‘Reasonable Doubt’ Season 2 Casts Kandi Burruss in Hulu Series

The second season of the Hulu drama series “Reasonable Doubt” will feature Kandi Burruss from “The Chi” and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” in a recurring role. This announcement was made on Thursday, along with a first-look image featuring Burruss, series star Emayatzy Corinealdi, and new series regular Morris Chestnut.

‘Reasonable Doubt’ Season 2 Casting

Kandi Burruss will portray Eboni Phillips, who is the mother of JT’s child, Natasha. According to the official character description, Eboni “was wild in a former life but has since cleaned herself up.” Burruss joins the returning cast and offers a new dynamic to the drama’s storyline.

Plot Overview

Season 2 of “Reasonable Doubt” is set to premiere on August 22. The storyline will focus on Jax Stewart, played by Emayatzy Corinealdi, attempting to recover from the tumultuous events of the previous season. This includes a challenging trial and a perilous affair. One of Jax’s closest friends reveals she has killed her husband, claiming self-defense. Despite this, a determined prosecutor thinks otherwise. Jax will enlist an ambitious defense attorney to help with the case, but tensions quickly rise. The season will explore whether Jax can successfully defend her friend, save her own marriage, and maintain her well-being amid career challenges.

Additional Announcements

In other casting news, Prime Video has ordered a new comedy series starring and written by Riz Ahmed. The show will be co-run by Ben Karlin and centers around Shah Latif, a struggling actor who experiences an existential crisis while on the verge of securing a major role. Additionally, Michael Chernus has been cast as John Wayne Gacy in Peacock’s limited series “Devil in Disguise.”

Upcoming Releases

The second season of “Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years” will premiere all 13 episodes on July 10 on Paramount+. Moreover, Billie Boullet has joined Netflix’s adaptation of “Man on Fire,” where she will star alongside Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The series will revolve around John Creasy, a Special Forces mercenary suffering from PTSD. Season 2 of the Australian crime series “Troppo” will also premiere on July 25 on Prime Video and Amazon Freevee.

Wrapping Up

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