It’s been a minute since Outcast was part of Cinemax’s lineup of original programming, but after nearly two years, the supernatural series is set to return for its second (and presumably final) season. An adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s comic book of the same name, Outcast made a creepy splash in 2016, telling the story of Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit), and the supernatural forces that effectively destroyed his life. Having returned home following accusations of violent domestic assault, Kyle gradually comes to realize there are otherworldly entities at play and he may be the key to stopping them.
Though moderately well-received, the series initially seemed like a big get for Cinemax, as it gave HBO’s sister channel the opportunity to market an original program with the tag “from the creator of The Walking Dead.” And yet, almost inexplicably, the series vanished from Cinemax’s lineup following the season 1 finale, all the way back in August of 2016. The second season already aired last year in the U.K., and now the show will (finally) go on in the U.S..
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