Here's how to watch Superman & Lois season 2 online from anywhere in the world.
Superman & Lois season 1 is currently airing in the UK, but US viewers are about to be treated to even more superhero drama from the latest show in DC Comics' Arrowverse.
Once again, Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch will be back to play Clark Kent (aka Superman) and Lois Lane. The first season saw Clark trying to balance his responsibilities as the Man of Steel with trying to be a parent and a supportive husband. Although he's perfectly happy taking on supervillains like The Stranger, sometimes Superman struggles to figure out how to be the best dad.
The second season will pick up where we left off; the official season synopsis reads: "Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) and Clark struggle as a couple while Chrissy (Sofia Hasmik) adjusts to running The Smallville Gazette with Lois. Jonathan (Jordan Elsass) faces new challenges on the football field, and secrets threaten to destroy Jordan (Alex Garfin) and Sarah's (Inde Navarrette) growing relationship."
Here's how to watch Superman & Lois season 2 online from anywhere in the world so you can keep up with The Man of Steel's continuing adventures.
How to watch 'Superman & Lois' season 2 online for free in the US
If you have a cable subscription, you'll be able to watch Superman & Lois on The CW when the second season premieres on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, at 8 pm ET, with new episodes airing weekly.
If you want to watch Superman & Lois season 2 online for free, you'll be able to find episodes available on The CW website or The CW App shortly after they were originally broadcast on the network; the first will be available on Wednesday, Jan. 12. You don't even need to register for an account, just head over to The CW site and press play.
We'd also bet that the whole season will be made available to stream on HBO Max after the season finale airs, as this is what happened with Superman & Lois season 1.
How to watch 'Superman & Lois' season 2 online anywhere in the world
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How to watch 'Superman & Lois' season 2 online in the UK
At the time of writing, we don't yet have a UK release date for the second season of Superman & Lois.
Given the first series is currently available to stream on BBC iPlayer and continues to air weekly on Saturdays on BBC1, we'd expect the second season to come to the BBC at some point in the future.
However, as the first series only premiered in the UK in early December last year, it might be a little while before you'll be able to watch Superman & Lois season 2 online or on TV in the UK.
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