Season 2 of the New Zealand black comedy series dairy will officially arrive in the US this weekend, courtesy of Hulu.
Hulu has released a new official trailer for Creamerie Season 2, heralding the next chapter in the Y: The Last Man but with Milk saga. The trailer concludes by announcing that the new season will be available to stream in full on Hulu starting Saturday, July 15 (one day after it debuts on TVNZ+ on Friday, July 14).
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What is Creamerie about?
Creamerie first premiered in April 2021. It stars Ally Xue as Alex, JJ Fong as Jaime, Perlina Lau as Pip, Jay Ryan as Bobby and Tandi Wright as Lane. Roseanne Liang is serving as showrunner.
“After a virus plague that has decimated men around the world, Creamerie follows three New Zealand dairy farmers who happen to stumble across the last surviving man on the planet… or is it?” An official synopsis of the series reads. “In season two, picking up right where the shocking cliffhanger of season one left off, Alex, Jamie, Pip and male survivor Bobby escape rural Hiro Valley and embark on an epic road trip to find the wellness cult leader Bringing Lane to justice and uncovering the truth about the mandemic. But to save humanity, they must first save their friendship.
Creamerie Season 1 is currently streaming on TVNZ+ in New Zealand and Hulu in the US. Season 2 premieres July 14 on TVNZ+ and July 15 on Hulu. The new season will then air on August 28th on SBS Viceland in Australia.