‘Doom Patrol’: Alan Tudyk Explains Why He Won’t Appear In Second Season
‘Firefly’ actor Alan Tudyk has recently stated on Twitter that he won’t be appearing in the second season of DC Universe’s ‘Doom Patrol.’ He goes on to explain why he won’t be appearing: He will star in SyFy’s upcoming ‘Resident Alien’ series.
The full tweet is quoted below:
I do not know. I am sadly not in Season 2. Mr. Nobody will remain trapped in the painting> I have been busy with a new show called Resident Alien for SyFy, that will probably be out this summer, June, but who the hell knows. We shut production down out of caution of CoVid spread.
‘Doom Patrol’ fans who are expecting to see more of Alan Tudyk’s Mr. Nobody in season 2 will have to wait, because the Doom Patrol will be keeping themselves busy with other villains this season. We at The GWW have recently revealed that Dr. Tyme will be appearing in the second season. Popular theories for main antagonists include; Red Jack and the Brotherhood of DaDa. Red Jack is already set to appear in the second season of the series, and the Brotherhood of DaDa has been hinted at several times throughout the first season.
The series follows the unlikely heroes of the eponymous team who all received their powers through tragic circumstances and are generally shunned by society. The season 2 cast consists of returning members Diane Guerrero (Crazy Jane), April Bowlby (Rita Farr), Joivan Wade (Vic Stone), Matt Bomer (Larry Trainor), Brendan Fraser (Cliff Steele), and Timothy Dalton (Niles Caulder), as well as newcomers Abigail Shapiro (Dorothy Spinner), Roger Floyd (Red Jack) and Karen Obilom (Roni Evers).
Jeremy Carver (‘Supernatural,’ ‘Prodigal Son’) serves as creator and showrunner.
There is no premiere date known for ‘Doom Patrol’ season 2 yet, but it looks like the second season will premiere this summer, possibly late June.
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