Its been a very long time when the fantasy romance series titled A Discovery Of Witches premiered on Sky One. It is inspired by the novels from All Souls trilogy by Deborah Harkness. It is penned by Kate Brooke, Charlene James, Tom Farrelly, and Sarah Dollard. It is directed by Juan Carlos Medina, Sarah Walker, and Alice Troughton. The series tells the story of a witch named Diana Bishop who gets Ashmole 782 and then she trying to unlock its mysteries. Then a vampire named Matthew Clairmont helped in her mission.
A Discovery of Witches got positive reviews from the critics for the adaptation, acting, and direction. The good news is we will also get a second season of the fantasy series. The renewal was announced back in 2018 but the new season is taking a lot of time to appear. Now fans want to know what new they will get in the second season. So keep reading for getting all the details:
The first season reveals how magical beings like witches, vampires and more, live with humans. As we know that the series is heavily inspired by All Souls trilogy of Deborah Harkness, so the upcoming season is based on Shadow of Night novel. There is limited information on the story of the second season, but it is confirmed by Sky One that the upcoming season will deeply talked about the love story of Diana and Matthew and their experiences in Elizabethan London.
Some fans were getting worried that maybe the second season of the fantasy series face a delay due to coronavirus outbreak but it will not happen because the filming is already completed back in January 2020. Also, a new cast member of the show named Steven Cree confirmed that the second season will not be impacted by the pandemic.
— Steven Cree (@MrStevenCree) March 29, 2020
A particular release date still not fixed for the second season but it will surely release sometime in this year.
This is the star cast of the second season of the fantasy series: Teresa Palmer, Matthew Goode, Sarah Bishop, Nathaniel Wilson, Emily Mather, Marcus Whitmore Sophie Norman, Steven Cree, Sheila Hancock, Paul Rhys, James Purefoy and Tom Hughes.