Josh Radnor as Lonny Flash, Jerrika Hinton as Millie Morris, and Logan Lerman as Jonah Heidelbaum in Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2.

(L to R) Josh Radnor as Lonny Flash, Jerrika Hinton as Millie Morris, and Logan Lerman as Jonah Heidelbaum in Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Prime Video. Copyright: Amazon Studios.

Premiering on Prime Video on January 13th is the second season of the popular series ‘Hunters,’ which was created by David Weil.

Set in 1977 New York City, the series follows a group of elite Nazi hunters led by Jonah Heidelbaum (Logan Lerman), who discover that several escaped Nazi officers are conspiring to create a Fourth Reich in the United States.

Season two picks up after the events of season one, where Jonah's mentor Meyer Offerman (Al Pacino) betrayed the team, it was revealed that The Colonel (Lena Olin) is really Eva Braun, and that Hitler is still alive!

In addition to Lerman, Pacino and Olin, the cast also includes Jerrika Hinton, Josh Radnor, Greg Austin, Saul Rubinek, Carol Kane, Tiffany Boone, Louis Ozawa, Kate Mulvany, and Dylan Baker.

Moviefone recently had the pleasure of speaking with Logan Lerman and Josh Radnor about their work on ‘Hunters’ Season 2, reuniting with the cast, putting the team back together, and hunting Hitler.

Logan Lerman as Jonah Heidelbaum on Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2.

Logan Lerman as Jonah Heidelbaum on Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2. Photo Credit: Jason LaVeris/Prime Video. Copyright: Amazon Studios.

You can read the full interview below or click on the video player above to watch our interviews with Lerman, Radnor, Tiffany Boone, Louis Ozawa, and Greg Austin.

Moviefone: To begin with, can you both talk about where we will find your characters when Season 2 begins?

Logan Lerman: Jonah is a very different character at the beginning of this season. He's dealing with the trauma of past events that have changed him, he's burdened with the responsibility of it, and he's also leading a double life. He's trying to be a person, and he's seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

He sees that the end is near and that he can just go back to, hopefully being a person again. Just a regular old guy and having love in his life, being in school, and just living. But then he gets sucked back in and he's having to manage his responsibilities as a hunter with his desire to lead a normal life.

Josh Radnor: Season two does take place two years after season one, but there's also been a couple of years gap between seasons one and two for the viewer. So, in those two years, the hunters went off on a mission to Europe that seemed to have gone disastrously poorly. Lonnie was sober in season one but he's fallen off the wagon. We find him in really not a good spot. His demons have got a hold of him again. He's heartsick over an ill-fated romance with one of the hunters.

It seems like his career is actually going well, which is not always the best thing to happen when someone's in the grip of addiction. So, it's kind of like a recipe for disaster for him. He's starting in a really low place and the hunters have kind of disbanded. They're all over the place. So, once the team gets reassembled and this mission takes place, he's able to pull himself somewhat out of this nosedive. But he starts in a really tough place.

MF: Logan, can you talk about Jonah’s partnership with Millie (Jerrika Hinton) and putting the team back together for this new mission?

LL: Jonah and Millie really spearhead the mission, the movement to execute their mission given in the first episode. A big part of this show is that element of getting the team back together, which has been done in action films and things like that. It's fun playing with that element of this story. At the end of the day, this is an action, entertainment adventure kind of show. Those things are so well executed by David Weil and the creative team that we just got to go in there and have fun with it as actors.

Josh Radnor as Lonny Flash on Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2.

Josh Radnor as Lonny Flash on Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2. Credit: Christopher Saunders. Copyright: Amazon Prime Video.

MF: Josh, as an actor yourself, is it fun playing another actor and having the opportunity to poke fun at your own profession?

JR: It's the best. I'm from Ohio, I'm from the Midwest. We're taught to be very modest. It's also fun to play this kind of mix. He's this great mix of narcissism and insecurity. He's both self-loathing and self-aggrandizing. He is grandiose and he is filled with shame. So, there's all these great kind of tense inner conflicts that he has going on, and it's fun to poke fun at actors.

MF: Finally, what has it been like for both of you to return for season two and reunite with the rest of the cast?

LL: It was great. I love these actors. I love them as people, my teammates, my friends, and my family now. So, getting together with them and getting to play with these characters and their dynamics and relationships, it's just a joy. We had a really good time, all of us.

JR: We had such a good time and we all missed each other. For such a dark show, the themes of it are so dark and what we have to do is so crazy and violent. We just have a great time and we really missed each other. It was great because we also got to go to Prague and shoot for a month. So, it's great when you get a job that you're thrilled to have, but a bonus is, I love everyone I'm working with and they're flying us to Europe to shoot. There are a lot of great things about this season.

Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2 premieres January 13th.

Prime Video's 'Hunters' Season 2 premieres January 13th.