Like the German time-traveling puzzle box Dark from a few years ago, 1899 on Netflix is sure to be quickly consumed by fans of the genre. It’s true that real-life lovers Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar are behind both films, but don’t expect a carbon duplicate. Not even close. In 1899, an international ensemble is thrust into the mystery, science fiction, and horror you’d expect from a show of this kind, all while aboard a passenger ship called the Kerberos. Seasons 2 and 3 of 1899 seem conceivable if the show ends up being even half as popular as Dark. To find out everything you need to know about 1899 before Netflix announces whether or not a second season will be produced, hop on board with Digital Spy.
1899 Season 2 Potential Release Date
Production for Season 1 lasted from May 2021 until November 2021, over six months; a full year passed between then and the premiere in November 2022. If 1899 gets renewed, we should expect season two to premiere in 2024 at the earliest. In fact, that’s assuming the renewal arrives in a timely manner. At this point, 2025 seems like a safer bet.
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1899 Season 2 Cast
Typically, a show’s second season cast would be determined by who made it through the first, but with 1899’s penchant for time travel and convoluted science fiction, even ‘dead’ characters could make a comeback in some way. If you’ve seen the end of the series finale, you’ll understand what we’re talking about.
- Replacing Maura Franklin, played by Emily Beecham
- Featuring Aneurin Barnard as Daniel Solace
- To play the role of Eyk Larsen: Andreas Pietschmann
- A cast that includes Miguel Bernardeau as ngel
- Starring José Pimento as Ramiro
- Cast: Isabella Wei as Ling Yi
- Playing the role of Yuk Je is Gabby Wong.
- Jérôme, played by Yann Gael
- Clémence, played by Mathilde Ollivier
- Lucien, played by Jonas Bloquet
- To name a few: • Rosalie Craig as Virginia
- Maciej Musia as Olek
- Tove, played by Clara Rosager
- Characterized by Lucas Lynggaard Tnnesen as Krester
- Performers: Maria Erwolter as Iben
- Characters played by Alexandre Willaume (Anker) and
- In the role of Sebastian, Tino Mewes
Though we won’t reveal who it is until more of you have done binge-watching the episode, we will say that one more character does appear up near the conclusion; we imagine they’ll go on to play a significant role in season two.
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1899 Season 2 Plot
Until the official renewal of 1899 is announced, plot specifics are limited; however, the trailer’s apparent popularity suggests that there will be significant early-season interest in the show. For comparison, NetflixLife.com noted that although the trailer for 1899 has been viewed over eight million times, the trailers for Young Royals season two and Wednesday have each received over one million and five million views, respectively.
Co-creator Jantje Friese recently revealed to Deadline that 1899 will have numerous seasons if the first one is successful. If what you’ve seen thus far has piqued your interest, then you should continue bingeing. Season two promises some enormous, huge changes, which we won’t get into until more of you have completed the show properly, but if you really can’t wait, here is our breakdown of the conclusion and speculation regarding season two.
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1899 Season 2 Trailer
The second season of 1899 won’t premiere until at least 2024, barring any unforeseen developments. In fact, that’s if the performance will ever be back for another voyage at sea.
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