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Loot Series Reveals Trailer for Second Season

Today, Apple TV+ revealed the trailer for the second season of its Loot series, the critically acclaimed comedy led by multi-Emmy Award-winning star and executive producer Maya Rudolph, alongside returning ensemble cast members Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Nat Faxon, Ron Funches, and Joel Kim Booster.

The trailer teases what’s to come this season and reveals new guest stars, including Benjamin Bratt, Ana Gasteyer, and O-T Fagbenle, among others.

Loot Series Reveals Trailer for Second Season

The second season of the Loot series will debut with the first two episodes on Wednesday, April 3, on Apple TV+, followed by new episodes every Wednesday through May 29.

Loot season two kicks off a year after Molly Wells (Maya Rudolph) settles her very public divorce from tech billionaire John Novak (Adam Scott). We find her thriving in her role as the head of her philanthropic organization, the Wells Foundation. Focused mainly on her charity work, Molly has sworn off any new relationships with men and embarks on a wellness journey.

Fabulously single but not particularly independent, Molly keeps her trusty assistant, Nicholas (Joel Kim Booster), by her side. He diligently caters to her every whim… and occasionally feeds her a kale smoothie spiked with gin.

Sofia Salinas (Michaela Jaé Rodriguez), the no-nonsense executive director of the Wells Foundation, continues to run things with compassionate efficiency, but her all-business ethos is thrown for a loop when she meets Molly’s charismatic architect friend Isaac (O-T Fagbenle).

Loot Season 2

The bromance between Howard (Ron Funches) and Nicholas also continues to flourish as they support each other in their endeavors both inside and outside the workplace.

Meanwhile, Arthur (Nat Faxon) has moved past his feelings for Molly and has adopted a new devil-may-care attitude on life, a change encapsulated by a very lame leather bracelet. The Wells Foundation team, including Rhonda (Meagen Fay) and Ainsley (Stephanie Styles), must pull together as co-workers and friends as Molly strives to publicly live up to her promise of giving away all of her vast fortune.

Loot was created by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, who serve as writers and executive producers. Maya Rudolph also serves as executive producer, along with her producing partner Danielle Renfrew Behrens, Dave Becky of 3 Arts, and Natasha Lyonne.

Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, produces the series for Apple. The first season is now streaming on Apple TV+, which you can try free for seven days by clicking here (#ad).