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The boys of Lionsgate Play’s Feels Like Home deal with adulting in season 2

The show will drop on the streamer on October 7

The boys of Lionsgate Play’s Feels Like Home deal with adulting in season 2

Season 2 will drop on October 2

  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 11.52 AM, Sep 20, 2022


Feels Like Home Season 1, the series that followed four collegians, Lakshay Kochar (Prit Kamani), Avinash Arora (Vishnu Kaushal), Sameer Ahmed (Anshuman Malhotra) and fresh-from-Ghana-import Akhil Gandhi (Mihir Ahuja), living together in a rented mansion in Delhi like every day’s a party came on Lionsgate Play in June this year. And now, only four months later, the team is back with season two, which will release exclusively on Lionsgate Play on October 7, 2022

According to the official description of the show, from partying to prioritizing what matters to them the most, the boys have apparently grown up in Season 2. This time, expect more drama, fun, laughter, vulnerability, and, of course, a few tears along the way. The series will witness the boys’ traverse through adulthood by celebrating the idea of modern masculinity, and put up a fight where needed - to protect their ‘home’. Helmed by Sahir Raza and written by Sidhanta Mathur, the series promises a power-packed dose of entertainment, for the second time in a row.

Season 2 will uncover the boys’ vulnerable sides and draw attention to their emotional journeys where they learn to ‘adult’, confront their feelings and find themselves along the way while learning to keep their most important relationships and friendships strong.

Rohit Jain, MD, South Asia Networks - Emerging Markets Asia, Lionsgate, said, “At Lionsgate Play, we are constantly innovating and producing compelling content. With Feels Like Home, the aim is to spark coming-of-age and relatable conversations among a diverse set of viewers. The new season of Feels Like Home will witness each character enter adulthood with mature sentiments and relationships. Taking off from the success of Season 1, we are excited to bring fans the second season which will be 2X Entertainment and enhanced viewing experience.”

Sahir adds, "We are delighted to bring the second season of Feels Like Home to audiences both young and old. The second season is in many ways more mature, it attempts to deal with complex interpersonal relationships, pushing the central characters to grow and evolve. We hope audiences will find the journey relatable and the characters loveable. Lionsgate play, in this journey, has been one of the most supportive and encouraging platforms, allowing for experiments that would have scared others. We genuinely hope audiences of the show enjoy the second season even more than its first one.”