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Tracker Season 2 release date, Cast and Where to Watch

CBS Channel announces the Tracker Season 2 release date. The drama TV show Tracker premiered for the first time on February 11, 2024. The release is on CBS Channel in the United States. The television series features 4 episodes in one season, airing every Sunday at 9 pm. It was created by Justin Hartley (Executive Producer) and Ken Olin (Executive Producer).

Fresh episodes air on Sundays, each with a length of 60 minutes. The series garners an audience ranking with an average rating of 7.3. Tracker belongs to the fascinating genre of action-drama television series. It is centered on Colter Shaw, a loner and survivalist with uncanny tracking skills. Shaw’s dark past and unique way of life undoubtedly hook viewers from the first episode. Until then, this helpful guide contains everything known about the show. Get cozy, settle in, and prepare to discover everything about your newest obsession.

Tracker Season 2 release date

Tracker is set to premiere in the United States on February 11, 2024. For football fans, there’s no need to worry about missing out on Tracker. The Super Bowl, as the show airs right after the biggest sporting event of the year on CBS.

The show follows a weekly release schedule and consists of a total of thirteen episodes. All of which will be broadcast simultaneously on CTV in Canada. CBS Channel has announced the release date of Tracker season 2. The TV show will return on March 2nd, 2025. That’s everything to know about the second season.

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Tracker Overview

Colter Shaw, the nomad survivalist and lone wolf, is followed by Tracker. He is a charming sleuth and survivor of a troubled childhood who travels America in his trusty RV, seeking the next case to crack. Shaw’s arsenal includes excellent tracking skills, aiding regular citizens and the police force in solving perplexing crimes and mysteries.

His remarkable abilities, however, come at a price. Shaw’s unofficial title is “reward seeker” because, upon successful detective work, he boldly claims the sizable monetary rewards accompanying solved cases. With years on the road and an impressive track record, Shaw’s next case could alter everything.

Labeled as a survivor, one comprehends that this not only bestows an aura of luck but also entails total loneliness. People tend to shy away in such circumstances, feeling awkward and unsure about what to ask, which can be infuriating. Having endured the unthinkable and witnessing the treatment of others. Shaw distances himself from the idle, carefree world, unable to join due to trauma and grief. He opts to change cities, offering assistance here and there, apprehending various perpetrators, yet avoiding becoming too attached to any one place.

Tracker: A Thrilling Small-Screen Adaptation

The small-screen adaptation of Tracker is based on the first of four Colter Shaw novels, The Never Game. That is penned by award-winning author Jeffrey Deaver. The Never Game made its debut in 2019, followed by The Goodbye Man in 2020, The Final Twist in 2021, and Hunting Time in 2022. This news undoubtedly thrills fans of Hartley, as Deaver’s source material hints at the potential for three additional seasons of Tracker.

Deaver, renowned for his crime and mystery works, has crafted numerous original characters, along with stand-alone short story collections and anthologies.

Tracker’s transition from book to screen was helmed by Ben H. Winters (Legion), who assumes roles as writer, executive producer, and showrunner, alongside Hilary Weisman Graham (Orange Is the New Black), also serving as executive producer and showrunner.

Stellar Cast

In Tracker, the central roles feature Justin Hartley as Colter Shaw and Mary McDonnell as Mary Dove Shaw. Other key cast members include Robin Weigert as Teddi Bruin, Abby McEnany as Velma Bruin, and Eric Graise as Bob Exley.

Justin Hartley, renowned for This Is Us, portrays the lone wolf survivalist and skilled tracker, Colter Shaw. Mary McDonnell, recognized for The Fall of the House of Usher, brings Mary Dove Shaw to life.

 Lee Tergesen from Oz appears as Ashton Shaw, while Eric Graise, known for Locke & Key, embodies Bob Exley. The ensemble also includes Nicole Anthony as Ms. Hicks, Oscar Chark as Craig Riley, Matthew Nelson-Mahood as Russell Shaw, Link Baker as Mark Riley, Jeremy Jones as Jack Horvath, Anja Savcic as Kira Stine, Gia Sandhu as Beth, and Bradley Stryker as Tom Tozer.

Where to Watch Tracker Season 2 release date

Tracker can be watched on CBS Channel in the United States. Additionally, viewers can access the show on CTV in Canada. Check local listings or streaming platforms associated with these channels for availability.

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