Steampunk, neo-noir, and fantasy social satire from Amazon Prime Video were all the rage in August 2019. However, the fanbase’s eagerness for the second season of Carnival Row is clear. The film was widely praised, despite its unconventional aesthetic and grim implications. Many compared it to Neil Gaiman’s Mortal Engines for inspiration.
It blends a wide range of genres in a way that a less experienced team could not. It’s difficult to meld a tale about mythical fairies and political intrigue with one about serial killers. However, the cast and crew crafted a unique and captivating experience for the viewer. We’re excited to see what they have in store for us in Season 2, especially in light of the cliffhanger that Season 1 left us with.
Everything we know thus far about the second season of Carnival Row!
Carnival Row Season 2 Release Date
It’s safe to say that Amazon Prime subscribers are eagerly awaiting the release of Carnival Row Season 2. There is currently no word from Netflix on the release date of the show’s sophomore season.
It was completed in September 2021, but it doesn’t imply the second season is ready yet. The ongoing epidemic had a direct impact on the construction of Carnival Row in 2020. Season 2 would have been out in the open by now if the delay hadn’t occurred.
Fans, on the other hand, will need to be patient with the release date. Even though filming was completed months ago, there is still a lot of work to be done in post-production because the series is so heavily reliant on special effects. In our best judgment, it will come in Summer 2022, a little more than a year after filming has finished.
As far as whether Amazon will release the entire season at once, or continue to the weekly timetable that worked so successfully for shows like The Boys and Invincible, we don’t know. To keep things running for a longer period of time, the streaming service is expected to proceed with the usual release format.
Carnival Row Season 2 Cast
The following Carnival Row Season 2 cast members are likely to return:
- Orlando Bloom stars as Rycroft Philostrate
- Cara Delevingne stars as Vignette Stonemoss
- Simon McBurney stars as Runyon Millworthy
- David Gyasi stars as Agreus Astrayon
- Tamzin Merchant stars as Imogen Spurnrose
- Andrew Gower stars as Ezra Spurnrose
- Karla Crome stars as Tourmaline Larou
- Arty Froushan stars as Jonah Breakspear
This gruff cop in the neo-Victorian metropolis resents the growing infllux of foreign fairies and pix and will reprise his role as Sergeant Dombey in Season 2 after being promoted to series regular for Season 2 by Deadline on August 27, 2021.
Season 2 will feature Alice Krige, Ariyon Bakare, Maeve Dermody, and Jamie Harris, as well as Jamie Beumont and Waj Ali.
Carnival Row Season 2 Plot
No official narrative for Carnival Row Season 2 has been made public by Amazon, so we don’t know what the central mystery or motivating force will be. As Philo investigates a succession of brutal killings, he uncovers the Darkasher, a monstrous creature fashioned from the remains of the dead.
Vignette killed Piety Breakspear (Indira Varma) because she was trying to find out who her husband’s illicit kid was.
Toward the end of the season, authorities segregate the Fae and other magical beings from “regular” humans, causing the Burgue to devolve into violence.
As a result of this revelation, however, Philo decides to stay with Vignette as a show of solidarity. Isn’t romance alive and well, eh? That means the second season will focus on the Burgue and all of its residents as a result of segregation.
Chancellor Jonah Breakspear’s (Artemas Froushan) racial legislation is likely to be challenged by the Fae. The new showrunner, Erik Oleson, has a neo-noir fantasy lens, so it’ll be intriguing to see how he handles this terrible subject.
For the first five minutes of season 2, “Imogen and Agreus [David Gyasi] get on the ship at the end of season 1—and everything is grand for them—and when things go very badly wrong for them,” Tamzin Merchant revealed to EW. That’s terrible.
Carnival Row Season 2 Trailer
Carnival Row Season 2 has yet to receive a teaser or full trailer from Amazon, although it should happen in the months leading up to the show’s premiere. Once it’s out, we’ll let you know here on Epicstream.com. For the time being, you can check out the Season 1 trailer here:
Where can I watch Carnival Row Season 2?
No other streaming services, such as Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, or Paramount+, will have Carnival Row Season 2. It will only be accessible on Amazon Prime Video. It currently costs $12.99 per month to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video.
Unfortunately, none of the following season’s episodes will be released in a theatre. Season 1 is now available to watch on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.