Ahead of their season 2 return, the cast and creators of Netflix’s The Order revealed at their San Diego Comic-Con panel that fans can expect a darker and funnier sophomore season. The series goes back into production next month and will return on Netflix in 2020.
Created/written and executive produced by Dennis Heaton (Motive) and Shelley Eriksen (co-creator of Private Eyes), The Order follows college freshman Jack Morton (Manley) who joins a fabled secret society, The Order, where he is thrust into a world of magic, monsters, and intrigue. As Jack goes deeper, he uncovers dark family secrets and an underground battle between werewolves and the magical dark arts.
During their panel, Heaton and Eriksen had stars Manley, Sarah Grey (Alyssa Drake), Adam DiMarco (Randall Carpio), Katherine Isabelle (Vera Stone), Louriza Tronco (Gabrielle Dupres), Devery Jacobs (Lilith Bathory) and Thomas Elms (Hamish Duke) do a table read of scenes from the upcoming season. In one scene, when Vera confronts disciples about using magic when they aren’t supposed to, a classmate spontaneously combusts. Alyssa suggests a rogue practitioner of the magical arts may be to blame. In another scene, Hamish receives a blue rose, which signals his invitation to join the Order, and Gabrielle questions him about the secret society.
The Order also debuted a season one sizzle reel during the panel.
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