“How to Be a Cowboy” is a Netflix original series that follows Dale Brisby, a skilled bull rider, entrepreneur, and social media celebrity, as he uses his rodeo talents and ranching experience to teach others how to be authentic American cowboys.
He accomplishes this with the support of his Radiator Ranch crew, which comprises children who want to learn how to live in the country. Overall, it’s a fun, instructive, and feel-good series that everyone should watch, especially aficionados of cowboy-themed shows.
If you’ve already binge-watched the first season and are excited for more because of its lack of drama, here are all the details we have about the 2nd season of How to Be a Cowboy.
When can We Expect How to be a Cowboy Season 2?
The 2nd season of How to be a Cowboy is yet to get an official notification from Netflix about its renewal or cancellation. However, given that Dale Brisby is a co-executive producer and that his running ranch is at the forefront of keeping the cowboy traditions alive, there’s a good chance he’d consent to a sequel.
Throughout addition, he mentioned the 1st season several times in the first six episodes, indicating Dale’s determination to go above and beyond. Moreover, the network’s decision to renew the show for a 2nd season is heavily influenced by the first’s monetary success.
If it happens, and Netflix approves the 2nd season of ‘How to Be a Cowboy,’ it will most likely release in the 3rd quarter of the year 2022. Filming a new chapter would take a few months, plus there’s post-production, so we’re looking at roughly a year before seeing more of these cowboys.
What Happened in the Previous Season?
The ranch does many things you’d expect a ranch to do, such as rearing cows. It is, however, a training facility for rodeo riders, so there are plenty of kicking ponies and bulls. Dale is aided by his younger brother Leroy, a top dog roper named Cheech, and Donnie’s former helper.
Jorden Halvorsen, their new understudy, is the first female assistant they’ve had. She’s a professional bull rider from North Carolina who’s on the mend following knee surgery. She has to get a handle on the bulls at the ranch, and she’s excited to learn about ranching along the way. When it comes to bulls, Carl Wayne, a young bull, has escaped from his confinement.
The ranchers must travel to the location where they believe he is. To repair the fence, Dale returns with Donnie and Jorden. Then they mount their horses and attempt to lasso him. They get him back on, but he’s too wild for them, so it’s time to sell the place. Dale and his pals are chasing him through the parking garage. On the other hand, Jorden takes her first bull ride after her medical treatment when they get him back.
Who’s in the Cast of How to be a Cowboy Season 2?
Dale Brisby and his team at Radiator Ranch Cattle Company, including his brother Leroy Gibbons, lifelong cowboy Cheech “Jesiah Zapata” Nation, Donnie Ray Daytona, who is an intern-turned-employee, and new intern and female bull rider Jorden Halvorsen, are featured in the inaugural season of “How to Be a Cowboy.”
We might see most of them again if there is a 2nd season. We’re also expecting to see some new faces, mostly because Dale just announced that he hired a half-dozen more interns after the 1st season wrapped.