Netflix has released the trailer for the second season of Ebony Life’s highly anticipated legal drama Castle & Castle.
The trailer gives fans a taste of the juicy drama they can expect to see from the Castles and other supporting characters at everyone’s favourite Lagos law firm.
Here is the synopsis of the new season: “It has been six months since Remi and Tega Castle went up against each other in a court of law for the very first time. A case that has divided the loyalties in the firm and has separated Lagos’s most admirable couple. Their son, Ben has returned to Law School to normalise his UK-earned law degree in Nigeria with his parents hardly on speaking terms. In the wake of the victory, Castle & Castle’s prestige has surged and the company has moved to a new office and is flush with new clients. But it’s a hollow victory for Remi, who finds herself alone at the helm. Tega has been suspended for some months from practising law and ostracized, he is back at university, teaching. Life has taken Tega full circle to precisely where he and Remi met under scandalous circumstances some 20-years ago. Will the couple be able to forgive each other for choosing different sides of the law or will their resentment towards each other destroy that which they built on love?”
The second season will see a mix of new and returning cast members like Richard Mofe-Damijo (Tega Castle), Dakore Egbuson-Akande (Remi Castle), Denola Grey (Ben Castle), Blossom Chukwujekwu (Malik Mustapha), Deyemi Okanlawon (Kwabena Mills), Dorcas Shola Fapson (Doshima), Eku Edewor (Nneka), Bimbo Manuel (Duke Castle), Daniel Etim Effiong (Mike Amenechi), Ade Laoye (Morenike Athol-Williams).
New additions to the cast include Bisola Aiyeola, Bimbo Ademoye, Kenneth Okoli, Mimi Chaka, Ikechukwu Onunaku, Gregory Ojefua, Elozonam Ogbolu and Maurice Sam.
The show is directed by Kayode Kasum and Walter Taylaur, produced by Temidayo Abudu and Adeola Osunkojo and executive produced by Mo Abudu.
Castle & Castle is set to premiere on Netflix on 15th September 2021, three years after the first season debuted.