“His Dark Materials”, fantasy series of BBC One and HBO, is based on the novels of the same name by Philip Pullman and follows Lyra, a young woman common but brave otherworldly.
Story of Season 2 “HIS DARK MATERIALS”?
Considering that the first season of ” His Dark Materials ” focuses on the events of ‘Northern Lights’, the first book in the trilogy, the second probably adapts Pullman’s next book in the original trilogy, ‘ The Sutil Knife ‘.
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In the second book, Lyra and Will meet in another world, specifically in a place called Citagazze. There they discover a world without adults or demons, which also keeps a mysterious knife in the Tower of Angels.
As the children begin to trust each other, the story moves between Will’s world and others, like the world of Lyra, where Lee Scoresby (Lin-Manuel Miranda) searches for Grumman.
Eventually, Will Parry will join Lyra at Cittàgazze and set everything up for a third season.
Actors and characters
Because the second season of ” His Dark Materials ” will continue directly to where the first one left off, most of the original cast is sure to return for the next chapters.
“ Fleabag ” star Andrew Scott will join the HBO show in his next installment as Colonel John Parry, the globetrotting father of Will Parry (Amir Wilson), a boy who will have more prominence.
The cast member who is unlikely to return is Lewin Lloyd, as his character Roger Parslow died in the previous season.
Dafne Keen as Lyra Belacqua
Ruth Wilson as Marisa Coulter
James McAvoy as Lord Asriel
Clarke Peters as Dr. Carne
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Lee Scoresby
Ariyon Bakare as Lord Boreal
Direction: Tom Hooper, Dawn Shadforth, Otto Bathurst
Script: Jack Thorne
Executive production: Toby Emmerich, Deborah Forte, Julie Gardner, Philip Pullman, Jane Tranter, Piers Wenger
When will HIS DARK MATERIALS SEASON 2 be released?
The second season of “His Dark Materials ” does not yet have a release date, but considering that the new episodes are already filmed, they will most likely arrive on HBO and BBC One in late 2020.