After much anticipation, HBO has finally announced a premiere date for its historical mystery drama, Perry Mason. Perry Mason, the show’s beloved detective, will solve another case in the coming months. The renowned television series with Raymond Burr as the unstoppable defence attorney was based on the Perry Mason novels by Erle Stanley Gardner. HBO revealed in July 2020 that Perry Mason would return for season 2 to take on a new case.
With a scheduled debut date of March 6, 2023, the second season is right around tge corner. And due to a brand-new HBO trailer, viewers can finally get their first peek of what to expect from Perry Mason season 2. The latest season will begin in 1933, several months after the conclusion of the Dodson case, as the scion of a wealthy oil family is brutally killed. Our favourite team will be put in the middle of a case that reveals greater conspiracies than they could have ever imagined. There is simply an illusion of justice, which is how the new clip sums up the season’s central theme, “there’s only illusion of justice. The fantasy that the truth always prevails.” Detective Mason must now distinguish between reality and illusion.
The second season of Perry Mason will have new showrunners, and it will be interesting to see what they bring to the table. But judging from the trailer, the series will keep delving into many of the same compelling topics that were covered in season 1. As Rhys’ Mason continues to take on the difficult cases no one else wants to touch, it will undoubtedly continue examining the complex nature of his character.
Matthew Rhys, Juliet Rylance, Chris Chalk, Shea Whigham, Eric Lange, Justin Kirk, Diarra Kilpatrick, Katherine Waterston, and Hope Davis are all returning for the upcoming season. Fabrizio Guido, Peter Mendoza, Mark O’Brien, Paul Raci, Jen Tullock, Jon Chaffin, Onahoua Rodriguez, Jee Young Han, Sean Astin, Tommy Dewey, and Wallace Langham fill out the cast in addition. CHECK OUT THE TRAILER HERE: