafter. The series has been a resounding success for YouTube, with the pilot drawing in over 42 million views.


The second season of the YouTube original series Impulse sees Henry (Maddie Hasson) continue to try to unravel the mystery of her teleportation superpower. While she has friends and family on her side, helping her gain control over her abilities, there are also dangerous forces that have taken an interest in her, leading to a lingering question of whether Henry could end up as a hero or a villain, herself.


Impulse, the action, sci-fi TV series from YouTube Premium is back. The second season which premiered on the 16th of October 2019 is fully packed with tracks from artists like Kimbra, Michael Miglio, and Britney Spears. You can listen to the complete list of credited songs and the season 2 soundtrack below.


Directed by Doug Aarniokoski and written by Akiva Goldsman and Terry Matalas, the pacing is consistent throughout the episode from start to the surprise finish. Nothing is wasted and there's a fresh start now with the Borg and Q (John de Lancie). While I'm not looking to get my hopes up too high only one episode in, the second season opener was a celebration of what the franchise can still be instead of a time of mourning what came before. Star Trek: Picard streams Thursdays on Paramount+.


The show was renewed for a second season a month after its premiere, but between then and the October 2019 debut of season two, YouTube pulled back on scripted series for its subscription-based premium tier (which also includes YouTube Music) and opted to focus more on unscripted and docuseries, while at the same time moving scripted shows onto its ad-supported tier.


We had the chance to sit down with actors Maddie Hasson, Missi Pyle & Callum Keith Rennie to discuss the upcoming second season of the YouTube Premium series Impulse. The series follows a young girl, Henrietta (Maddie Hasson), who discovers her ability of teleportation through a series of traumatic events. Missi Pyle plays the role of her mother, who moves around to different cities and takes her along for the ride, with Callum Keith Rennie taking on the role of the mysterious Nikolai. For our full interview, check out the video below!


For more on Impulse, you can check out their official trailer for Season 2 here. The new season begins on October 16th, and will be available for free streaming weekly, or available to binge all-at-once with YouTube Premium on day one. Make sure to keep it here on NYCityGuys for all your entertainment interviews & news!


Had the pleasure of opening the Impulse season this year! This is my edited opening set before Anii and Massano with tracks and remixes by 8kays, Black Circle, Coeus, Colyn, Eelke Kleijn, Fideles, Ivory, Quivver, Rufus Du Sol, Thimble, Whomadewho and more. Enjoy!


House of the Dragon season one ended with poor sweet Prince Luke, doomed son of Queen Rhaenyra, getting gobbled up like a grape. You've heard of snatching victory out of the jaws of defeat? Yeah. Luke just plain got chomped by them.


Well, war's here. It's been well and truly brinked and a willful Vhagar was the one who brinked it. Now that Prince Luke has been reduced to a sticky toffee wedged in the dragon's molars, here's a handy list of things to expect out of House of the Dragon season two, when it arrives sometime in early 2024.


We stuck to a handful of locations in season one, because the story was that of hairline cracks forming within a single ruling family and spidering outward. As the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons erupts in season two, we'll see Houses across Westeros getting pulled inexorably into the brutal and devastating conflict.


He went deep into the Dragonmount, singing a song in Old Valyrian in an attempt to entice the old dragon Vermithor out of retirement. And he mentioned a slew of other dragons that were currently riderless and/or wild who were all living on Dragonstone. He's going to spend a bunch of season two trying to get some saddles on those dragons and some butts in those saddles.


The dragon-on-dragon air battle between Vhagar and Arrax in the season finale also gave us a taste of what's coming. Some of our favorite characters are dragonriders. And as we've seen, a dragon battle isn't something that both sides walk away from.


It turns out that Viserys and Alicent had three sons, not two. We spent some time in season one with the whiny, wildly unfit sexual predator Aegon, who is now king. We got to know his younger brother, the intense, cruel Aemond One-Eye, who killed Prince Luke.


Take the fact that Rhaenyra and Alicent were close childhood friends. That's a pure show invention, but look at what it does: It centers these two women and allows the bond between them to come alive. We watch it stretch, rebound, and stretch again (until Vhagar comes along in the season finale to snap it in two). It was a smart choice that adds tension and drama and lets the actors playing them find layers of depth and regret that the book doesn't bother with.


So that'll be the real conflict in House of the Dragon season two. On one side you've got the demands of serialized drama to humanize characters and resist slotting them into the tidy and artificial slots of hero and villain. 041b061a72


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