Season 1 follows Tiuri (Amir Wilson), a teenage Dagonaut trained to become a knight. During a challenge, he comes face to face with a dead man who asks him to send an essential message to King Favian (Yorick van Wageningen) — describing the Soon-to-be Prince Viridian traitorous act (Gijs Blom).
The six episodes of Season 1 of The Letter for the King discusses Tiuri’s bond with his young peers, including Lavinia from the Mistrinaut (Ruby Ashbourne Serkis). Together they seek to explain the bigger picture in the first season of The Letter for the King, primarily a prophecy of the blood moon.
Netflix has not ordered The Letter for the King season 2 yet. Unless the subscription service adheres to the normal renewal/cancelation plan, an official decision is announced around three to six weeks after the date of publication of 20 March 2020.
Critics haven’t liked The Letter for the King for Season 1, but the fantasy could popularize the show among Netflix subscribers. Expect a decision in April 2020 to be made.
Expected Release Date:
If Netflix greenlights The Letter for the King Season 2, production for six new episodes could potentially start later this year. If major planning problems do not occur, a second iteration will likely be released in 2021.
Nonetheless, considering the production size, Netflix will need a little longer than average. The Letter for the King could be first only in the latter half of 2021, if not early in 2022.
Except for a few, nearly every prominent cast member from the first season will reappear in season 2. Here they are:
- Amir Wilson as Tiuri
- Ruby Ashbourne Serkis as Princess Lavinia
- Gijis Blom as Unauwen Prince Viridian
- Nathanael Saleh as Piak
- Thaddea Graham as Iona
- Islam Bouakkaz as Arman
- Jack Barton as Foldo
- Jonah Lees as Jussipo
Expected Plot Details:
The final moments of Season 1 of The Letter for the King reveal that a flock of birds formed a peculiar structure, which seems to be nothing other than the mystery that is Prince Viridian. The Letter for the King season 2 may, therefore, look to remain faithful to the original franchise source material as Tonke Dragt revealed The Secrets of the Wild Wood not long after the 1962 publication of Debrief Voor de Koning.