C.B. STRIKE Season 2 Release Date Australia
The C.B. STRIKE Season 2 Release Date Australia has is June 7 2021. The show will be available to watch on BINGE and Foxtel. If you don’t have BINGE yet, that’s okay because if you click here or on the button below you can get yourself a 14 day free trial right now! That’s more than enough time to watch a decent amount of C.B. STRIKE 🙂
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What do we know about C.B. STRIKE Season 2?
Well one thing we do know is that it’s a bit weird with the tagging of the episodes. On IMDB season 2 of the show is only 2 episodes which were ‘Career Of Evil’ part 1 and 2. These episodes are counted as the first season on BINGE and Foxtel here and Season 3 which is called ‘Lethal White’ is season 2 on BINGE. A bit confusing we know, but the good thing out of all this is that at least we get to see more episodes of C.B. STRIKE this week!
The synopsis of the first episode is as follows: “Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott are back, but there’s no time to mull on the new distance within their professional relationship, as a frightening visit from a potential client puts a new case on the table.” – source: Foxtel.
Is there a trailer yet?
Yes! There’s a trailer for the show and you can find it on YouTube right here.
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