Fans Think The "Daisy Jones and the Six" Cast Could Be Rehearsing For A Tour
Deep breaths – Daisy Jones And The Six might actually return for Season 2. Even though the Amazon Prime show *just* ended its first season on March 24, fans are demanding more of their favorite band of six, and TBH...we can’t blame them!
The show, which was set to be a limited series with one season, might return for more, according to cast member Josh Whitehouse (Eddie Roundtree).
Whitehouse uploaded a rather cryptic TikTok, seemingly alluding to a potential second season (or a tour?!) of our new favorite show. Here's what we know so far.
Hm, funny thing happened today 😙🎸🎶🕺🏻🤭 #daisyjonesandthesix
“Just arrived at a rehearsal studio, to, uh, have a band practice with Daisy Jones and the Six. But we already finished the TV show, so why would we be doing that?” Whitehouse questioned.
Taylor Jenkins Reid, the bestselling author and co-producer of Daisy Jones and The Six (who also wrote some of our other favorite books, BTW) has “certainly thought” about a second season.
Reid and Executive Producer Brad Mendelsohn aren’t ruling anything out. “I think we’re in a really fortunate position where we have a story that is final, and has an ending that feels really good,” Reid said in an exclusive interview with Variety. “I would only open that back up if it felt like there was a story here that we have to tell. Have I been thinking about what that is? I certainly have.”
Fans have already flooded social media with demands for more of their favorite ‘70s show.
i'm in my daisy jones and the six era pic.twitter.com/xD6plwVsNy— robin 🪐 #thenightagent era (@rileyauras) February 14, 2023
so next friday we’re gonna get two more episodes of daisy jones and the six, RIGHT? #DaisyJonesAndTheSixpic.twitter.com/HypJPaSH3f— vittοria (@poeticardigan) March 24, 2023
Daisy Jones and The Six is based on the novel by Jenkins Reid, which is loosely inspired by the tortured IRL romance of Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. The incredibly talented cast also produced an album, AURORA, which we truly cannot stop listening to.
Whitehouse definitely knows something we don't, because there are also rumblings that the band’s IRL debut may be on the horizon.
In a TikTok posted by Sam Claflin (Billy Dunne), some of the Daisy Jones crew is in a studio, guitars and mics in hand.
This mysterious post follows a recently released album “Special Gift to Our Fans,” which includes two singles that initially debuted during the show. The new releases include, “It Was Always You,” sung by leading lady Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and a second rendition of “Aurora,” which was performed by the whole band on Saturday Night Live.
THE RIVER FT SIMONE WHEN?? 💳 💥💳💥💳💥 also whoever authorized this release I hope you live a long, happy life. #daisyjonesandthesix #djats #daisyjones #billydunne #foryou #daisybilly #daisybilly #booktok #rileykeough #djandthesix #samclaflin #itwasalwaysyou #amazonprime
The rumors of an upcoming tour circled ever since the show aired, and cast members have shared their thoughts on taking the band from TV to real life.
“You know there’s rumblings…I don't know if we have anything in terms of a full tour, but there might be an opportunity for us to get together in places. So if anyone’s looking forward to something like that I’d say just, eh, keep an eye out,” Will Harrison (Graham Dunne) said in an interview. When asked if he received a call about a tour, Harrison replied, “I would absolutely answer the call in a second.”
Will Harrison tells @saragoretv about an opportunity for “Daisy Jones & The Six” to play live. Plus, he tells us what he thinks about going on tour. #NewYorkLive #WillHarrison #DaisyJones #daisyjonesandthesixshow #daisyjonesandthesix @daisyjonesandthesix
So are we getting a second season, or perhaps an IRL encore to the band’s album? Either way, we’d be thrilled.
Tell us, Brit + Co readers, what do you think about Daisy Jones and the Six? Do you think a follow up is in our future?
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This story was originally published on March 30, 2023 and has been updated with new reporting.
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