We left them last spring, their momentum shattered by a more than complicated 2020, especially when we are in the basketball world. They will therefore be back in 2022 and for our greatest pleasure, for the continuation of what we can very well call, according to feelings, one of the biggest basketball-cinematographic successes of recent years. Oh the good news!
There are news that give the smile as the other would say. Back to ELAC. East Los Angeles College, home of the Huskies, Junior College team (JuCo), kind of discount version of the NCAA championship. The ELAC campus and its gymnasium, theaters during season 1 of Last Chance U: Basketball of the peregrinations of a band of kids skinned by life, here orphans and too soon left to their own devices, there coming out of zonzon after to have taken dangerous paths. But at ELAC a man put his hand on a bible and promised that he would give body and soul to accompany these young people towards a destiny more suited to their talent. This man is Coach Mosley, central character of season 1, local hero sometimes disputed for his completeness a little scary and who should logically reappear in season 2, since if a good part of the final year students have flown to other skies there is no indication that Mosley and his staff are not leaving for another lease. Exit Joe Hampton or Deshaun Highler therefore, exit KJ Allen or Malik Muhammad, but others who will take their place, and we imagine that the talent of Greg Whiteley in real life will once again give us the deafening desire to meet these guys as we identify with it. Basketball but human, it’s very stupid said like that, but who has seen Last Chance U cannot deny the dose of affect present in this program.
Come on, no date scheduled for the moment but 2022 in the glasses. Frankly ? We swear the hype is really there. And if you haven’t yet fallen for Season 1, go for it, we talked about it just here but we strongly advise you to do a catch-up session. While waiting for the continuation. Very good.