SonyLIV has announced the launch of its new original series #LoveBytes – Season 2.
Season 1 of #LoveBytes instantly struck a chord with the audience due to the relatability of the content. The series beautifully encapsulates the nitty-gritties of relationships and sheds light on the things that are necessary for an urban relationship to sustain itself. The first season took viewers through the clicks and clashes between Ananya (Sukhmani Sadana) and Abhishek (Kushal Punjabi), a new-age couple.
The first season ended on a bitter note with the lead couple Ananya and Abhishek ending their relationship. After the huge success of season 1, the second season takes on from there and revolves around how the two of them are dealing with their lives after choosing their individual paths. This season also introduces new characters like Gunjan (Shweta Gulati), Varun (Manish Goel), Soniya (Manasi Scott) and Vikram (Ayaz Khan) who impact the relationship of Ananya and
Abhishek in their own ways. The series underlines the journey of these characters, all while discovering the true meaning of love.
SonyLIV has gone beyond the cliché and has delivered top notch on-the-go content. With the launch of the new season, the digital business of Sony Pictures Networks India is all set to change share newer perspectives on the idea of ‘Second Chances’. The new season launches on the 11th October 2017 and will be available on the SonyLIV website as well as the mobile app. Viewers also have the option to avail the subscription service in case they want to binge watch all episodes
Uday Sodhi, EVP and Head – Digital Business, SonyLIV said, “After the phenomenal success of the first season of our signature series #LoveBytes, we are launching the second season. Keeping our brand ethos of ‘We LIV to entertain’ in mind, we will continue to curate content that not only entertains the audience but also establishes a connect with them. At Sony LIV, it is our constant endeavour to enhance viewer engagement while highlighting real-life relatable stories.”