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Firefly Lane part two has just landed on Netflix

Firefly Lane part two has just landed on Netflix

The Netflix drama series is back for a grand finale and tissues are at the ready

The final season of Firefly Lane has just landed on Netflix, marking an emotional last outing for beloved besties Tully and Kate.

Since it debuted back in February 2021, Firefly Lane - based on Kristin Hannah’s novel of the same name and subsequent sequel Fly Away - has captured hearts and racked up countless hours of drama.

Fans quickly ploughed their way through all nine episodes of season two part one late last year and now the Netflix show has returned for its final hurrah. Check out the trailer:

The series stars Katherine Heigl as Tully Hart and Sarah Chalke as Kate Mularkey - two girls who have been thick as thieves since the age of 14.

As a reminder, season 2 covered some glorious highs and deepest lows of Tully and Kate’s 30-year friendship, including Kate being diagnosed with a devastating case of breast cancer.

However, after deciding to share her diagnosis with Tully, Kate discovers that her news will have to wait — her best friend has disappeared.

The Netflix synopsis for the second season reads: “What could have possibly ended the tight-knit thirty-year friendship of Tully and Kate, our ‘Firefly Lane Girls Forever’?

Firefly Lane says farewell in the dramatic part two of season two.

"We’ll learn the answer this season - but first Kate grapples with the painful aftermath of Jonny’s ill-fated trip to Iraq, while Tully faces a lawsuit after walking away from her talk show, and must start a career over from the bottom.

“This leads her to search for answers about who she is and where she comes from - including a quest to find the father she never met, against the wishes of her secretive hippie mother, Cloud.”

There are seven new 50-minute Firefly Lane episodes to binge-watch via Netflix now — meaning you don’t have to wait for weekly drops like Riverdale fans do.

Ahead of the final episodes airing, Heigl sat down with People Magazine to discuss her experiences with filming the show and how ‘amazing’ it’s been to work with the Firefly Lane team.

“I think at any work environment, you never know if you’re going to love your co-workers or hate them, or if you’re going to get along or just be respectful and professional with each other,” she said.

“So, mine is no different to anybody else’s in that way,” she added. “Except that we’re either pretending to love each other or hate each other, but off-camera, it could be completely the opposite.”

She continued: “Every one of the people, every actor, every crew member, it was an incredibly good, decent, fun and talented group. And it made the day so much easier, so much more joyful.”

Firefly Lane season one and season two parts one and two are all available to stream on Netflix now.

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Topics: TV And Film, Netflix