Never Seen Again, a documentary series about missing people, has been renewed for a second season by Paramount+. The new season will premiere on Tuesday. It debuted for the first time in May. On July 26, 2022, Never Seen Again will premiere its second season on Paramount+.
With the assistance of the families of the victims, Never Seen Again investigates these incidents. They are willing to share the upsetting stories in order to acquire some answers and increase the likelihood that their loved ones will return home safely. In Season 2, new friends and family members will come forward to share their stories. This time, we’ll learn about Caleb Diehl, a Texas-based high school senior who skipped class one day, Ashley Loring Heavy Runner, a Blackfeet Indian Reservation resident who went missing while en route to college, and Heather Teague, a nurse candidate who was abducted while enjoying a day in the sun by an unknown person.
The season will also examine other instances, such as those of Heather Teague, a former high school cheerleader who was kidnapped at a rural lake, and Ashley Loring Heavy Runner, who vanished after leaving the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana to attend college. A family member or friend introduces each episode by recalling the last time they saw the missing person. A QR code is also included in the series to submit tips, contact law enforcement, or call Crime Stoppers.
Shawn Efran, Azadeh de Leon, and Jordan J. Mallari are executive producers for See It Now Studios, the production business founded by Susan Zirinsky, and Solly Granatstein is executive producer and showrunner for Efran Films Canada. The executive producers are Zirinsky and Terence Wrong, the supervising producer is Aysu Saliba, and the executive director is Adam Goldfried.