Recently Netflix released the brand new fantasy series titled Cursed. It is also compared with The Witcher and Game of Thrones. It tells the story of a sorceress Nimue, she wanted to find the magical and ancient sword and a young man Arthur helped her. Katherine Langford played the role of Nimue and she also received praise for her performance. The series took inspiration from the books written by
Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler of the identical name.
The series is directed by Zetna Fuentes and formed by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler. Now fans have binged watched the series and now asking for more episodes. So we have come up with all the information on the second season:
Is Cursed Season 2 Happening?
So Netflix has not renewed the fantasy series for a second season. It will be very much early for the streaming giant to revive the series for a new season as the first season just landed on July 17, 2020. Normally Netflix takes some months, analyzes the ratings and viewership, and then orders new episodes. There are higher chances for the renewal of the series for a second season.
The critics have praised the series and audiences are loving it very much. Cursed is on the trending section on Netflix. So we will surely get a second season.
What’s The Potential Release Date?
Cursed season 2 will take a long time but it will surely release in future on Netflix. If it gets the green light then the shooting will begin late due to coronavirus pandemic. Netflix has already stopped production on many upcoming shows for safety reasons. So the production will take time to happen.
If it happens then it will release until 2022, as per the sources. If Netflix declares anything we will inform you.
If a second season happens, then these stars will return for it: Katherine Langford as Nimue, Devon Terrell as Arthur, Daniel Sharman as Weeping Monk/Lancelot, Gustav Skarsgård as Merlin, and Billy Jenkins as Squirrel/Percival.
Unfortunately, no plot details as the series is not renewed for the second season and creators also not revealed anything.