Season 2 of Shadow and Bone is now out, and the showrunner has released a significant production report, stating that the show is ‘in terrific form.’
SHADOW AND BONE premiered on Netflix earlier this year, and fans will be pleased to learn that season two is already in the works.
When the thrilling first season of the Netflix fantasy series launched in April, it was a success with audiences. Shawn Levy, the showrunner and producer of Shadow and Bone, has confirmed that filming will begin soon and that the scripts have been finalized. But, in season two, will the show stick closer to the books?
Shadow and Bone is based on novelist Leigh Bardugo’s two series of books set in the Grishaverse realm, and the series is produced by Eric Heisserer.
The anime was acclaimed for its remarkable world-building and magnificent costumes when it debuted to critical acclaim.
The first season was partially based on the novel Six of Crows, although a new storyline was developed around the Crows.
Shawn Levy, the show’s executive producer, has now released an update on season two.
Season two of the show is poised to begin filming, according to Levy.
The producer also stated that the screenplays are ready in an interview with Collider [via Screen Rant].
“Scripts written, headed into production shortly, in terrific shape,” Levy said in a statement.
He went on to say, “Very much favorable to the people in the universe that we constructed and the Grishaverse that was displayed on screen in Season 1 but building out from there.”
“Eric Heisserer is still the showrunner and creator, and the show is perilously close to going into production.”
Fans will be overjoyed to hear the news, especially given how swiftly production is progressing following the second season renewal.
Season two should be a thrilling journey, with plenty of source material to pull from and a significant cliffhanger from season one.
To avoid spoilers, plot elements are being kept under wraps for the time being.
However, fan speculation has centered on whether season two will stick to the novels, as season one deviated from the original source material.
How will Ben Barnes’ character General Kirigan’s actions effect the show in the future, given that he has a larger role in the series than in the books?
Despite the fact that the character was thought to be dead in the season finale, may he return sooner than fans think?
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