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Home Before Dark, season 2, premieres on Apple TV+ on June 11 (USA time).
Season 2 opens with a new investigative story for Hilde Lisko. Season 1 is still available on Apple TV+ to catch up now. Adhering to COVID restrictions, Home Before Dark is filmed in Vancouver, BC, known for filming locations of shows such as The X-Files, Supernatural, and Superman & Lois. This series is an Apple Original production, and they are priding themselves on working with the best in TV and Film.
Season 2 continues the story of Hilde Lisko, a young investigative reporter who moves with her family to a small town. Journalism is at the core of this show, which spurs the story on. An extra is the bonus material available on Apple TV+ a look inside the making of Home Before Dark, which includes an interview with Hilde Lysiak and her father, Matthew Lysiak, whose lives inspired the show, they discuss journalism and her love of journalism.
The American Press Institute website describes journalism as “the purpose and importance of journalism is to inform society with the information they need to live their lives. Information that they need to make decisions about different things.”
News has been shared on many different platforms over the years, from radio to television, including print form via a newspaper or a magazine, and now in the digital era, it can be presented in fresh ways again. The news is critical to the public because it gives current and relevant information. Journalism also records history as it happens around us.
The second season of Home Before Dark is called Truth.
For other related viewing, All The President’s Men, Nancy Drew (2019 by The CW) and Superman & Lois (2021) are similar investigative based storylines.