His Dark Materials Season 2, His Dark Materials is based on the novels of Philip Pullman. The renewal of a second season was announced even before the release of season 1. The upcoming season will have a total of 7 episodes. Earlier there would have been 8 episodes but due to the pandemic, an episode was eliminated. It is written by Jack Thorne and composed by Lorne Balfe. It’s produced by the bad wolf, new line productions, and scholastic.
The Cast of His dark materials season 2
The cast will hopefully remain the same as we had in season 1.
Dafne Keen as Lyra Belacqua
Ruth Wilson as Marisa Coulter
Clarke Peters as The Master
James Cosmo as Farder Coram
Ariyon Bakare as Lord Boreal
James McAvoy as Lord Asriel
Lin-Manuel Miranda as Lee Scoresby
Andrew Scott will as Colonel John Parry, the vagabond father of Will Parry.
The Trailer of His Dark Materials season 2
A trailer has been released in Comicon @home
It showed us a glimpse of Lyra and Will meeting in another world called Cittàgazze and introduces new characters Mary Malone, Ruta Skadi, and John Parry.
Ever since the trailer released, the viewers are going crazy and the response is overwhelming.
The Plot of His Dark Materials season 2
The upcoming season is inspired through the second book named ‘a subtle knife’ of the series by Philip Pullman. It’ll take us to the period of Lyra searching for her father in the world of dust.
During the Comicon, the screenwriter of the series, Jack Thorne was quoted saying, “I think this series is all about trust.
“I think what Philip’s written in the Subtle Knife is a beautiful poem about trust, about the way that characters have to learn to trust again.
“Will’s come from a situation where he’s not been able to trust anything, his life has taught him to trust nothing.
“And Lyra has learned through series one that she can’t trust anything.”
Release date of season 2
Well, no confirmed date has been announced by BBC and HBO. However, the series is assumed to release in 2020 only. The executive producer of the series, Jane Tranter informed in the Comicon that pandemic won’t delay the season.
As we know that the coronavirus Covid-19 has put a halt on shooting all over the globe. It’s quite believing that we’ll still get season 2 this year.