The gripping survival drama, Yellowjackets has returned for its highly anticipated second season on Showtime captivating audiences with its intense storyline. While the series has primarily been exclusive to Paramount+ Netflix has acquired streaming rights in select Latin American countries marking a significant development for international viewers.
Yellowjackets, created by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson revolves around a high school soccer team grappling with the challenges of survival after a plane crash strands them in the remote Canadian wilderness.
Boasting a star-studded cast including Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci and Juliette Lewis the series has garnered acclaim and recently secured a renewal for a third season.
Netflix Debut in Latin America
In a notable move, Netflix is set to debut Yellowjackets in select Latin American countries providing viewers in these regions with access to the enthralling series.
The streaming giant plans to release the show on December 15th in countries such as Brazil, Argentina and Mexico offering a new avenue for audiences to engage with the compelling narrative.
Limited Availability Elsewhere
Yellowjackets being a Showtime and Paramount+ production remains predominantly available on these platforms. The series found a home on Paramount+ following the integration of the Showtime lineup into the streaming service.
However, exceptions exist for viewers in the United Kingdom where the show is accessible on Sky Atlantic’s Now service, and in Canada where it is available on Crave.
Netflix’s Global Recommendations
For those outside the designated regions, Netflix offers alternative viewing options that share thematic elements with Yellowjackets. Suggestions include “The Decline” a Canadian feature film with a parallel survivalist theme “Keep Breathing” a limited series depicting the aftermath of a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness and “Pieces of Her” a mystery series starring Toni Collette.
Additionally, fans of teen-horror mystery can explore “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” while those drawn to the creators’ work can delve into “Narcos” and “Narcos: Mexico.”