Release Date, Cast, News, Plot

Season 2 of The Lincoln Lawyer, based Michael Connolly’s popular series of legal thrillers, is now streaming on Netflix. The second half of the season, which dropped on August 3, wrapped up the serialized plot which followed attorney Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) as he went head to head with prosecutor Andy Freeman (Yaya DaCosta) while representing his latest client, chef Lisa Trammell (Lana Parilla), who has been accused of murdering a real estate developer.

Following the thrilling conclusion to Season 2, which wraps up Lisa’s case, fans of The Lincoln Lawyer might find themselves wondering where Mickey and his towncar will go next. Here’s everything we know about the future of the show.

Will there be a Season 3 of The Lincoln Lawyer?

Netflix has yet to confirm whether it will greenlight a third season of the show or not, presumably waiting to see what the viewership figures are like for Season 2, Part 2. However, with six novels in the Lincoln Lawyer book series to date, there is plenty of source material for future installments.

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What will Season 3 be about?

Season 1 of the show was based on the second Mickey Haller story, The Reversal. (The first novel in the series, The Lincoln Lawyer, had already been adapted into a Matthew McConaughey film), and Season 2 was based on book three, The Fifth Witness. So it stands to reason that if they make Season 3, then its storyline will be plucked from the fourth novel in the series. In The Gods of Guilt, Mickey receives a text from an old client who is in desperate need of his help getting out of a dangerous situation—which he may have inadvertently created.

Who will be in Season 3 of The Lincoln Lawyer?

Should the series get renewed the entire main cast would likely return, including Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Mickey Haller, Jazz Raycole as Izzy, Angus Sampson as Cisco, Neve Campbell as Maggie and Becki Newton as Lorna.

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