A Discovery Of Witches Season 2 confirmed! Expected plot, Release date, cast and more!


    A Discovery Of Witches is a British television series. The series is an adaptation of Deborah Harkness’s All Souls trilogy.

    Season 1 aired in the UK on 14 September 2018. Although the first season consisted of just eight episodes, its grip on the audience was stronger than 16 or 20+ episodes of other series’.

    The storyline features a historian/witch’s discovery, which forces her to dive back into the magical realm. There she joins forces with a vampire to protect the book and solve the hidden mysteries.

    Meanwhile, we have good news! Sky One renewed the show for a second and third season!

    Enough jibber-jabber now! We need details! So let us dive in!

    A Discovery Of Witches Season 2 Release Date

    The showrunners have not made any official announcement about the air date for season 2. However, The showrunners did confirm that season 2 will go live in 2020. The delay in the announcement related to the show’s air date is because of the virus.

    We’ll make sure to update when the release date is announced!

    A Discovery Of Witches Season 2 Plot

    The show is based on Deborah Harkness’s All Souls trilogy. Hence, Season 1 is an adaptation of book 1 of the trilogy of the same name.

    Therefore, season 2 will bring book 2 to life. However, unlike season 1, season 2 won’t be a true copy of the book 2: Shadow Of Night. But will consist of twists and turns from the book.

    A Discovery Of Witches Season 2 Cast

    The main cast of the show include:

    • Teresa Palmer as Diana Bishop
    • Matthew Goode as Matthew Clairmont
    • Edward Bluemel as Marcus Whitmore
    • Louise Brealey as Gillian Chamberlain
    • Malin Buska as Satu Järvinen
    • Aiysha Hart as Miriam Shephard
    • Owen Teale as Peter Knox
    • Alex Kingston as Sarah Bishop
    • Valarie Pettiford as Emily Mather
    • Trevor Eve as Gerbert d’Aurillac
    • Lindsay Duncan as Ysabeau de Clermont

    In addition, The show includes many recurring characters.

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