5 big questions we have for Reverie Season 2

REVERIE -- "Altum Somnum" -- Photo by: Vivian Zink/NBC -- Acquired via NBC Media Village
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REVERIE — “No More Mr. Nice Guy” — Photo by: Colleen Hayes/NBC — Acquired via NBC Media Village
REVERIE — “No More Mr. Nice Guy” — Photo by: Colleen Hayes/NBC — Acquired via NBC Media Village /

2. Can Mara be in multiple reveries?

Mara is somehow in the real world and in a reverie at the same time. If she’s currently in the reverie, can she go into others? What will happen if she attempts to go into a reverie while she’s supposedly in one?

Right now, it seems the suggestion is that there’s a problem with the tech, but what if there isn’t? What if part of her subconscious is trapped in another reverie?

Is it then possible for parts of her to be trapped in other reveries? Oliver made a point of saying that Mara’s derealizations were bad–so bad that she shouldn’t have been going back into reverie. We never did find out why.

Alexis says that they’ve fixed whatever the loophole was; the problem that caused the derealizations. Will those problems link to who Mara is somehow in and out of reverie at the same time? If Mara was already in there, are the problems not fixed with her device?

1. Will we even get Reverie Season 2?

As I mentioned, NBC is still to confirm if we’re getting a second season or not. There’s hope we are, but what are the real chances?

This really depends on all the metrics NBC will use to make a decision. Considering it’s a summer show, the lower ratings compared to fall shows isn’t surprising. However, Reverie Season 1 was NBC’s lowest rated show of the summer. Considering Colony Season 3 was canceled after becoming the lowest rated USA Network show, it’s expected NBC will cancel the series because of that.

It also only secured a 0.44 average in the demo, according to TV Series Finale. NBC canceled Timeless with a 0.61 in the demo, so this isn’t great news. We’ll have to hope the delayed ratings or ratings through NBC’s streaming site are good enough to keep it going. There’s a little bit of hope, but we may not get an answer to any of our questions.

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Would you like to see Reverie Season 2? What questions do you have after that season finale twist? Share your thoughts in the comments below.