If you haven’t seen yet one of us is lying however, you are in for an absolute treat.
The mysterious teen drama recently returned for Season 2, and now you can watch it in its entirety, exclusively on Stan.
Based on the best-selling novel by Karen M. McManus, the first season saw high school students Nate, Bronwyn, Cooper, and Addy fight to clear their names after their partner Simon was killed while the group was in custody.
After discovering the role of Addy’s boyfriend, Jake, in her untimely death, the season ended on a heart-stopping cliffhanger that meant the “Killer Club,” as they were known, was thrust back into a world of secrets, silence and suspicions.
Three of the show’s cast members, Chibuikem Uche (Cooper), Annalisa Cochrane (Addy) and Jess McLeod (Janae) spoke exclusively to 9Entertainment about the new season and why it’s the show you should tune in to this summer.
“We can expect higher stakes, we can expect things to get a little darker than maybe Season 1…I hate to say this, and it’s really shocking, but there’s kissing,” Jess McLeod said. “There are some unexpected kisses, absolutely.”
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Chibuikem added, “In Season 1, they really felt like four complete strangers from four different worlds. But in Season 2… they argue and fight like a family.
“I say that because no matter what, even though there are some scenes where there are arguments and disagreements, at the end of the day they feel rooted in a common goal. They are no longer complete strangers.
“You have a lot of teen drama, angst and relationships. But then there’s a lot of depth to these characters, and I think that’s what’s really resilient about the show.”
“I think it’s really cool when you get out of the club of assassins and you can go deeper into some of these stories. That’s what’s unique and adds another layer to the show.”
Annalisa said that her character, Addy, has grown a lot from season 1 to season 2.
“Addy is constantly surprising us all with the things he says or does,” he explained.
“Being an audience member, you’re like, ‘Addy no! Don’t do that!’ But I will say there are more instances where you’re like, ‘Okay Addy! It’s okay girl.’
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“Slowly but surely, I think she’s finding her voice, and she’s changed a lot. The writers took the nuggets of who she was in the first season and completely transformed her. Which is so true to human life based on what she’s past. .”
Jess McLeod, who described the new season as “sexy, dangerous and camp”, added that while Series 1 followed the book very closely, Season 2 veers a bit, so even the cast didn’t know what was going on. pass next.
“It’s been fun in a new way as we have no idea what’s going on,” they said.
“Our characters, we all get to play in a fun new world while still building on what was written.”
The new season of one of us is lying is available to view now, only on Stan.
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