Carnival Row Season 2 Potential Premiere Date: Everything You Need To Know!

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Carnival Row, an Amazon Prime Video fantasy series, turned out to be one of the service’s underappreciated gems. The steampunk TV series, starring Cara Delevingne and Orlando Bloom, premiered in August 2019 with eight episodes, introducing us to a dark Victorian-style dystopian world shattered by war and species division, but based on the ending, it’s clear that its epic tale is far from over. Carnival Row, thankfully, has been renewed for a second season, and fans are eager to learn when they can watch it on Amazon Prime.

Carnival Row Season 2: everything you need to know, including the release date, cast, plot, trailers, and more. Please keep in mind that we will update this article as more information about the new season becomes available from Amazon Prime Video.

Carnival Row Season 2 Release Date and Time

There is no release date set yet for Carnival Row season 2. The shooting was finished in August 2020. There, we’ll keep you informed. Here is more show-related information that fans are keen to know in the interim. Carnival Row is a movie available only through Amazon Prime Video.

On August 29th, 2019, the first season’s eight episodes were released. Amazon renewed Carnival Row for a second season in July 2019. Up before the Covid-19 epidemic halted production in March 2020, Carnival Row season 2 was three weeks away from wrapping up filming.

As previously stated, production started in August 2020. Orlando Bloom, the show’s star, revealed in an interview that the producers opted to broadcast the first five episodes, then reveal the final four at a later time, adding a bonus episode to the series, rather than withholding the complete run.

Carnival Row Season 2 Cast

The bulk of Carnival Row season one’s primary cast members are anticipated to return for the show’s second season.

  • Rycroft Philostrate is portrayed by Orlando Bloom.
  • Vignette Stonemoss is played by Cara Delevingne.
  • Sergeant Dombey is played by Jamie Harris.
  • Runyon Millworthy is played by Simon McBurney.
  • David Gyasi in the role of Agreus Astrayon
  • Imogen Spurnrose is portrayed by Tamzin Merchant.
  • As Ezra Spurnrose, Andrew Gower
  • Tourmaline Larou portrayed by Karla Crome
  • Jonah Breakspear is played by Arty Froushan.
  • Sophie Longerbane is portrayed by Caroline Ford.

As Sergeant Dombey, Jamie Harris has been elevated to a regular position for the upcoming second season. He is a harsh policeman who has a great dislike for the increasing number of faeries moving into the neo-Victorian city.

Due to creative conflicts, the show’s original showrunners Travis Beacham and Marc Guggenheim left their positions and Erik Oleson took over for season 2.

In addition to Jamie Harris, Waj Ali, and James Beaumont, newcomers Alice Krige, Maeve Dermody, and Ariyon Bakare will also join in Season 2.

Carnival Row Season 2 Plot

As was to be expected, we don’t know a lot about Carnival Row Season 2, but there are a lot of clues as to what we think might happen after the season finale.

One of the major conclusions from the Carnival Row Season 1 finale is that the government is developing a new segregation strategy to properly divide magical beings and common humans. In order for them to actually be together, Philo made the decision to flee with Vignette, which will undoubtedly play a significant role in the upcoming season.

Agreus and Imogen’s (David Gyasi and Tamzin Merchant) storyline, who sailed off together to live their lives in a safer place but were required to return, is another one that I’m sure we’ll be revisiting. But they declined. As long as there is political conflict between humans and mythical creatures, these two love stories will undoubtedly be developed.

Where to Watch

Amazon Prime Video is the only place to stream Carnival Row. Before the start of Carnival Row Season 2, you can catch up and delve into the magnificent fantasy universe.


Amazon has yet to release a teaser or full trailer for Carnival Row Season 2, but it should be available a few months before the show’s premiere. We’ll keep you posted here on once it’s available. For the time being, you can watch the first season trailer here:

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