A fantasy drama television series, His Dark Materials was originally released on 3rd of November, 2019 with a total of 8 episodes by the production companies, Bad Wolf and New Line Productions. The premise of the series has been adapted from the novel trilogy, bearing the same name, which is penned by Philip Pullman. His Dark Materials is available for streaming on BBC One and HBO.
HBO’s His Dark Materials belongs to the fantasy genre and as the fans have reviewed, the show needs to up its visual and stylistic approach in which the plot proceeds in order to engage the audience. The adaptation is still fascinating and it follows the trajectory of Lyra, a brave young woman who goes on a quest to find her missing friend and is introduced to a mysterious phenomenon known as Dust.
As the series is being updated for a second season, everything you need to know about His Dark Materials season 2 is included in this article. Keep reading.
His Dark Materials season 2: Cast
In the second season of His Dark Materials, we expect the ensemble cast from the first season to reprise their roles. We will get to see Dafne Keen in the role of Lyra Belacqua, Ruth Wilson will be seen as Marisa Coulter, Clarke Peters will play The Master, James Cosmo as Farder Coram, Ariyon Bakare will be seen as Lord Boreal, James McAvoy will play Lord Asriel and Lin-Manuel Miranda will be seen as Lee Scoresby.
His Dark Materials season 2: Release Date
We have good news for you. The second season of His Dark Materials was already shot back to back in tandem with the first season. The filming was carried out in late 2019 and in the early months of 2020 and a significant portion of the series has been shot before the production was halted.
We may get to see the series in late 2020 or early 2021. But the official confirmation is still awaited.
His Dark Materials season 2: Plot
We expect Will to join Lyra in Cittàgazze in season 2. Baruch had died in the finale of the first season on his way to Lord Asriel. The narrative of the second season will follow the second book of Pullman’s trilogy.