Jeremy Renner revealed his home from the hospital in a post shared on Twitter on Monday.
Renner, 52, responded to a tweet posted by the “Mayor of Kingstown” Twitter account about the Season 2 premiere.
“Mike and Iris have found calm amidst the chaos. #MayorOfKingstown season 2 premiere is now available on @paramountplus,” the tweet read, along with stills from the show.
“Outside of the brain fog while recovering, I was so excited to watch Episode 201 with my family at home,” Renner replied.
Jeremy Renner misses his “happy place” after suffering severe injuries from a snowfall accident
It’s not clear when Renner was released from the hospital, but the second season of “Mayor of Kingstown” premiered on January 15th. The actor plays Mike McLusky in the thriller.
Representatives for Renner did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Also Monday, the “Avengers” actor showed off the snow-covered look he “lost” while recovering.
“I miss my happy place,” Renner captioned a photo he shared to his Instagram story.
Renner ran over a snowcat on January 1 while trying to haul a camper stuck in the snow at his Nevada home. The actor was seriously injured in a snowfall accident and was airlifted to the hospital, where he underwent surgery.
Renner suffered blunt force trauma to the chest and bone injuries.
“Jeremy is making positive progress and is awake, talking and in good spirits,” Renner’s rep told Fox News Digital at the time. “He remains in the intensive care unit in a critical but stable condition. He has been overwhelmed by your showing of love and support. The family requests your continued thoughts as he heals with his close loved ones.”
Renner provided an update On the journey of recovery on social media. Recently, he showcased his “Intensive Care Spa Moment” with his family.
“ICU Spa a moment to cheer me up. Thank you mama, thank you sister, thank you all, for your love.”
Dr. Robert Glatter, assistant professor of emergency medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, told Fox News Digital that the crash could have been fatal, and while Renner’s recovery is going well, he will likely face a difficult road, extensive rehabilitation, and more. It may be chronic. Pain.
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Glatter told Fox News Digital that Renner’s progress after sustaining serious injuries is “encouraging,” especially considering the crash could easily have been fatal.
“Running over nearly 15,000 pounds of heavy machinery may not only be life-threatening, but potentially fatal,” Glatter said. “The fact that Renner has survived and is making such good progress so far is definitely encouraging.”
The doctor, who treated athletes during the 2016 Rio Olympics, also pondered whether Renner would be able to return to the big screen as an action star.
“Risk of him being in prolonged or chronic pain resulting from all his injuries [such as possible rib fractures, a potential sternal fracture and cardiac contusion] presents ongoing rehabilitation challenges.”
However, his ability to return to acting will be determined by how his rehabilitation progresses.
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Fox News Digital’s Ashley Hume contributed to this report.