Although the Prime Video series Carnival Row wrapped filming for season 2 a long time ago, fans of the show have had to wait over a year to find out how the story unfolds – and they’ll have to wait a little longer. Today, Prime Video finally revealed the release date for the next batch of episodes: they’re coming in early 2023. The bad news is that the streamer has also officially confirmed that the next season of the fantasy series will be its last.
Season 2 of Carnival Row will bring the public together with Philo (Orlando Bloom) as he continues to investigate a series of gruesome murders that have stoked social tensions. thumbnail (Cara Delevigné) and the Black Raven continue to plot revenge for the unjust oppression inflicted by the human rulers of The Burgue, Jonah Breakspear (artsy Froushan) and Sophie Longerbane (carolina Ford). Picking up with storylines from Season 1, Tourmaline (Karla Chromium) is confronted with the supernatural powers she has inherited that threaten her fate and the future of The Row. And social unrest continues to plague Imogen Spurnrose (Tamzin Merchant) and his partner Agreus Astrayon (David Gas) after escaping La Burgue and his vengeful brother Ezra (Andrew Gower). With humans and fae divided and freedom at stake, each hero will face impossible dilemmas and soul-defining tests in the epic conclusion to Carnival Row.
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The end is near
The end of the series had already been the subject of speculation, particularly due to the long hiatus between seasons 1 and 2. After filming wrapped last year, series star Orlando Bloom posted an Instagram video in which he seemed to be bidding his character — and the series — goodbye. His emotional message read:
“Bye bye Philo✌🏻 I love my job. As actors, we take these remarkable journeys with our characters. Falling in love, fighting for our lives, fighting for justice, sometimes saving the day and other times falling flat on our faces. Everything is a mirror of life and the myriad of emotions that we feel at some point or day in the life of these characters… I am always grateful to have the chance to evolve, grow and learn of my characters and all the wonderful people as actors. , we get to interact with along the way. The hard-working crew and all the cast and supporting actors who have stood out in all sorts of conditions to bring some very great cinematic moments to life. His story told. It’s not rocket science, but it’s lightning in a bottle when it works and heartbreaking when it doesn’t… and yet it’s always an opportunity to learn and grow. What a gift.❤️”
Prime Video presents the final season of Carnival Row February 17. All ten episodes are expected to air weekly. You can watch the first trailer and new poster below: