The first season of The Order premiered on Netflix in March 2019. Dennis Heaton and Shelley Erikson created the show. Season 2 of the show has been given a green-light. Here’s everything we know about season 2 of the show so far:
Release Date Of Season 2
The streaming giant confirmed on 29 March 2019 about season 2 of the show. There will be 10 episodes in season 2. There is no official announcement of the release date of season 2. The first season was released in March 2019, so we can expect season 2 around spring or summer 2023.
Cast Of Season 2
In February 2023, there is an announcement of some minor cast members of season 2. Olesia Shewchuk will perform the role of a ballet teacher in season 2 of the show.
According to sources, Kyle Stratus will also be in several episodes of season 2of The Order performing a werewolf. Grace Dove will perform the role of Ellie Taylor in season 2 of the show.
Most of the main characters of season 1 will be back in season 2. The returning cast members include Jake Manley as Jack Morton, Adam DiMarco, Sarah Grey as Alyssa Drake, Katharine Isabelle, and Louriza Tronco.
Production Of Season 2
According to sources, the filming of season 2 has been completed. Filming of season 2 took place in Vancouver, Canada.
Leslie Hope, Mathias Herndl, Marita Grabiak, David Von Ancken, and Kristin Lehman have been confirmed as the directors of season 2 of The Order. There is also a new director coming on board for season 2, and that is Mark Chow.
Expected plot Of Season 2
As you understand, the second season covered on a major cliffhanger. Jack’s mind is totally wiped along with all of the werewolves. That was after Jack’s grandfather was murdered by Jack’s father.
According to sources, most of the second season of the show will focus on Vera and how she manages things going ahead.
DiMarco clearly had some teases about what we can assume from the knights going into season 2 saying as ‘I believe having these rogue hides in you and forgetting that you are a Knight means that you are not necessarily in control of your transformations.’