Season 2 of Bloodline begins this Friday on Netflix.
Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn, Linda Cardellini and Norbert Leo Butzall return as the Rayburn siblings as does Sissy Spacek as matriarch Sally Rayburn.
Also back in the mix are Jamie McShane, Jacinda Barrettas, Enrique Murciano, Katie Finneran plus recurring guest stars Wayne Morshower, Chloë Sevigny, Steven Pasqualealso and David Zayas.
New faces include John Leguizamo, Andrea Riseborough and Owen Teague.
While Bloodline’s first season slowly built to a shocking revelation, Season 2 kicks off at a thrilling pace, with the Rayburn siblings struggling to readjust to everyday life while concealing a dark, twisted secret. Complicating matters are the sudden arrival of Danny’s son, Nolan (Owen Teague); Nolan’s mother, Eve (Andrea Riseborough); and Ozzy (John Leguizamo), an untrustworthy associate from Danny’s past.
“I think it’s safe to say Season 1 is a preface almost to this one, and John and Kevin and Meg are going to find out that their well-laid plans have blown up in their collective faces,” Butz says.
While Kevin struggles with addiction issues and impending fatherhood, Meg (Cardellini) adapts to her new life in New York City. Meanwhile, John Rayburn (Chandler) tries to keep a lid on the situation the best way he knows how: by running for county sheriff.
“There is no way for John to move on,” Chandler says. “It’s as though he’s stepped in a bucket of tar and he cannot extract his foot from it. Every time a situation appears and comes up, the tar is getting thicker and it’s starting to become firmer and hold him in.