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Cursed Season 2: Sequel Details To Follow

13 Reasons Why fame Katherine Langford has not done many projects yet, but still, she is getting well gelled with industry. Her recent performance in Cursed was pretty appreciated by the audience. Cursed revolves around a girl who wants to complete her quest to return a sword to a magician, and throughout her journey, there were twists and turns, and she felt what love is.

Now the sequel season is imminent as the initial season ended with a cliffhanger, and fans are counting on the sequel season. We got you covered with every possible information about the sequel of Netflix’s Medieval.

Renewal Status

It’s too early to conclude about the renewal status of the show as it just landed this month, and renewals are time taking process. Storylines are not the only factor that decides the fate of the show. So currently, there is no advanced confirmation by Netflix for the sequel season. Meanwhile, the storyline clearly signifies for its renewal, and it would happen for sure as fame of Katherine Langford won’t let the showdown and will live up to the expectations.

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Expected Release Date

When there is no official confirmation for the renewal, then it’s difficult to predict the release date of the show. But if we are taking the annual schedule into consideration, then the show will likely return with two or three months delay as the Covid-19 pandemic eventually delays the production phases, and it directly affects the release date of the show. So the sequel season could arrive in September 2023 or later.


  • Katherine Langford As Nimue

  • Devon Terrell as Arthur

  • Gustav Skarsgård as Merlin

  • Daniel Sharman as Weeping Monk/Lancelot

  • Billy Jenkins as Squirrel/Percival

  • Sebastian Armesto as King Uther

  • Lily Newmark as Pym

  • Peter Mullan as Father Carden (Doubtful)

  • Shalom Brune-Franklin as Igraine / Morgana

  • Bella Dayne as Red Spear / Guinevere

  • Matt Stokoe as Green Knight / Gawain (Doubtful)

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Kane Dane

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