'Physical' season 2 returns to Apple TV+ on June 3
What you need to know
- Physical is returning to Apple TV+.
- Season 2 will debut on June 3.
- Murray Bartlett is joining the cast as Rose Byrne reprises her role.
Apple has today confirmed that popular dark comedy Physical is coming back to Apple TV+ for a second season on June 3.
The company said in a press release:
Season 2 picks up with Sheila Rubin (played by Byrne) having launched her first fitness video, only to encounter even greater challenges. She also finds herself torn between her husband and a "dangerous attraction" to someone else, all while fighting new competitors on the road as she seeks to build her fitness empire.
Byrne will be joined by Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci and Paul Sparks, as well as Murray Bartlett who joins the cast for season 2.
The show is produced by Tomorrow Studios, created, written, and produced by Annie Weisman, and directed by Stephanie Laing.
The second season will feature 10 episodes, the first of which will air on June 3, with weekly episodes to follow thereafter.
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