The fight for Shay Mountain isn’t over yet. After Season 1 of “Outsiders” ended with the law coming to the Farrell clan in an attempt to seize control, the full trailer for Season 2 shows that the Farrells aren’t going down without a fight.

In the trailer, the clan unites under G’Winveer (Gillian Alexy) — the new Bren’in — as they decide how best to protect themselves from the outsiders of the city. Likewise, the officials of Blackburg fear for their own safety when it comes to the unpredictable Farrells.

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Of course, it’s not just the fight for Shay Mountain at the heart of this story — it’s the people. From Lil Foster (Ryan Hurst) winding up in jail — not unlike Hurst’s “Sons of Anarchy” character Opie — to the tortured love story between Sally-Ann (Christina Jackson) and Hasil (Kyle Gallner), Season 2 looks lie it’s aiming to break our hearts.

“I don’t know how I ever thought this could work,” Sally-Ann tells a devastated Hasil. While the unlikely story of a city girl and a member of the Farrell Clan falling in love has the ultimate “Romeo & Juliet” vibe, they could also be the only two with the ability to unite the town and the mountain.


Lastly, and most importantly, the shadow of Big Foster (David Morse) looms heavily over the trailer. Though seemingly killed in the Season 1 finale, it’s been revealed that Morse is back for the new run of episodes as Big. What’s unclear is exactly how that’s possible. Given that the season finale introduced the idea of supernatural occurrences on the mountain though, anything is fair game.

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“Outsiders” returns Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on WGN America.

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