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Five Days at Memorial Season 2 Release Date, Trailer – Is It Canceled?

Five Days at Memorial
Five Days at Memorial

Five Days at Memorial follows the story of doctors and patients at a New Orleans hospital who got stuck there for five days without power. As Hurricane Katrina hit the city, the power failed, the heat soared, and the doctors at the hospital were left to face difficult decisions. Some of them lived with the consequences of the actions that took place in those five days, all their life…

The American medical disaster TV series was written, developed, and directed by John Ridley and Carlton Cuse. It was created for and premiered on Apple TV+. The first episode was released on August 12, 2022, and there are 8 episodes in the season. Although it was released as a miniseries, fans have been wondering whether there’d be a 2nd season or not. Let’s see if they’ll get it!

Five Days at Memorial Season 2 Release Date


Five Days at Memorial

Five Days at Memorial Season 2 is greatly anticipated by viewers. Season 1 brought huge success to Apple TV+, and everybody expects Season 2 to be even more successful (should there be one). As of September 2022, there hasn’t been a renewal for the series. Because the series was created as a miniseries centering around the events that took place in the Memorial Medical center following the flood.

However, if there’ll be a renewal, fans could expect the return of Five Days at Memorial to be around somewhere in 2023. Because it takes Apple to announce renewals several months, there’s nothing we can do but wait. We will update you with any new information.

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Is the show Five Days at Memorial based on a true story?

Sheri Fink

Sheri Fink

The miniseries Five Days at Memorial is based on the book of the same name written by Sheri Fink. The author was also heavily involved with adapting her work to the screens. Other than her brilliant book, Fink had a mountain of other resources and research at her hand. The photographs she had, helped the design team to really capture the mood at the hospital during Hurricane Katrina.

Hurricane Katrina was a Category 5 Atlantic hurricane, and it occurred in late August 2005, mainly in the city of New Orleans. The hurricane caused flooding around New Orleans and caused the majority of the loss of lives. Almost %80 of the city was inundated for weeks. Journalist Sheri Fink detailed the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina within Memorial Medical Center.

The book is essentially an expansion of her article published in New York Times Magazine, and it won her a Pulitzer Prize. There were many rumors surrounding the events that took place in the hospital. One of them was, that the triage system put into place at the hospital had medical staff euthanize critically ill patients that were too sick to be moved or treated.

All of this was brought to screens in Five Days at Memorial. However, it was first set to be the basis of the FX true crime series American Crime Story. The idea was later scrapped and Apple TV+ adapted the book into a miniseries.

Where can I watch Five Days at Memorial?

Five Days at Memorial Cast

Five Days at Memorial Cast

Five Days at Memorial was created for Apple TV+, and you can catch all episodes there. Apple TV+ subscription service is owned and operated by Apple Inc. The American streaming service was first launched on November 1, 2019. The service offers a number of TV series and production films called “Apple Originals”.

You can access Apple TV+ through Apple’s website and the Apple TV app. The Apple TV app has gradually become available for many Apple devices along with some major competing streaming devices. Catch all 8 episodes of Five Days at Memorial on Apple TV+ now!

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