Audiences are going gaga over “Yellowjackets” Season 2: Check out why

Especially with the return of Lottie’s visions, the fourth episode of Yellowjackets season 2 suggests much worse scenarios for the crew in both the present and the past.

The bleeding bee colonies were seen by Lottie in the present at the conclusion of Yellowjackets season 2, episode 3. However, it turns out to be a vision, much like the ones she would experience 25 years earlier when the group became trapped in the woods.


A trailer for Yellowjackets season 2, episode 4, which teases the team with even more suspense and dangerous situations, has just been released by Showtime.Lottie acknowledges that her visions are reappearing in the caravan as she compares slicing open her hand in the past and present.

Other teases include Van’s hypotheses about Taissa’s connection to the mysterious sign in the woods and Misty and Walter’s search for Natalie on the highway.Although Yellowjackets has been insinuating that Lottie’s visions are truly superhuman talents that she just hasn’t mastered, Lottie’s parents still believe that she has a mental illness.

Lottie’s visions appear to be foresights since, in season 1, as Laura Lee was being baptised in the lake, she noticed an explosion behind her. In the earlier time period, she is adamant that Travis’ brother Javi, who has been missing in the winter wilderness for two months, is still alive.

Lottie’s visions returned in the final scene of Yellowjackets season 2, episode 3, suggesting that something bad is bound to happen to her and her neighbourhood. This may have something to do with Travis’ passing, which Lottie maintains she was powerless to stop because of visions of the forest and a corpse-like Laura Lee.

If Lottie’s visions are going to remain a constant in the present, then it could not be long until something occurs to demonstrate their paranormal power.In the past, Lottie was the Antler Queen, the head of a band of Yellowjackets that hunted and consumed other girls in their group in order to survive.

Lottie’s parents continue to think that she is mentally sick, despite Yellowjackets’ insinuations that Lottie’s visions are actually superhuman abilities that she simply hasn’t mastered.

Since Laura Lee noticed an explosion behind her as she was getting baptised in the lake in season 1, Lottie’s visions seem to be foresights. She is adamant that Travis’ brother Javi, who has been missing in the winter wilderness for two months, is still alive.

New episodes of Yellowjackets season 2 air on Fridays on Showtime Anytime, Paramount+, and Showtime, as well as on Sundays.