“Carnival Row” has just finished two seasons on Amazon, and the streamer plans to launch a new, final installment of the fantasy drama in early 2023.
Season 2 of the series will begin on February 17th, with new episodes dropping every week thereafter. A season will consist of his 10 episodes. The first season of “Carnival Row’s” aired on Amazon in August 2019. It was renewed for a second season in his July of that year, ahead of the series premiere. Although Amazon does not publish any viewing data for the show, it received mixed reviews from critics upon its launch. The first season holds a 57% critical approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
in his review variety, Daniel Daddario wrote: This is painful proof that genre success cannot be reverse engineered. ”
The series’ abrupt end marks the end of the project’s long journey to the screen. The series is based on Travis Beecham’s original feature screenplay Murder on Carnival Row, which first appeared on Black on His List in 2005. Initially he was developed as a series on Amazon around early 2015, and Amazon ordered his serialization in 2015. 2017. Production on Season 2 began shortly after Season 1 debuted, but was forced to halt due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.Production didn’t officially end with the second season Until September 2021.
According to season two’s official description, it “takes on Rycroft Philostrate aka Philo (Orlando Bloom), a former inspector who investigates a series of gruesome murders fueling social tensions. Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) ) and Black Raven plot revenge for the unjust oppression inflicted by Berg’s human leaders Jonah Breakspeare (Artie Froshan) and Sophie Longerbain (Caroline Ford). Kara Chrom) inherits supernatural powers that threaten her destiny and the future of The Row, and after escaping from The Burg and her vengeful brother Ezra (Andrew Gower), Imogen Spahnrose (Tamzin Merchant) and her partner Agreus Astreion (David Gyasi) encounter a radical new society that turns their plans upside down.”
Beecham is executive producing ‘Carnival Row’ alongside Bloom, Delevingne, showrunners Erok Oleson, Brad Van Aragon, Sarah Bird, Jim Dunn, Sam Ernst and Wesley Strick. . The series is co-produced by Amazon Studios and Legendary Television.