The long-awaited superhero drama Raising Witch will return for a second series on Netflix. Fans were turned down for the first nine episodes, returning in October. The show’s co-producer, Carole Barbee, will re-produce a new season, which will consist of eight episodes.
The series was originally adapted into a short film in 2015 and gained online recognition. This happened just a few years after Netflix ordered the series on its own. Dennis Liu had a substantial part in the production of Raising Dion, directed an episode of The Show, and also served as an executive producer.
The expected release date of season 2:
The second season has been officially confirmed by Netflix, with co-creator and showrunner Carol Barbie back on board for the second episode of the show. Michael B. Jordan will also return as executive producer.
Rising Dion ranked 10th in the launch of 2019’s most popular American Netflix series, so it’s no surprise that they bring him back for the second round. Two renovations announced this season. The production of the film can start somewhere in 2020 according to Netflix. This means that we cannot see a return until at least 2021.
What we can expect in Rising Dion season 2?
As a terrified mother, she tries to take advantage of her uniqueness to protect her from the dark forces.
Both characters will return and are expected to be joined by Dion’s father Mark (Michael B. Jordan) and Charlotte (Deirdre Lovejoy). They are both imprisoned for evil in the first season, but there is a chance that Dion can free them if she masters her powers in the second series.
The cast members of the show:
- Alisha Wainwright as Nicole Reese
- Ja’Siah Young as Dion Warren
- Jazmyn Simon as Kat Neese
- Sammi Haney as Esperanza Jimenez
- Jason Ritter as Pat Rollins,