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The Unicorn Season 2 Release Date
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About The Unicorn
Fans of The Unicorn won’t be disappointed. CBS just announced they’ve renewed the TV show for a second season for the 2020-21 broadcast season. Season 2 of the heartfelt comedy picks up with widower and single dad Wade (Walton Goggins) infatuated with the mystery woman (Natalie Zea, The Detour) he helped to capture an injured skunk during their meet-cute in a cemetery in the March finale.
"He knows she has a big heart, she's impulsive, she's beautiful…he just doesn't know her name or how to find her," says executive producer Bill Martin. Adds fellow exec producer Mike Schiff, "But Wade being Wade, none of those details deter him, despite his friends' misgivings."
As for those pals, they're chasing new beginnings too: Human resources exec Forrest (Rob Corddry) starts a job where he's 15 years older than his colleagues, and mother-of-four Michelle (Maya Lynne Robinson) goes back to college to finish her degree.
Series 2 Episode 1 Synopsis
“There’s Something About Whoever-She-Was” – After Wade has an instant connection with a woman he met briefly in a parking lot, he’s determined to find her again. Also, Michelle waits to hear from the colleges she applied to for her business degree, and Natalie tries to convince Wade she’s old enough to get her ears pierced, on the second season premiere of THE UNICORN, Thursday, Nov. 12 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Natalie Zea recurs this season as Shannon, the mystery woman.
Available On: CBS
Stars: Omar Benson Miller Rob Corddry Walton Goggins
Last episode of The Unicorn on CBS aired on March 12, 2020.
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