‘Leverage: Redemption’ Season 1, Part 2 Release Date & Details

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As we previously reported, only the first have of Leverage: Redemption is currently available for streaming on IMDb TV. So, naturally, fans of the reboot wonder if there is a release date for Part 2 just yet. Moreover, what do we know about Part 2 of Redemption: Leverage? While we have zero information on whether the reboot will be renewed or canceled for Season 2… We do have some information on when Part 2 of Season 1 will be available for streaming!

Stream it or skip it?

First things first, let’s discuss whether you should watch Leverage: Redemption. The series is a reboot of a TNT series that had a five-season run from 2008 to 2012. Working to its advantage, the reboot brings back nearly the entire cast. Working against it, Leverage: Redemption is a reboot. Reboots are a bit of a rough area. This is especially true for a series that was extremely popular and ended on a fairly decent note. There is always some concern bringing a series back from the dead could destroy it.

So, should you stream or skip Leverage: Redemption? The answer is simple: Absolutely. The only reason you wouldn’t want to stream this series is if you can’t get past the fact that Nate Ford will not return. Fortunately, the writers do a pretty good job of writing the character out in a way that allows everyone else to move forward. As long as you can accept he is gone and someone new is stepping into the role… This is a reboot you can really enjoy. The rest of the cast comes in with all their original charm. And, this is a reboot fans of the original can really enjoy.

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That being said, presently, on Part 1 of Redemption: Leverage Season 1 is available to stream. Being just eight episodes long, it won’t take too long to stream through them all. Then, you have one simple question. Does Part 2 of Leverage: Redemption Season 1 have a release date? Fortunately, there is a fair amount of information about it.

Leverage: Redemption Season 1, Part 2 Release Date

According to FanSided, it does not appear as if a specific release date for Season 1, Part 2 is available just yet. But, the second eight episodes will be available this year. The release date is expected to happen during Fall of 2021. The outlet goes on to speculate the streaming service is likely waiting to see how the episodes perform before making a decision on renewal or cancelation.

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Have you watched the first half of Leverage: Redemption Season 1? Are you looking forward to the second set of episodes? Do you hope the reboot gets renewed? Share your thoughts with us in the comments down below.

Allie Johnson


  1. I just finished watching all 8 episodes. I must say I middes the characters more than I thought. It has to continue. Can’t wait for Idris to return and the gang is reunited with some new members. 80 percent of the original cast is enough to keep me loving the show

  2. As good as the first time around.
    I was disappointed when I realized I had watch all the episodes.
    Anxiously awaiting Season 2!!

  3. I loved Redemption!! Please renew season 2!!! I am a huge fan…I watched the original 3 times! I can’t wait for the second half of season 1 to be released!

  4. Leverage Redemption is amazing!!!! Please let this show continue!!! I’ve watched the first 8 episodes already and plan to watch them again soon, especially if part 2 doesn’t come out early fall. I watched original Leverage over 4 times, and Leverage Redemption does it justice in every way!!

  5. For the most part we are really enjoying it. The cast has done a great job of keeping Nate as a part of the story rather than just replacing him with Noah Wyle, whose character has a totally different take on everything and isn’t as broken as Nate. Definitely need more Aldis Hodge though. The chemistry he brings is missing when he’s not in an episode. Excited that he’s back in the second half. Definitely worth a season 2!

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