Published Oct 16, 2020If you haven't been watching HBO's stunning sex cult docu-series The Vow, you are really missing out. But for those who know, the show has just been renewed for Season 2.
HBO made the announcement today, revealing the second series will arrive in 2021. The Vow Season 2 will again be helmed by directors and exec producers Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer, and continue to focus on the wild story behind the NXIVM cult.
The second season will be set against the backdrop of the federal trial of against cult leader Keith Raniere in the U.S., as well as delve deeper into the stories of his inner — and very secretive — circle. In addition to the following the legal fallout behind NXIVM, the second season promises to show new evidence against the cult, as well as offer up other revelations.
Here's the official synopsis from HBO:
Set against the backdrop of the federal trial of the United States against Keith Raniere, The Vow Part Two will offer an exclusive view into Raniere's innermost circle. It delves into the stories of NXIVM's top leadership in the US and Mexico, and into powerful, intimate stories of DOS members. Part Two follows the legal and emotional journeys of the group's founders, supporters and defectors as new evidence and stunning revelations come to light while federal prosecutors and defense attorneys battle for opposing views of justice in a case caught in the national spotlight.
So far, no firm release date has been set for The Vow Season 2, but the first season's finale will air on HBO this Sunday (October 18).