Yellowjackets season two trailer amps up mystery and madness

Yellowjackets season two trailer adds to the mystery of the WILD first season with cult rituals, gun-toting and THAT mysterious symbol

A wild new teaser has dropped for season two of Yellowjackets, ramping up the tension and intrigue of the sensational first season.

The show tells the story of a high school girls’ soccer team who get stranded in the woods after a plane crash 25 years ago – leading to cult activity and cannibalism.

Meanwhile, a quarter-century later, the adult versions of the girls are seen struggling to move on with their lives, all while the mysteries of the past continue to unravel.

Stick 'em up: A wild new teaser has dropped for season two of Yellowjackets, ramping up the tension and intrigue of the sensational first season

Stick ’em up: A wild new teaser has dropped for season two of Yellowjackets, ramping up the tension and intrigue of the sensational first season

Juliette Lewis – as the adult version of the character Nat whose teen version is played by Sophie Thatcher – faces the shocking news that broke at the end of season one.

Lottie, a schizophrenic girl who was in the crash and is played as a teen by Courtney Eaton, turns out to have survived the ordeal in the woods and become a cult leader.

The adult version of Lottie is now being played by Simone Kessel, a new addition to the cast who appears right at the beginning of the trailer.

Lottie is seen shining a light in Nat’s face and encouraging her to confront her demons, saying: ‘Listen to my voice and watch the light – allow yourself to go back.’

Hard times: The show tells the story of a high school girls' soccer team who get stranded in the woods after a plane crash 25 years ago - leading to cult activity and cannibalism

Hard times: The show tells the story of a high school girls’ soccer team who get stranded in the woods after a plane crash 25 years ago – leading to cult activity and cannibalism

Timelines: Meanwhile, a quarter-century later, the adult versions of the girls are seen struggling to move on with their lives, all while the mysteries of the past continue to unravel

Timelines: Meanwhile, a quarter-century later, the adult versions of the girls are seen struggling to move on with their lives, all while the mysteries of the past continue to unravel

'Darkness': Juliette Lewis - as the adult version of the character Nat whose teen version is played by Sophie Thatcher - faces the shocking news that broke at the end of season one

‘Darkness’: Juliette Lewis – as the adult version of the character Nat whose teen version is played by Sophie Thatcher – faces the shocking news that broke at the end of season one

Mists of time: Lottie is seen shining a light in Nat's face and encouraging her to confront her demons, saying: 'Listen to my voice and watch the light - allow yourself to go back'

Mists of time: Lottie is seen shining a light in Nat’s face and encouraging her to confront her demons, saying: ‘Listen to my voice and watch the light – allow yourself to go back’

As flashes of traumatic incidents in the woods play, Lottie says: ‘No matter how difficult it gets, what do you see?’

‘Darkness,’ says the adult Nat, who in season one is seen struggling to maintain her sobriety. ‘We brought it back with us.’

Taissa, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown as a teen, is seen in adult life portrayed by Tawny Cypress in evident distress.

Melanie Lynskey also makes several appearances as the grown-up housewife version of Shauna, a crash survivor played by Sophie Nelisse as a teen.

Crisis?: Taissa, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown as a teen, is seen in adult life portrayed by Tawny Cypress in evident distress

Crisis?: Taissa, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown as a teen, is seen in adult life portrayed by Tawny Cypress in evident distress

Dead ringer: The modern adults - including Christina Ricci as the grown Misty, who when younger is played by Sammi Hanratty (pictured) - feel the shadows of the past creeping up on them

Nowadays: Misty is pictured as played in the present by Christina Ricci

Striking: The modern adults – including Christina Ricci (right) as the grown Misty, who when younger is played by Sammi Hanratty (left) – feel the shadows of the past creeping up on them

Who's who: Melanie Lynskey (pictured) also makes several appearances as the grown-up housewife version of Shauna, a crash survivor played by Sophie Nelisse as a teen

Who’s who: Melanie Lynskey (pictured) also makes several appearances as the grown-up housewife version of Shauna, a crash survivor played by Sophie Nelisse as a teen

The modern adults – including Christina Ricci as the grown Misty, who when younger is played by Sammi Hanratty – feel the shadows of the past creeping up on them.

Adult Misty cradles herself on the couch and says: ‘Do not cry about this, Misty, babies cry,’ before her face collapses into a sob.

Sammi Hanratty as young Misty is shown sobbing in the freezing wilderness 25 years previously, demonstrating her striking resemblance to Christina Ricci.

Trying: Adult Misty cradles herself on the couch and says: 'Do not cry about this, Misty, babies cry,' before her face collapses into a sob

Dead ringer: Sammi Hanratty as young Misty is shown sobbing in the freezing wilderness 25 years previously, demonstrating her striking resemblance to Christina Ricci

Trying: Adult Misty cradles herself on the couch and says: ‘Do not cry about this, Misty, babies cry,’ before her face collapses into a sob

In the cabin: Steven Kreuger as Ben, the assistant soccer coach whose leg Misty has to amputate after the plane crash, is briefly glimpsed in a somber, hopeless mood

In the cabin: Steven Kreuger as Ben, the assistant soccer coach whose leg Misty has to amputate after the plane crash, is briefly glimpsed in a somber, hopeless mood

Steven Kreuger as Ben, the assistant soccer coach whose leg Misty has to amputate after the plane crash, is briefly glimpsed in a somber, hopeless mood.

As the trailer progresses, it gets more and more action packed, with young Nat seen in the crashed plane brandishing a rifle at an unseen adversary.

The show’s mysterious cult symbol, which looks like a drawing of an impaled person, is seen being ominously traced into a misted window.

Unknown: The show's mysterious cult symbol, which looks like a drawing of an impaled person, is seen being ominously traced into a misted window

Unknown: The show’s mysterious cult symbol, which looks like a drawing of an impaled person, is seen being ominously traced into a misted window

Unmistakable: Near the end of the trailer, the adult Misty is seen chatting to a new character played by none other than Lord Of The Rings icon Elijah Wood

Unmistakable: Near the end of the trailer, the adult Misty is seen chatting to a new character played by none other than Lord Of The Rings icon Elijah Wood

Honest: 'Kidnapping, cults, death,' his mild-mannered character deadpans: 'Your friendships are a little more complicated than most'

Honest: ‘Kidnapping, cults, death,’ his mild-mannered character deadpans: ‘Your friendships are a little more complicated than most’

Near the end of the trailer, the adult Misty is seen chatting to a new character played by none other than Lord Of The Rings icon Elijah Wood.

‘Kidnapping, cults, death,’ his mild-mannered character deadpans: ‘Your friendships are a little more complicated than most.’

Season one ran from November 2021 until January 2022, and season two is slated to premiere in just over a month on March 24. 

Incoming: Season one ran from November 2021 until January 2022, and season two is slated to premiere in just over a month on March 24

Incoming: Season one ran from November 2021 until January 2022, and season two is slated to premiere in just over a month on March 24

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