Carnival Row Season 2 news has been released and Amazon Prime subscribers can look forward to the new season’s arrival in the coming weeks.
The first season of Carnival Row was released exclusively to Amazon Prime Video in September 2018, where it became an instant success and received positive reviews from critics and viewers alike.
The show was particularly praised for its impressive visual effects which some viewers compared to Game of Thrones’ special effects. When will Carnival Row Season 2 be available on Amazon Prime Video?
Will there be Carnival Row Season 3? Here’s everything we know so far about the show’s future on Prime Video.
The show is set in a Victorian-esque city filled with mythological immigrant creatures. It was shot in Prague, which doubled for the city of Burge.
The interiors of the Carnival Row were shot in a studio in Barrandov, and the exteriors were shot on location in various parts of Prague.
Amazon has not yet announced a release date for the second season of Carnival Row. However, it is expected that the new season will premiere sometime in 2020.
The first and only season was released on August 30th, 2019, and consisted of 8 episodes. There is no word yet as to whether or not there will be the third installment.
In the show’s first season, which took place over 3 years following Ivo’s return from exile in Europe with his companions Reynard and Vignette in tow, he must navigate Victorian society while protecting his friend.
Tthe faerie Princess Prynne (played by Indira Varma)—and hiding her true identity from his mother Queen Victoria (played by Anjelica Huston).
They quickly discover they are surrounded by social unrest as humans struggle against magical beings who refuse to stay within their borders.
Amazon has not yet announced the premiere date for season two of Carnival Row. However, given that season one premiered in August 2019, it’s safe to assume that season two will premiere sometime in 2020.
What we do know is that filming for season two wrapped up in February 2020. So, it’s likely that the new season will be released later this year.
RECAP OF SEASON 1
Amazon’s Carnival Row wrapped up its eight-episode first season last month, and now the streaming service has announced that the show will return for a second season.
The series is set in a Victorian fantasy world filled with mythological immigrant creatures who have been forced to coexist with humans.
The first season followed the story of Rycroft Philostrate (Orlando Bloom), a human detective, and Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne), a faerie who was forced to flee her home.
As the two unlikely partners try to solve a string of murders, they find themselves drawn into a dark conspiracy that could destroy their world.
Prime Video’s upcoming fantasy drama Carnival Row, from Rene Echevarria and Travis Beacham, has been renewed for a second season, following the first half of its 10-episode run later this month.
The series stars Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne as human detective Rycroft Philostrate and selkie/mermaid Liv Berdigan respectively in an alternate world where mythological creatures co-exist with humanity in the city of Carnival Row. Both Bloom and Delevingne are set to return as their characters in Season 2.
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Carnival Row season 2 is expected to resume production in early 2021 and will premiere on Amazon Prime Video later that year. The eight-episode season will be set in the city of Bounty, a haven for criminals and outcasts.
It will follow the adventures of Captain Phasma (Felicity Jones) and her first mate, Harry Strickland (Richard Armitage), as they attempt to find a new home for their crew. The series is created by Travis Beacham and Paul McGuigan and produced by Legendary Television.
It’s been almost a year since the first season of Carnival Row came to an end, and fans are still waiting for news on when the second season will premiere.
The good news is that Amazon has confirmed that the show will be back for a second season, but the bad news is that we don’t know when it will be released.