The Circle is back for Season Two, just one year and an entire eternity’s worth of apocalyptic dread after Season One. Crazy how time just isn’t real. The Netflix reality show that quickly became a cultural phenomenon last winter has returned to the headache-inducing colorful apartment building set with a whole new cast of catfishes and characters. Episodes will drop on Netflix in batches every Wednesday for the next few weeks, until only the most influential players remain.
If you’re back to be charmed by the likes of lovable bro Joey Sasso or sweet, wise Shubham Goel, you might be disappointed by this new season’s cast. But what they lack in charm, they make up for in legitimate C-list celebrities, including Chloe Veitch, who you might remember from the fever dream that was last summer’s reality dating show Too Hot to Handle. This season of The Circle is also full of real rivalries, allies, and full-blown fighting that is less feel-good than last season, but far more dramatic. Here’s where you can find the whole cast on social media.
The 21-year-old is a model and a TV personality, according to her Instagram. From Too Hot To Handle to this, it does seem that the world of Netflix reality TV is truly her oyster.
The very zen Bryant is an actual Instagram influencer in real life, who teaches meditation and runs lifestyle brand Modern Nirvana, which aims "to be a catalyst for transformation in people's lives and to inspire them to take control of their spiritual and physical wellbeing" via their YouTube channel and annual conferences.
Coming to The Circle as herself, Savannah is an L.A.-based Instagram influencer and digital creator in the beauty and lifestyle space.
Also based in Los Angeles, Courtney Revolution is a podcast host and digital content creator.
Although he catfishes as sorority girl Emily in The Circle, the real Jack Atkins is a junior at UChicago. (He linked out to the real “Emily”’s page, too, and thanked her for the use of her photos.)
Lee Swift is a novelist and screenplay writer. Though he’s pretending to be the young hip River on The Circle, he’s no stranger to a disguised identity, as he’s published more than 50 works under a pseudonym himself.
Terilisha is a recording artist, songwriter, and actress and Dallas, Texas native.
Lance Bass’s longtime personal assistant Lisa Delcampo joins Season Two of The Circle as him, and immediately rubs the other players the wrong way. But Bass himself told Billboard that “If there’s anyone who would be able to play as me, the only person that could do that is Lisa,” so we’ll have to wait and see how it all shakes out.
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