Will There Be a Tracker Season 2 Release Date & Is It Coming Out?

Will There Be a Tracker Season 2 Date & Is It Coming Out?
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Based on Jeffrey Deaver’s novel The Never Game, Tracker is an American action drama TV series created by Ben Winters. The show centers on Colter Shaw, a nomad survivalist and solitary investigator with a compelling past. Shaw traverses America in his dependable RV, seeking his next challenging case. Tracker Season 1 premiered on February 11, 2024. If you are wondering whether there will be a Tracker Season 2, then we’ve got you covered.

Here’s all the Tracker Season 2 release date information we know so far, and all the details on when it is coming out.

Is there a Tracker Season 2 release date?

Tracker Season 2 does not have an official release date, but it will likely be announced in the future.

As of the current moment, there is no official announcement regarding the status of Tracker Season 2. The series has neither been confirmed for renewal nor canceled at the time of writing. The fans of Tracker are already anxiously awaiting the news regarding the second season of the show. Despite mounting curiosity, the show’s creators have maintained silence on the matter, keeping details undisclosed. This leaves fans in suspense, eagerly awaiting official updates about the future of the show.

As per THEPOPTIMES, the second season of Tracker is reportedly scheduled to premiere on March 2, 2025. However, it’s important to note that there has been no official confirmation regarding this information at the present moment.

Tracker has garnered mixed reviews, securing a 6.5/10 rating on IMDb. The show holds a below-average 48% Average Audience Rating, but its Tomatometer Rating on Rotten Tomatoes stands at a remarkable 82%. Despite varied audience opinions, the series seems to have found favor among critics. If Tracker gets the green light for a second season, fans might be able to catch Tracker Season 2 on screens by mid-2025 or late 2025, considering filming and the writing has not yet begun.

This date is an estimation based on the information we have so far. ComingSoon will provide an update to this story once we receive official details.

The cast of Tracker Season 1 boasts a talented ensemble, with Justin Hartley taking on the role of Colter Shaw. Other talented actors in the series include Robin Weigert as Teddi Bruin, Abby McEnany as Velma Bruin, Eric Graise as Bob Exley, Fiona Rene as Rennie Greene, Lee Tergesen as Ashton Shaw, Mathew Nelson-Mahood as Russell Shaw, and Wendy Crewson as Mary Dove Shaw.

Where is Tracker Season 2 coming out?

Tracker Season 2 is likely to come out on CBS Broadcasting Inc (Columbia Broadcasting System), the same as the previous one. 

The official synopsis for Tracker Season 1 reads:

“Lone-wolf survivalist Colter Shaw roams the country as a “reward seeker,” using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family.”

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