BIOHACKERS SEASON 2 CAST
This huge secret on which her life relies must be solved in the second season. Her erstwhile opposite, a bio-scientist from all walks of life, Professor Dr. Lorenz (Jessica Swarz), appears to know more. But with everything that occurred, can the two ladies trust one other? On 9 July, Claussen+Putz will start its second season in Biohackers, where six new episodes will be created globally and only at Netflix. Luna Wedler and Jessica Schwarz, along with the main actresses,
• Sebastian Jakob Doppelbauer
• Benno Fürmann
• Thomas Kretschmann
• Jing Xiang
• Caro Cult
• Thomas Prenn
• Adrian Julius Tillmann.
SEASON 2 PLOT- WHAT HAPPENED NEXT
The movie is followed by a group of brilliant students from a German institution engaged in advanced biohacking. Rachel Eggebeen said: “We are excited to join Christian Ditter, Claussen+Putz, and the two great actors, Luna Wedler and Jessica Schwarz, in the main parts, because of the extremely favorable reaction to the first season.
“We are really eager to see how with Mia and Professor Tanja Lorenz things will proceed.”
This would lead viewers further into this morally murky field of research and state-of-the-art technology.
SEASON 1 LAST EPISODE REVIEW
As Biohackers concludes, this German series falls and limps across the finish line after a reasonably promising start. Unfortunately, there is little space for logic or consistency in the whole action-packed narrative here.
How did the youngsters escape themselves from the police detention once they were caught unless I missed something? Worse yet, Chen and Lu’s Ola’s whole relationship was totally underdeveloped, and more screen time for this was great.
Instead, we got this cold stone romance that seemed like it was out of nowhere between Nicklas and Mia. This is even before all the narrative incoherence’s in this episode are mentioned.
Why hasn’t anyone gone on the train to check Mia? How was Mia able to sneak in and escape notice at all these places? How was the train released for Jasper?