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Yellowjackets Season 2: Is It Based On A True Story, And Where Is It Streaming Online? Discover


The wait is over since the Yellowjackets’ second season kicked off on March 24. Without giving away any major plot points, here are a few quick actions that will give you an overview of the Yellowjackets and keep you interested as you watch the recently released new season.

The first season of this psychological horror show ended on a cliffhanger with barely enough room for several unsolved mysteries. For example, was Travis’ death really a suicide? What is the purpose of the terrifying hidden altar of Tayssa? And why all the fuss about how the girls survived the plane crash in the Canadian wilderness?

We’ve got everything you need to know, from where to watch the Yellowjackets to what the plot is about, whether you’re a fan eagerly awaiting the new season or you’re new to the show and not sure where to start.

What is Yellowjacket’s plot?

In the 1996 film Yellowjackets, a high school girls’ soccer team crashes in a remote Canadian forest while they are traveling to a competition. The surviving team members must learn how to survive off Earth in order to be rescued.

Although focused in the present, the Yellowjackets use flashbacks to tell strange tales from the jungle that followed the survivors into adulthood.

Where can I stream the Yellowjackets?

The Yellowjackets are currently streaming on Hulu, and starting March 26th, they’ll also be free to stream on Paramount+.

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Yellow Jackets is based on a real-life accident?

Although the Yellowjackets are not strictly based on a real event, they are similar to the non-fiction book “Miracle of the Andes” (2006), which describes the incident of a plane carrying rugby players in Argentina. Those who survived the disaster were stranded for more than ten weeks and had to resort to cannibalism to survive.

Which member of Yellow Jacket will appear in Season 2?

The majority of the core characters from season one, including Samantha Hanratty, Sophie NĂ©lisse, Sophie Thatcher, and Jasmin Savoy Brown as their younger counterparts, as well as Christina Ricci, Toni Cypress as Misty, Melanie Lynskey, Shauna, Natalie, and Juliette all as Louis And Taissa will be back.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.