Even though the fall season is fast approaching, Netflix’s smash hit Aussie series Surviving Summer has us all eagerly awaiting its return. The first season of this thrilling show had us on the edge of our seats with its captivating storyline, complex characters, and unexpected twists. And now, we’re anxiously waiting for news about the highly anticipated second season.
Netflix has finally announced the release date of Surviving Summer season 2, putting to rest rumors and speculation that were running rampant on the internet about what we can expect from the show’s return. Will we see the return of our favorite characters? Will the new season take us to exciting new locations? And what dangers will our heroes face this time around?
We’ll be your guide to all the latest updates, cast announcements, and filming details about Surviving Summer season 2. So grab your sunscreen and your favorite cold beverage, and get ready to dive back into the world of Surviving Summer. It’s going to be a wild ride!
Surviving Summer season 2 release date
Netflix officially announced that the second season of Surviving Summer will be released on Friday, Sept. 15. As always, the season will release all of its episodes at 12 a.m. PT and 3 a.m. ET. For more Netflix release times based on time zones, check out our guide to find out when the streamer releases new movies and shows in your area.
Surviving Summer season 2 trailer
Along with the release date announcement, Netflix also unveiled the official trailer for the highly anticipated second season. In the advanced look at the new season, we get a preview of what to expect and where all of our favorites will be when the new episodes land in our watch list in September. Watch the trailer in the video below!
Surviving Summer season 2 filming locations
The surf’s up and the cameras already finished rolling as Surviving Summer season 2 has officially wrapped production! Reports started buzzing that filming began in February 2023 at the stunning Great Ocean Road on Wadawurrung Country in Victoria, and fans can’t wait to see what kind of waves our intrepid surfers will be catching this time around.
Surviving Summer season 2 plot
In this highly anticipated second season, we’ll be joining Summer Torres (Sky Katz) once again on her return to Shorehaven, where she’s ready to impress her Aussie pals with her epic surfing skills.
But things won’t be all smooth sailing for our surf-obsessed protagonist. She’ll be facing rollercoaster romances, a mysterious new coach, and a fierce rival surfer who’s determined to take her down. Will Summer be able to conquer the waves and come out on top? Or will she wipe out in the face of these challenges?
One thing’s for sure — with Sian Davies and Christian Van Vuuren at the helm once again, we’re in for another wild ride with Surviving Summer season 2.
Check out the season’s official synopsis via Netflix:
“A year ago, Summer Torres made the best friends she’d ever had and romance blossomed with Ari Gibson. Inspired by that magical time in Shorehaven, Summer’s been surfing constantly in the unforgiving breaks around Rockaway Beach, New York. A new dream has been forming – return to Shorehaven and become a career surfer, like her Aussie mates. Summer’s mother, Margot, finally says yes to a trip down under, but this time she’s coming to keep an eye on her unpredictable daughter.
Poppy, Bodhi and Marlon are delighted to have Summer back, although Ari’s feelings are more complicated. But no one can believe it when Summer announces she wants to make the State Team and compete at Nationals, just like them. Their jaws drop all over again when Summer crashes a final in the middle of the tryouts and rips. She’s not just good, she’s a contender. Problem is, when Summer miraculously makes the team, she also makes a mortal enemy of the team captain – Ari’s new girlfriend, Wren.”
Surviving Summer season 2 cast
Hang ten, surf fans! We’ve got some totally tubular news about the Surviving Summer season 2 cast! Our favorite wave-riders are back in action, including Sky Katz as Summer, João Gabriel Marinho as Marlon Sousa, Kai Lewins as Ari Gibson, Savannah La Rain as Bodhi Mercer, and the one and only reigning Open Women’s Queensland Surf Champion, Lilliana ‘Lil’ Bowrey as Poppy Tetanui.
But that’s not all. We’re also stoked to announce the addition of some gnarly new talent to the cast. Olympia Valance is hitting the beach as Elo, Annabel Wolfe is riding the waves as Wren, and Josh MacQueen is hanging ten as Baxter. We can’t wait to see these new characters shake things up and add to the already stellar ensemble.
Make sure to stay tuned to Netflix Life for the official release date for Surviving Summer season 2 and more new updates!
FanSided Entertainment staff contributed to this report.