All About BET's 'Boomerang' TV series In 2018, BET announced it was spinning off the 1992 romantic comedy, "Boomerang." The series does not include original stars Eddie Murphy and Halle Berry as part of the cast. It focuses on the offspring of the characters from the hit '90s film. "The Chi" creator Lena Waithe serves as executive producer on the show with Berry. “We want to create something fresh that speaks to a new generation,” Waithe told The Hollywood Reporter.

BET’s ‘Boomerang’ series announces season two premiere date

BET previously gave fans good news after announcing that “Boomerang” got renewed for season 2. Now, viewers will know exactly when to tune in to see how Simone and Bryson’s relationship will unfold.

The official Instagram account for the Atlanta-set series announced that the new round of episodes will debut just in time for spring.

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“Where does your loyalty lie? #BoomerangOnBET season 2 returns March 11,” the caption read. It accompanied a video of the cast at a sprawling dinner table.

Last season saw Simone and Bryson’s relationship in jeopardy after Camden reappeared. And ever since the April 2019 finale, fans have been left to wonder what will become of the couple.

Judging by the reactions, viewers appear eager to discover what happens next.

“Yaaaaaassss! FINALLY!” an Instagram user commented.

Another said, “EXCITED!!!”

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Days before the season 1 finale aired, BET picked up “Boomgerang” for season 2.

“Making ‘Boomerang’ has been one of the highlights of my career and the positive feedback we've gotten from fans and critics has been so validating. I'm beyond excited to dive even deeper into these characters' lives in season two," executive producer Lena Waithe said at the time.

The series is based on the 1992 romantic comedy starring Eddie Murphy and Halle Berry. While neither star has returned for the comedy, Berry serves as an executive producer.

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