Alexander Ludwig and Stephen Amell reprise their roles in critically acclaimed drama Heels Season 2, exclusively available in the Philippines on Lionsgate Play.
Packed with ferocious passion for wrestling and compelling family drama, Heels Season 2 brings audiences back to its close-knit Duffy, Georgia community. Starring Stephen Amell (“Arrow”) and Alexander Ludwig(“Vikings”),”Heels” follows a family-owned wrestling promotion as two brothers and rivals, Jack Spade (Amell) and Ace Spade (Ludwig), are at war over their late father’s legacy while working to find their identity and their individual versions of success. “Heel” is a common wrestling term used to describe the antagonist or villain in the ring, however, the line between hero and heel is much less clear for this sibling rivalry outside of the ring.
Season two begins after a spectacular showing at the South Georgia State Fair, and the Duffy Wrestling League’s popularity is suddenly on the upswing. Hoping to seize the opportunity, Jack and his cohorts prepare for a possible business deal with a new streaming service that may propel them onto a national stage. But the past and its tragedies threaten to upset everything when Ace leaves Duffy and the Dome in his rearview, meanwhile rival promotion Florida Wrestling Dystopia’s vengeful frontman Gully comes calling.
Critically-acclaimed sports drama Heels Season 2 is a must-watch that will keep the audience (both wrestling fans and casual viewers) hooked to the very end.
Press play on the intense drama both on and off the ring with Heels Season 2 premiering on Lionsgate Play on September 22.
- Directed by: Peter Sega, Jessica Lowrey, Michael Lehmann
- Cast: Stephen Amell, Alexander Ludwig, Mary McCormack, Chris Bauer, Kelli Berglund, Alison Luff, Robby Ramos
Official synopsis: “Heels” is a story about the men and women who chase their dreams in the world of small-town pro wrestling. Two brothers and rivals – one a villain, or “heel,” in the ring; the other a hero, or “face,” war over their late father’s wrestling promotion, vying for national attention in small-town Georgia.