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Daisy Jones & the Six: Showrunners talk epic finale and season 2

Daisy Jones & the Six showrunners Scott Neustadter and Will Graham explore the season finale and whether or not there’s a possibility of a season 2. Continue reading…



The Daisy Jones & the Six season finale was filled with love, lust and mysteries revealed. Set at the group’s 1977 concert at Soldier Field in Chicago, the episode features the simultaneous unraveling of each band member who chooses to walk away from the group for different reasons. The tension between Daisy (Riley Keough) and Billy (Sam Claflin) — sexual and otherwise — finally comes to a head, as Billy relapses and drinks after Camila (Camila Morrone) addresses his feelings for Daisy; Karen (Suki Waterhouse) and Graham’s (Will Harrison) relationship crumbles as he finds out she had an abortion; Eddie (Joshua Roundtree) finally lets it rip on Billy and alludes to his fling with Camila; Warren (Sebastian Chacon) is caught in the middle, ultimately trying to calm Eddie down. It also features an incredible final performance from the fictional group.

“I was obsessed with Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense. I really wanted to do a concert film. We decided we’ll do the big Soldier Field show, and we’ll intercut the drama, which is so heavy with these amazing exuberant, rock performances when the band is firing on all cylinders,” showrunner Will Graham recalls of making the finale.

Read more: The evolution of Daisy Jones & the Six: how the cast and crew made a fake band real

While the Amazon series does wrap up — with the person on the other side of the camera finally being revealed — fans will likely be wondering: Is there a possibility of Daisy Jones & the Six getting a season 2?

“We would be so excited to get the band back together, [but] I think that’s the question that really goes back to Taylor, who created this world and these characters,” he explains. “If we were going to do something, it’d have to be with her blessing. But I think every single person involved in the show would be jumping up and down to go on the ride again.”

Showrunner Scott Neustadter adds that if there are enough people who want more, “we can have those conversations.” Right now, he hopes “the ending is satisfying for everybody.”

The final episode of Daisy Jones & the Six is out now.


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