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Modern Love is coming up with another exciting season 2 for the audience to cherish

Modern Love is an American romantic comedy anthology web television series. The series is based on a weekly column published by the New York Times. Amazon Video aired the series in October 2019. The series is very popular among the audience. The anticipation for season 2 is very high. As per updates, Modern Love has been renewed for season 2 right after season 1.

Brief Details Modern Love Season 2 –

The series was initially scheduled for October 2020 release, but now, due to the global pandemic, dates have been pushed back. No confirmed official dates are announced yet. The only confirmation that is revealed is the work has been resumed. The filming is going to continue throughout October, and five episodes will be filmed locally.

As per sources now, the production team is looking to cast Capital Region residents. They will be extras in a romantic comedy. They are looking for local men, women & children to play the role of NYC residents. Each episode will be different, so they are planning to hire a variety of people. Some people will have to shoot many episodes and others only for one or two. The cast of season 2 is not yet announced.

Not many details are available regarding season 2. Once the production and filming are completed, the audience can expect more insight into season 2. The official trailer or teaser is not yet released.

Brief Background Of Modern Love –

Explore the love in a multitude of forms, which includes self-love, sexual, platonic, and familial. These love forms are presented in eight half-hour episodes. Different love stories happening in New York City is shown.

Main Cast Of Modern Love –

Anne Hathaway, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Tina Fey, Shea Whigham, Andy García, Gary Carr, Dev Patel, Sofia Boutella, Caitlin McGee, John Gallagher Jr., John Slattery, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Brandon Victor Dixon, Laurentiu Possa, Catherine Keener, Ed Sheeran, Julia Garner, Jane Alexander, Cristin Milioti, Peter Hermann, Olivia Cooke, James Saito, Andrew Scott, Judd Hirsch

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