Season 2 of REBELReloaded's fanfiction series, The Savages, was confirmed to air in May 21, 2017 - August 6, 2017. On June 22, 2015, The Savages was renewed for a second season, with 10 episodes after three episodes of Season 1 premiered. 

Season 2 follows the twisted events in Season 1, and continues The Savages' junior year. In contrast to the first season, this season focuses solely on plot than on political and psychological concepts. However, the season continues with cultural references. Also, this season focuses on character development, as well as the lives of others before The Savages became who they were. Similar to the video scandal mystery, the core conflicts are the mysterious death of Felix Winchester, Trae Ventura's departure from The Savages, the rise of The Glamouflage, Carl Touché's family feud with Eli Hawk and the scarlet letters.

Although most of Season 1 was explicit, this season is far more explicit and vulgar than last season, since the series is picked up on the wiki and not broadcasted on Glee Wiki anymore, REBELReloaded made the decision to make it edgier than normal.

The second season has thirteen main roles, with ten of the characters reprising their roles from the first season. Matt McGorry is credited as a special appearance in multiple episodes. Three recurring characters were promoted to regular cast members: Lyndsy Fonseca (Sena Demir), Summer Boissiere (Iesha Bennett) and Jessica Lange (Jennifer Gordon).

Star BillingEdit

Main Cast

Guest CastEdit

Recurring Cast
Special Guest Stars
  • Matt McGorry as Felix Winchester (3/10)
  • Courteney Cox as Kelly Anne Foxx (1/10)
  • Rosie Perez as Mrs. Felicia Ortiz (1/10)
  • James Earl Jones as J.B. Hendricks (1/10)
  • Ryan Reynolds as Mr. Spencer Tatum (1/10)
  • Vanessa L. Williams as Gail Hendricks (1/10)
Guest Stars
  • Jay Ali as Mr. Eric Baxter (3/10)
  • Bug Hall as Mr. Shane Baldwin (3/10)
  • Anthony Michael Hall as Samuel "Ace" Woods (3/10)
  • Nicholas Hoult as Liam Newton (3/10)
  • Cymphonique Miller as Brianna Townsend (3/10)
  • Anika Noni Rose as Loretta "Deuce" Woods (3/10)
  • Parker Posey as Kirsten Winchester (3/10)
  • Brian Van Holt as William Foxx (3/10)
  • Javier Bardem as Armando Herrera (2/10)
  • Diego Boneta as Andres Rivera (2/10)
  • Constance Marie as Maria Herrera (2/10)
  • Michelle Rodriguez as Izzy Herrera (2/10)
  • Jennifer Nicole Freeman as Marissa Woods (1/10)
  • Nicholas Gonzalez as Fernando Herrera (1/10)
  • Paula Jai Parker as Mona Davis (1/10)
  • Francia Raisa as Marisol (1/10)
  • Ryan Reynolds as Mr. Spencer Tatum (1/10)
  • Evan Ross as Anthony Woods (1/10)



Image Title Original Airdate U.S. Viewers (comments)
150166 1315737161379 full 1. "The Alibi"  May 24, 2017

Plot: A week after the infamous riot at James A. Masters High School, the students challenge their newest principal, the superintendent Jennifer Gordon. Meanwhile, Zachary and Sydney are conflicted with telling The Savages about Trae's secret agenda. Vik accompanies The Moneybags in finding Felix after he goes missing. Joe and Nate take two unlikely allies under their wing. Carl faces more trouble when his father's acquaintance, Eli Hawk manipulates his way into the family's heart.

Singles: "Footwurkin'" (Iesha with The Red Hot Cheer Peppers), "Another Brick in the Wall" (Alex with The Jocks, The Red Hot Cheer Peppers, and The Sexxx Symbols), "Son of a Gun" (Kalleb and Trae), "Whip My Hair" (Alyssa and Claudia), "Mr. James Dean" (Sydney and Zachary)*, "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" (The Savages)

* = song was cut from the episode, but still released as a single.

3 2. "The Scarlet Letters" May 14, 2018

Plot: The Savages are bombarded with cryptic letters that threatens to expose their deepest secrets. Trae returns to James A. Masters High School, but is welcomed with an intervention. Alex goes on a tirade against a pesky student reporter, who soon puts his reputation in jeopardy. Lily and Sena  meet their match. Sydney makes a disturbing discovery. 

Singles: "Amazing" (Trae), "Two Sides to Every Story" (Alex and Carl)*, "Rip Her to Shreds" (Lily and Sena), "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" (Alyssa, Claudia, Joe and Nate), "Take Off Your Cool" (Trae and Zachary), "Secrets" (The Savages)

* = song was cut from the episode, but still released as a single.

Absent Cast Members: Cody ChristianCameron Diaz

28927cab405434b973d1b72ba766c7ac 3. "The Conflict of Interest" May 29, 2018

PlotFelix's murder becomes the center of attention at school, and Sydney becomes an immediate potential suspect. The Savages try to adapt to a sudden shift in their group dynamic. Iesha gives Sena an ultimatum when her affair with Mr. Baldwin takes a toll on her. Trae has dinner with Zachary and his parents, but conflicts flare. Meanwhile, Alex's derogatory article spark a controversial reaction from the student body. Rumors float around about an alleged sex tape of the principal, and Lily goes on a mission for proof. 

Singles: "Age Ain't Nothing But a Number" (Sena with Iesha and The Red Hot Cheer Peppers), "Erotica" (Jennifer), "If Your Girl Only Knew" (Sena with Iesha and The Red Hot Cheer Peppers]), "Anyone Else But You" (Alex and Gina), "Mr. Sandman" (The Red Hot Cheer Peppers), "The Unforgiven" (Alex), "I Want To Know What Love Is" (Trae)

Absent Cast Members: Cameron Diaz, Kyle Gallner, Tyler Joseph

DdW-9r3X4AAQddB 4. "The Roman Holiday" May 28, 2018

PlotTrae returns to Philadelphia for a Christmas family gathering, but he realizes blood isn't thicker than water. Meanwhile, Carl and his family are forced to celebrate Christmas with Eli. Gina, Lily, Iesha, Sena, and Zachary get trapped in a mall. The Moneybags throw a party in Felix's honor, but problems arise once Sydney finds closure with Andrew; Maya seduces Alex.

Singles: "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" (Brenda, Gail, Stacey and Wendy), "Motownphilly" (Darnell, Rashad and Trae), "Bad Girl" (Lily), "Wreck The Malls" (Gina, Iesha, Lily, Sena and Zachary), "Mr. Brightside" (The Moneybags), "Fighter" (Sydney and Trae)

Absent Cast Members: Jessica Lange

E1575d35-e8e9-495d-89cf-f821e076d812 5. "The Powers That Be" June 4, 2018

Plot: Trae decides to step down as president of The Savages, and AlexGina and Sydney vie for the title. Meanwhile, Lily recruits Iesha and Sena to the group before the big game. Jennifer Gordon enacts a new policy that puts the student body in chaos. Joe and Nate plan out a rival supergroup to take down The Savages, but it sparks confrontation with The Red Hot Cheer Peppers and The Sexxx Symbols. The scarlet letters tie to an unusual family hierarchy.

Singles: "Lose My Breath/Wind It Up/Lose Control" (The Red Hot Cheer Peppers), "Feel Good Time" (The Glamouflage), "Heavy Metal & Reflective" (Joe), "Chicken Noodle Soup" (Iesha), "Do My Thing" (Iesha, Lily and Sena), "The Powers That Be" (The Savages), "Power" (The Glamouflage and The Red Hot Cheer Peppers)

6. "The Rose That Grew From Concrete" June 21, 2017

Plot:  In this Rose-centric episode, the origins of De Vil is explored as Alex and Sena make a bizarre offer to her prior to her resignation. Trae gives Carl a helping hand in seeking information on Eli's background and whereabouts. Sydney's new role in the student council is challenged by the MHSA president, Gabe. Nate's anxiety takes a toll on him when he feels like a pawn in The Glamouflage. Meanwhile, Jennifer makes a new friend in Trae's mother, Stacey, and they both reunite with their mutual nemesis, Rose. Details of Felix's murder are further explained.


7. "The Family That Preys" June 28, 2017

Plot:  Alex fears conflict when his family meets Gina's mysterious ensemble of relatives, especially when he discovers her scarlet letter. Meanwhile, The Savages rely on former president Trae when Joe and Nate's super rival-group, The Glamouflage overshadow their dynamic. Sydney and Gabe's council rivalry takes an interesting turn. Carl pushes Eli to a dangerous point with his family. Rose sticks with Lily's plan against Jennifer by bribing her, with help from Iesha and Kalleb: the hackers of The Savages.


8. "The Blackout"

Plot:  A snowstorm causes a power outage at James A. Masters High, leaving the student body snowed inside. Trae and Joe are stuck in the school elevator together. Meanwhile, The Savages try to solve the scarlet letter mystery, finding potential suspects to interrogate. The Glamouflage and The Savages declare war; Sydney makes a shocking revelation about Gabe. Sena and Mr. Baldwin's affair is exposed. Zachary's family problems take a wretched turn; Carl poses a threat to his father's safety against Eli. Singles:

9. "The Savages vs. The Glamouflage" July 5, 2017

Plot:  The battle is on between The Savages and The Glamouflage, when Joe challenges Alex and Trae to an ultimate riff-off and a fighting match. Zachary's friendship with Brian progresses into something more, but Trae remains bitter by their complicated connection. Alex gets caught up in a bad position with reporter Maya, instigated by Sis, and Gina takes action. Sydney discovers Gabe's true colors. Meanwhile, The Moneybags and The Sexxx Symbols make a pact with The Savages.


10. "The Night He Was Murdered" July 12, 2017

Plot:  In the second-season finale, the investigation for Felix's murder gets tense when two accomplices are forced to confess. Meanwhile, Trae regains his power and confidence he once lost when he helps Carl with a dangerous rival, Eli. Lily and Sis have an unusual encounter. Sena's reputation is put on edge. Meanwhile, Nate contemplates his fate with The Glamazons. Kalleb and Kalleb accompany Rose in her scheme to defeat Jennifer.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen (Carl with The Savages)
  • Looking In by Mariah Carey (Sena)
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day (Nate)
  • Heathens by Twenty One Pilots (Nate)