Limitless Season 2 Release Date: When It is Coming Back?

Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win has been picked up for a second season. The first season was a big hit. ITV announced on Thursday, February 3, that the show would be back for a second season, just a few days before the end of the first season on February 5.

When is it coming back? And what can people look forward to? So far, this is all we know.

Limitless Season 2: Release Date

Limitless Season 2 hasn’t been given a release date yet because the second season of the show hasn’t been announced. Maybe they’ll say something soon. The second season of the show Limitless will probably come out sometime in 2022. Maybe CBS will show it.

Limitless Season 2

From September 22, 2015, to April 26, 2016, CBS showed the first season of the show Limitless.

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If we hear anything else about when the second season of the show Limitless will come out, we’ll add it here. Let’s watch the preview for Season 2 of the show Limitless.

Who Will be in the Cast of Limitless Season 2?

See the expected cast of Limitless Season 2 below.

  • Jake McDorman as Brian Finch
  • Jennifer Carpenter as FBI Special Agent Rebecca Harris
  • Hill Harper as FBI Special Agent Spelman Boyle
  • Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as FBI Special Agent in Charge Nasreen – Naz – Pouran
  • Bradley Cooper as U.S. Senator Edward – Eddie – Morra
  • Ron Rifkin as Dennis Finch
  • Megan Guinan as Rachel Finch
  • Analeigh Tipton as Shauna
  • Blair Brown as Marie Finch
  • Tom Degnan as FBI Agent Jason
  • Michael James Shaw as FBI Agent Daryl – Mike
  • Colin Salmon as Jarrod Sands
  • Desmond Harrington as SWAT Agent Casey Rooks
  • Georgina Haig as Piper Baird
  • Michael Devine as James – Tech – Padgett
  • Henry Gagliardi as Young Brian Finch

Is There Any Trailer for Limitless Season 2?

As we know there is no official announcement on Limitless Season 2. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for the season first of Limitless below.

Limitless Season 1: Review

The first season of Limitless has been well-received by viewers. If the second season of the show Limitless comes out, it seems like the audience will like it just as much.

At the end of the first season of the show Limitless, we saw that Sands makes a plan about the Northwest Passage of Canada because neither Harris nor Boyle was able to save the diplomat Sands had ordered killed. When the lab is raided, Brian finds that Piper was there but has left. Later, Rebecca shoots Sands and sends him to the hospital.

Limitless Season 2

Later, Brian goes back to his parent’s house and finds Piper there. She has a permanent NZT immunity shot, but she has to keep moving so the cure doesn’t get into the wrong hands. On the other hand, Brian comes to the CJC with his own team to work on new cases, and Senator Morra is still missing at that time. Let’s wait and see what comes next.

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If the second season of the show Limitless is announced, the storyline from the first season might continue in the second season of the show Limitless. If we find out anything new about the second season of the TV show Limitless, we will post it here. Let’s find out when the second season of the show Limitless will come out.

How to Win in Ant and Dec’s Limitless Game?

Contestants on Limitless Win work in teams to answer everyday questions and win cash prizes. The biggest difference with this show is that there is no limit to how much cash can be won. This means that if contestants answer questions correctly, they could walk away with hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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All of the answers to the Limitless Win questions are numbers, so there can only be ONE correct answer. If a contestant gets the right answer, they win cash. But if they choose to move up the ladder and answer another question wrong, they will lose their current jackpot.

The contestants have a certain number of lives, and they don’t lose too many when they give the wrong answer. They can try again, but if they get too far away or run out of lives, it’s the end of the game.


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