Season 2 of “Dr. Death” is renewed by Peacock

“Dr. Death’s” season two renewal by Peacock. “Dr. Death” season 1 launched on Peacock in July of last year and is based on the incidents mentioned in journalist Laura Beil’s Wondery podcast. The first season of “Dr. Death” was warmly received by fans of actual crime since it starred Joshua Jackson as Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a suave surgeon who utilizes his neurosurgery practice to murder and dismember his patients. The medical drama starred Alec Baldwin, Christian Slater, Grace Gummer, and Anna Sophia Robb and rapidly became a hit for Peacock.

Dr. Death is about to evaluate a new case at this time. According to Variety, “Dr. Death” will return to Peacock for a second season. The Patrick Macmanus-created program will adopt an anthology format and center each season on a different case of a medical crime. The events surrounding Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, known as “Miracle Man,” will be highlighted in “Dr. Death” season 2. Investigative reporter Benita Alexander learns Paolo’s fatal secrets in “Dr. Death” season 2 as she approaches him for a story.

“Dr. Death” season 2’s cast and release date have not yet been disclosed by Peacock. Dr. Death’s upcoming episode will keep emphasizing the news reports from Beil’s podcast, which is presently in its third season. “Dr. Death” season 2 will explore the scandalous happenings of the physician heralded as a pioneer in regenerative medicine but turns up being a lethal manipulator. The show’s new showrunner is Ashley Michel Hoban (of Hulu’s The Girl from Plainville). “Dr. Death,” tells the terrifying true stories of doctors who turn into spine-chilling criminals and will return for a second season on Peacock.