‘NOS4A2’ Season 2 Trailer: Vampire Serial Killer Charlie Manx Has A New Target

Evil never truly dies, it just waits for the next season. That holds true for Zachary Quinto’s Charlie Manx in AMC’s hit vampire series, NOS4A2, because he’s back with a brand new target in season 2.

Eight years have passed since events at the end of season 1, and now Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings) is caring for her young son Wayne, only to learn that Charlie, the vampire serial killer she thought was dead, is alive and kicking. And Charlie’s got his sights set on her boy.

The series is based on the book by Joe Hill, with Jami O’Brien as showrunner. Jahkara Smith, Olafur Darri Olafsson, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Virginia Kull, Jonathan Langdon, Ashley Romans, Jason David, and Mattea Conforti all play a role in the second season, as well.

NOS4A2 season 2 hits AMC beginning June 21st.

SYNOPSIS: NOS4A2’s second season picks up eight years after the events of season one. Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings) remains more determined than ever to destroy Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto). Charlie, having faced his own mortality, emerges desperate for revenge against Vic. This time, he sets his sights on the person who means most to Vic – her eight-year-old son Wayne. The race for Wayne’s soul sends Vic and Charlie on a high-speed collision course, forcing both to confront the mistakes of their pasts in order to secure a hold on Wayne’s future.

Travis Hopson
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