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Firefly Lane

After Season 2, Netflix’s “Firefly Lane,” starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, will come to an end.

The drama series Firefly Lane, starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, has two seasons and is currently streaming on Netflix.


In December, the supersized second season of the Maggie Friedman-created show will premiere; a third season will not.


The programme will have a second season with 16 episodes.


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On December 2, the first nine episodes will air, and the following seven episodes will start airing in 2023.


When unlikely friends Tully (Heigl) and Kate (Chalke), who are based on the Kristin Hannah novel, first meet when they are 14 years old, they couldn’t be more dissimilar. While Kate is the mousy, unassuming girl you never notice, Tully is the outspoken, confident girl you can’t help but notice. They become inseparable best friends for life, nevertheless, after a catastrophe draws them together. Together, they go through 30 years of highs and lows, successes and setbacks, joy and sadness, and a love triangle that tests their friendship. While one goes on to become extraordinarily wealthy and famous while the other chooses marriage and motherhood, their relationship endures through the years until the final test is put to it.


New cast members for the second season include Ignacio Serricchio, Greg Germann, Jolene Purdy, and India de Beaufort. They join Yael Yurman, Roan Curtis, Ali Skovbye, Beau Garrett, Ben Lawson, and Beau Garrett.


Friedman, who also acts as executive producer and showrunner, created the television series. As executive producers, Heigl and Shawn Williamson work with Michael Spiller and Stephanie Germain.



Brandon James

Brandon James is a Journalist at Flaunt Weekly.

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