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“DOOM PATROL” SEASON 2: IS ONE EPISODE SHORTER DUE TO COVID-19 AND MATT BORNER DISCUSSES LARRY TRAINOR’S TRAUMA IN SEASON 2, AND ALSO EXPECTED TO FILM NEXT TWO SEASONS BACK TO-BACK.!!

DOOM PATROL SEASON 2

In season 2 of Doom Patrol, the DC Universe’s strangest and most reluctant group of heroes are working to overcome their own challenges and save the world is by growing beyond their own past traumatic experiences and working together. Actor Matt Bomber talked about how weird and wild but grounded Doom Patrol is the incredible villains in season 2, what he most enjoyed about the arc for Larry Trainor this season, this unique collaboration that he has with Matthew Zuk.

With season 2 of Doom Patrol coming to a close, fans are curious about what DC Universe is planning for the show. Well, the streaming service is looking to film the next 2 seasons back to back. Now, Production on most movies and shows have been put on hold as a result of COVID-19. So, DC Universe may be looking to make up for this once filming is authorized. This film both seasons back to back suggests that DC pleased with how Doom Patrol has been received if they are working 2 seasons ahead.

The show star cast Diane Guerrero as Jane, April Bowlby as Rita Farr, Alan Tudyk as Mr.Nobody, Matt Bomer as Larry Trainor, Brenden Fraser as Cliff Steele, Timothy Dalton as Niles Caulder and Jovian Wade as Cyborg.

The unconventional group of Heroes known as the Doom Patrol was initially introduced in another DC Universe series, Titans, before the creation of their series. The show follows a group of individuals who were outcasts from society due to their unique abilities and looks. The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a particularly unique impact on the TV and film industries. Doom Patrol wouldn’t be the first DC Universe show to rework a finale into a different season, With Titans adjusting their original season 1 finale to work as a season 2 release instead.