What happens next for Season 2?
It’s a question that hasn’t been answered yet, and if you want to learn more about it, you’ll need to wait until the new season begins in late 2018.
But the first episode of the new series, titled “Bitch,” features a brand-new villain and an all-new cast of characters.
“Bitches” creator and Executive Producer Scott Waugh and executive producer Laura Vandervoort will tell you the whole story of what’s coming up for the new seasons, from the origins of the show and the characters to the evolution of the characters themselves.
“We wanted to make sure that the story was really the foundation for the season,” Waugh told The Verge.
“This is the beginning of a new chapter for the characters and the show.”
The new season will be set in 2029 and stars the titular character, whose name is based on the character in a comic book series by Joss Whedon, who also directed the first two seasons of “Binder” and is the writer-director of “Gotham.”
In this episode, the cast and crew are joined by former “Binders” actor and “Goths” writer/producer Ben Acker, as well as the director of the upcoming film “Bully.”
“The characters are all coming together,” Waggoner said.
“The season kicks off with the introduction of the first new character.
And then the cast are introduced and we’re introduced to some of the original cast.”
Acker and Waggone will direct the first episodes of “Fright Night,” “Tales From the Borderlands” and “Biter.”
The next episode will also introduce new members of the gang, including an alien who’s a bit of a jerk.
The show is scheduled to debut on HBO on October 31.
“It’s a very ambitious thing to do and we want to do it with as much respect to the original characters as possible,” Wager told The Washington Post.
“And we want it to be the same show as ‘Binder,’ which we had been doing for years.
But I think the show is so big and the fans are so passionate about it that it’s important to be very flexible and to make it work for everyone.”
“Bitties” will be the second season of the “Boys Are From Mars” and Buffy the Vampire Slayer spinoff series, which launched in May 2018.
“I’m so excited for this next season of ‘Bittys,'” Waugh said.
He also promised that the show will get more attention from fans than it has in recent seasons.
“People have been asking us about what we’re doing for the next year, so that’s something we’ll see.
And the showrunners have been really excited about what people have been saying about it.
It’s just a matter of the timing.”
In the meantime, “Bits” is looking forward to more of the same for Season 3.
“If you watch the first five seasons of ‘Girls’ or the first 10 seasons of the ‘Bones,’ it’s not like they’re all really exciting,” Woggoner said, referring to the shows “Buffy the Vampire Slayers” and the upcoming “Gemma the Witch.”
“But we’re also seeing it from the perspective of someone who grew up with it and knows it very well, and who wants to have that experience with it again.”
Watch “Bitty Planet” Season 2 trailer above.
“Hairball” returns for its second season on October 16.
The upcoming season also stars actress and director Sarah Silverman, and “Parks and Recreation” star Rachel Dratch will return as one of the main characters.