Last season, "Lethal Weapon" premiered on Fox, which is a television adaptation of the film franchise starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as lead detectives Riggs and Murtaugh. The TV series follows Detective Murtaugh as he tries to maintain a low stress lifestyle after a heart attack when he's suddenly partnered with Martin Riggs, a chaotic and reckless detective grieving the death of his wife (Floriana Lima) and unborn child. The revival stars Damon Wayans as Murtaugh and Clayne Crawford as Riggs.

The series also stars: Keesha Sharp as Trish Murtaugh, Kevin Rahm as Captain Brooks Avery, Johnathan Fernandaz as medical examiner Scorsese, Michelle Mitchenor as Detective Bailey, Jordana Brewster as Dr.

Maureen Cahill, and Chandler Kinney and Dante Brown as Murtaugh and Trish's teenage children, Riana and RJ.

New and old faces set for season 2

Michele Hurd will play the new police chief Nina Santos, who Wayans teases will be someone from Murtaugh's past. In addition, Australian actor Andrew Creed will be recurring as Zach Bowman, a new partner to Detective Bailey who has a string of good fortune that has helped him quickly climb up the ranks. He's described as the poster child that the LAPD need after a few of the disasters caused by Riggs and Murtaugh. Adrian Pasdar will guest star as a con artist grifter which, show-runner Matt Miller vaguely teased, will be connected to a father-daughter story.

Season 2 of "Lethal Weapon" will feature flashbacks that will explore Riggs' origins in Texas, and will include the introduction of his father played by Rex Linn. These flashbacks will serve as a way to explore Riggs' contentious relationship with his father, as well as the circumstances behind his wife's death.

Hilarie Burton will be returning as Karen Palmer, whose budding relationship with Riggs last season was fun and suprising.

Also returning is Thomas Lennon as Leo Getz, a character first introduced in the "Lethal Weapon" films who first appeared in the TV series in the season 1 episode "As Good as it Getz."

Matt Miller gives a few hints for the new season

Show-runner Matt Miller shared that in season 1 Riggs discovers that his wife's death isn't the result of something he's done, but something her father (Danny Moa) has done, along with his connection to a drug cartel in Mexico.

Season 1 ended with Riggs disappearing to Mexico after those responsible for his wife's murder. The last image from the finale is of Murtaugh crossing the border in pursuit of his partner. Miller added that every season of a TV series is like a reboot, and that's how season 2 of "Lethal Weapon" will be treated. Fans will see Riggs and Murtaugh return to Los Angeles, but the factors that bring them back will not have anything to do with the cartel they're pursuing. Miller teased that this season the writers will mess up Murtaugh's life, which will give Riggs a chance to be there for him, though he also adds that Riggs isn't a very good therapist.

"Lethal Weapon" will move from Wednesdays to Tuesdays, starting September 26 on Fox.