5 big questions for Coroner Season 2

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These are the questions we have going into the Coroner Season 2 premiere

The Coroner Season 1 finale certainly wrapped up the majority of the storylines introduced in the series premiere. However, it left us with some other questions to push us into the Coroner Season 2 premiere.

Most of these questions are focused on supporting characters and relationships that formed throughout the first season. After all, the biggest storylines came to an end. Storylines were pretty much wrapped up in a neat bow.

There isn’t going to be long to wait for answers. The Coroner Season 2 premiere will air in a couple of weeks on The CW. Canadians had to wait a year! Here are the five biggest questions we have.

What will Jenny do with the knowledge of the past?

Jenny now remembers the past. She knows that she killed her sister, although it was an accident. From the look of the conversation with her dad, she doesn’t blame him for lying to her.

Now that Jenny knows the truth, what will she do with it? She uses therapy well, so I’m assuming she’ll talk about the past with her therapist. Is this the last we’ve seen of the black dog now that she knows the truth?

Will Jenny and Liam work out?

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Jenny told Liam that she wants to give their relationship a chance. However, she’s nervous, and understandably so.

What nobody has talked about yet is the woman who turned up at Thanksgiving. Don’t they need to talk about the fact Liam was seeing someone else without telling Jenny? Whether he wanted to break up with her or not, he should have at least mentioned it. So, will that come up again?

Will we see more of Allison and Sabine?

Allison and Sabine have such a cute relationship that is only just getting started. We need to see more of this on TV. Not only does it give us a lesbian relationship, but it gives us one that does have its flaws and complications already.

With Allison’s pregnancy, there are going to be some problems that arise. Is Sabine ready to be a mother, because Allison comes with the baby? She knows that right now, but is she willing to accept it when it matters?

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Will we see more of River and Dwayne?

Coroner Season 1 introduced two assistants working under Jenny. Dwayne and River had have a little screentime, but nowhere near enough. I’d love to get to know more about them, and not just in the setting of the autopsy room.

Sometimes, characters like this are brushed aside for the development of others. Now that we’ve got to know Jenny and McAvoy better, it’s time to deliver more on the supporting characters.

Will Ross move forward in his life?

Finally, we do have to touch on Ross’s story. Things came to a head in the Coroner Season 1 finale, when he ate a bunch of weed gummies and started hallucinating. The guilt of the moments before the last swim meet his father was at comes back. This is why he’s been acting out.

Now that he’s faced that guilt and spoken to Jenny about it, it’s time to move forward. The ending to the finale looks like he’s ready to move forward, and it brings conversations about senior year at high school, college applications, and more.

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What did you think of the Coroner Season 1 finale? What questions do you have for the Coroner Season 2 premiere? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Coroner Season 2 premieres on The CW on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 9/8c.