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Melissa Roxburgh (Michaela), Josh Dallas (Ben), Parveen Kaur (Saanvi), Athena Karkanis (Grace), J. Ramirez (Jared), Luna Blaise (Olive), and Jack Messina (Cal) are all signed on for season 2.
, fans know that this doesn't mean they're definitely gone forever.
The lack of debris indicates that something else might be at play here.
Will he make a surprise appearance and return in season 2? also followed the survivors of a flight that veered off course, but instead of reappearing back home years later, the remaining passengers were marooned on an island inhabited by hostile residents and plagued by seemingly inexplicable phenomenon.
Ben, Olive, and his son Cal come to the same conclusion: this means the passengers have five and a half years to live. His wife Grace is now pregnant, but she doesn't think the baby is Ben's — she thinks she's pregnant with Danny's child, the man she started dating after Ben's disappearance.
Meanwhile, Saanvi begins therapy for her PTSD, but her therapist turns out to be the Major, who is in charge of experimenting on the passengers.
"In Season 2, you can expect to meet more passengers from the plane, other people who are experiencing the Calling, others who are not experiencing the Calling but are still inherent to our story in different ways," Rake told .
With so many people in the "passenger community" alone, there is practically endless potential for the series to go in new directions for season 2.
Suspiciously, no wreckage was ever found, yet the official story is that he perished along with the co-pilot, Fiona.
And judging by the ratings dip in the second half of season 1, a shorter season might actually be more successful.
Either way, fans will get fewer episodes in season 1, fans will be relieved to know that the main cast members will all be returning for season 2.
At first, the passengers are relieved to reunite with their families, but they can't simply return to their former lives – the world around them has changed, and nothing will be the same again after their time in the air.
The passengers start experiencing strange voices and visions, known as "the callings," and they're forced to accept that while they may have walked away from Flight 828, they're still tangled in a deeper mystery.