DirecTV Renews Full Circle for Season 2

Full Circle Season 2

DirecTV is coming Full Circle again, renewing the relationship drama for a 10-episode second season, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Each season follows a group of adults whose lives are unknowingly intertwined. The series’ first season, which was set at a restaurant and written by Neil LaBute, featured a cast of TV vets that included David Boreanaz (Bones), Kate Walsh (Private Practice), Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck), Billy Campbell (The Killing), Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights) and Robin Weigert (Deadwood).

An Irish bar will serve as the setting for Season 2 (which will be penned by House of Cards scribe Keith Huff) and focus on 11 characters whose lives are thrown into turmoil when a man must face his father-in-law, in a High Noon scenario, to pay for his actions that put his father-in-law in prison 28 years earlier.

Casting for those nine roles is underway.

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  1. M says:

    Seriously? I’m a fan of LaBute, but the first season was kind of a disaster. I can’t believe they’re attempting this again.

  2. Sam says:

    I think I read a lukewarm review for this in October and then promptly forgot it existed. So… yay, I guess?

  3. Deena says:

    The first season started off so strong then took this huge turn that left you going, WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?! Very surprised it’s coming back. Like LeBute’s plays so hope the 2nd season stays consistently good.

  4. Kayline says:

    I’m excited, I want to see what happens to Jace and the wife (cant mind her name) after the massacre.

  5. chrisabeth says:

    Is there any way to watch this if you don’t have direct tv?

  6. Bernd says:

    Ahm, a small mistake happend, I guess: the numbers don’t add up: “(…)and focus on 11 characters whose lives are thrown into turmoil” – “Casting for those nine roles is underway.” Either you know who the two actors are that are to play father and son (but forgot to tell us) or there must be a casting for 11 characters.