FRONTIER SEASON 2
New alliances threaten to topple the established power dynamic, loyalties shift, and old wounds fester in the thrilling second season of Discovery’s adventure series, FRONTIER. Fort James is left in chaos after Michael Smyth (Landon Liboiron), Sokanon (Jessica Matten), and Grace Emberly (Zoe Boyle) detonated the munitions magazine, and Declan Harp (Jason Momoa) slips through the hangman’s noose. With Harp gone, the Black Wolf Company is fractured and scattered to the wind. No one knows if Harp survived or not… but Lord Benton (Alun Armstrong) is not taking any chances; he offers a dead-or-alive bounty for Harp, unleashing a dangerous threat to Harp and his allies as killers come to the frontier in search of the reward. With Lord Benton making reckless decisions in the wake of being bested by Harp, Captain Chesterfield (Evan Jonigkeit) angles for an opportunity to make his mark. Laying a dangerous proposal on the table for Emberly, Chesterfield puts everything she’s worked for at risk, including Mary (Breanne Hill) and Imogen (Diana Bentley), at the alehouse. Lord Benton gets to work righting the deceitful trespasses against him, and promises to revisit the pain upon his enemies tenfold in response – all while the Black Wolf Company attempts its riskiest gamble yet to destroy the stranglehold the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) has on the fur trade. In the burgeoning city of Montréal, the power dynamic of the trade is in flux, as serious battle lines are drawn between Elizabeth Carruthers (Katie McGrath) and Samuel Grant (Shawn Doyle). No one is safe in the crossfire of their escalating personal war, and no one is above their manipulations – something the Brown Brothers (Allan Hawco, Michael Patric) and Clenna Dolan (Lyla Porter Follows) will come to know all too well, as the unpredictable Cobbs Pond (Greg Bryk) interferes in their business. The frontier expands in Season 2 with spectacular new views of the northern wilderness, and new players entering the ruthless game in the quest for power and wealth – pushing everyone to either embrace unknown alliances or arm themselves against them.