Animation News - gen:LOCK Renewed And Headed For HBO Max




Rooster Teeth’s hit futuristic series gen:LOCK is coming back for a second season and will be moving to a new home, from Adult Swim to HBO Max. David Tennant stars in the show as Dr. Rufus Weller, the creator of gen:LOCK technology and the android Caliban.



Gen:LOCK is set fifty years in the future where an oppressive authoritarian force that threatens to conquer the world. A daring team has been recruited to pilot a new form of devastating mecha, but they must be willing to sacrifice everything to save the world. Starring Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Black Panther), the half-hour animated series focuses on a near-future dystopia undergoing a new, technologically driven world war.  Season 2 of gen:LOCK will premiere on HBO Max and will be available on Rooster Teeth for FIRST members after 90 days.

Dakota Fanning (The Alienist, Twilight Saga), Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones, Early Man, New Mutants), Golshifteh Farahani (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), and David Tennant (Jessica Jones, Doctor Who) are all set to return to the series along with Michael Jordan.

gen:LOCK is executive produced by Michael B. Jordan and Alana Mayo of Outlier Society, along with Rooster Teeth’s Matt Hullum and Ryan P. Hall. The series is produced by Rooster Teeth’s in-house animation studio. The premiere date on HBO Max for Season 2 has not yet been announced.






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