Netflix’s The Order renewed for season 2


Good news for fans of all things magical and mystical — Netflix’s horror drama The Order has been renewed for season 2.

Netflix released a video announcing The Order‘s second season pick up, reports Deadline. The new season will consist of 10 episodes, and Jake Manley and Sarah Grey are set to return to their roles as Jack Morten and Alyssa Drake. Additional casting has yet to be announced.

Season 2 will be filmed in Vancouver this summer with an eye towards a 2020 release date.

Check out the announcement below:

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Created, written, and executive produced by Dennis Heaton (Ghost Wars) and Shelley Eriksen (Republic of Doyle), The Order focuses on Manley’s Jack as he starts his freshman year at college. There, he joins a mysterious secret society called — you guessed it! — The Order or its full name, The Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. Through series, Jack learns about magic and monsters and discovers a fight between werewolves and the dark arts in the process. Grey’s Alyssa is another member of the Order and Jack’s love interest.

The Order‘s combination of coming of age and magic evokes many other series like The Magicians and the latest entry in The Vampire Diaries‘ universe, Legacies. It also continues Netflix’s venture into all things horror and supernatural. Not only did Netflix recently renew The Haunting anthology series for a second season, to be titled The Haunting of Bly Manor, but shows like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Stranger Things will be releasing new episodes in the coming months.

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While The Order didn’t provoke a cultural conversation the way Stranger Things did, the series’ swift renewal indicates that it did well for Netflix. Netflix doesn’t release viewer data, but the series hit the streamer on March 7, just 21 days before the season 2 announcement.

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