Year Of Season 2 Premiere Date on Stan Original – Cast, Story, Trailer

Year Of Season 2 Release Date on Stan Original
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Year Of Storyline & Synopsis

Year Of is the story of a group of inner-city teens and their upwards and downwards in the last 2 years in high school. When one event could change the entire community, it puts every one of our characters on a path to change and self-discovery. The old friendships end and make way for new, exciting ones in which every character must reevaluate the things that matter to them most and the person they wish to be.

The series starts with what is a Year 11 kids’ social top-of-the-line event – throwing a Year 12 house party. Hook-ups are popping, pills are arranged, and hopes and fears are revealed. Unexpected alliances are formed and football matches are won, romantic relationships are tentatively forged and friendships forged and ended. Friendships that have been strained for years create new ones. It’s the most stressful moment in their life… to date at least.

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Show Information

TV Series: Year Of Season 2 (2024)
Network: Stan Original
Main Cast: Joshua Hewson, Tharanya Tharan, Sophia Wright-Mendelsohn
Genre: Drama

Cast of Year Of Season 2

Joshua Hewson As Gus
Sophia Wright-Mendelsohn As Kate
Tharanya Tharan As Priya
Samuel Dawson As George
Samuel El Rahi As Mo
Isabelle Graiche As Maya
Danielle Cormack As Lucinda
Nicholas Cradock As Brendan

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