Marvel has set a release date and dropped a teaser trailer for “Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail.” Stitcher confirmed the second season premiere date for Season 2 of the iHeartRadio Award-winning original podcast series today, telling fans to look for a new episode on March 25th.

The 10-episode second season will air weekly, exclusively on Stitcher Premium, and will be released widely across all podcast platforms later in the year.

The first season, called “Marvel’s Wolverine: The Long Night,” was an instant hit on Stitcher and with Marvel fans. If you enjoyed the first season you should be happy to know that Richard Armitage (“The Hobbit”) will reprise his role as Logan in the new season.

If you need to catch up, you can find the first season right here on iTunes and Stitcher. The first season also includes 10 episodes.

“Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail” is an epic quest that takes place in the Louisiana bayou. Following the events of “Marvel’s Wolverine: The Long Night,” Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that his ex-lover, Maureen is nowhere to be found. She’s not the only person missing, dozens of humans and mutants have also disappeared, including the mother of a teenage boy named Marcus Baptiste. With Weapon X in close pursuit, Logan and Marcus must team up and follow a trail of clues that leads them deep into the gothic heart of the bayou, where they encounter biker gangs, Cajun thieves and a world of wonders. It is here that they find Greenhaven — a refuge run by a powerful mutant named Jason Wyngarde.

The show’s cast includes Bill Irwin (“Legion”) as Jason Wyngarde, Bill Heck (“The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”) as Remy LeBeau, Blair Brown (“Orange is the New Black”) as Bonnie Roach, Rachael Holmes (“Mad Dogs”) as Maureen, and newcomer Rodney Henry as Marcus.

Award-winning comic book author Ben Percy (“The Dark Net,” “Red Moon”), director Brendan Baker (“Wolverine: The Long Night”), and associate director Chloe Prasinos (“Wolverine: The Long Night”) will return for the series, produced by Daniel Fink and Chloe Wilson of Marvel and Jenny Radelet Mast of Stitcher.