‘Carnival Row Season 2’ Release date, plot, cast- Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne and latest news

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Carnival Row is an American TV series that premiered on Prime Video in 2019. This fantasy-based political drama has received fairly positive reviews from critics and has fans alike.

PLOT

The series is set in a world with mythical characters who have to flee their homeland due to increasing political tension in the city and a rapidly rising immigrant count. These creatures endowed with mysterious mythical powers end up escaping their war-torn city and get entangled with the dark mystery of murders, the maddening oppression of their society, and alarmingly evil ideology.

The setting and visual effects have been cited as a treat for the eyes, and fans have shown immense enthusiasm for the upcoming season.

CAST MEMBERS

Carnival Row stars some of Hollywood’s most well-known artists. Rumors are rife about Katy Perry having been cast for season 2. However, there is no official confirmation as of now. Some of the essential cast members are-

  • Orlando Bloom, as Rycroft Philostrate, he is an inspector given the task of investigating a sinister controversy right in the city.
  • Cara Delevingne as Vignette Stonemoss, Rycroft’s former lover, who believes he died in the war.
  • Simon McBurney as Runyon Millworthy
  • Tamzin Merchant as Imogen Spurnrose
  • David Gyasi as Agreus Astrayon
  • Andrew Gower as Ezra Spurnrose
  • Karla Crome as Tourmaline Larou
  • Arty Froushan as Jonah Breakspear
  • Indira Varma as Piety Breakspear
  • Jared Harris as Absalom Breakspear

RELEASE DATE: SEASON 2

The American fantasy web series was renewed for a second season in July 2019 by Amazon. Originally expected to be dropped in late 2020, the release date has now become uncertain due to the Coronavirus pandemic. With most of its shooting schedule now uncertain and with only four weeks of filming, season 2 is not in a stage to be released right now.

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