It’s Firefly Lane season 2 on Netflix, and it promises to be the best of friends, old and new. Firefly Lane is a drama that centres around two lifelong friends who are forced to navigate their lives after one of them gets diagnosed with breast cancer. The show stars Leelee Sobieski as Amanda Jones and Kristin Chenoweth as Dixie Nolan. Firefly Lane also features guest appearances from other favourite TV actresses like Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock From the Sun), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), Natasha Henstridge (Species) and Heather Locklear (Melrose Place).
Release date Of Firefly Lane Season 2:
3rd February 2021
Cast and characters of Firefly Lane Season 2:
– Kristen Johnston is Nancy: the girls’ friend who lives in New York; she is the narrator of Firefly Lane.
– Leelee Sobieski as Amanda “Mandy” Jones: the girls’ friend who lives in Firefly Lane; she is diagnosed with breast cancer at the beginning of Firefly Lane season two.
Firefly Lane is a coming of age story about the lifelong friendship between Firefly and Mandy. The girls spend their teenage years together in California, where Firefly’s family moves from Minnesota when Firefly is 14 years old; she meets Amanda “Mandy” Jones who lives down the street and they become best friends.
When Firefly (Kate Bosworth) becomes pregnant at 16 years old, she decides to put the baby up for adoption and moves back to Firefly Lane with her parents.
Mandy (Leelee Sobieski) visits Firefly during Firefly’s pregnancy and is diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine checkup; Mandy spends time in treatment and eventually recovers from it. Firefly gives birth to a baby girl, Tully. Firefly and Mandy’s friendship becomes strained over time due to Firefly having moved away from Firefly Lane; their relationship is further complicated when she meets Tully again at age 16.
Firefly Lane season two begins with Firefly (Kate Bosworth) and Tully’s (Amanda Michalka) lives taking them down different paths. It is torn between her love for Luke (Logan Marshall-Green), the father of her baby, and Harris (Jesse Moss), who challenges Firefly to reevaluate what she wants in life. Firefly also meets a man who changes her life, Dr Paul Turner (Jeffrey Nordling).