1899 Season 2: Release date, Cast, Plot, and everything you need to know!

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The minds of Dark, Jantje Friese, and Baran bo Odar, have created a new, mind-bending Netflix series called 1899. The TV show, which is set in 1899 (editor’s note: who’d have guessed it? ), follows the steamer Kerberos as it travels from London to New York City’s glittering lights.

However, before the Kerberos can reach its destination, passengers on board discover a seemingly abandoned ship drifting at sea. The crew and passengers are caught in a scary mystery as they strive to figure out what happened to this yacht. 1899 debuted to rousing acclaim and concludes with some astounding revelations.

1899 Season 2 Plot

The story of 1899 season 2 will probably begin in the year 2099, on board the space station Prometheus, where the first season left off. When Maria awoke from suspended animation, Ciaran sent her a message informing her that she was now in the real world.

Many of the other survivors are gathered around her and they all seem to be drifting off into a deep sleep as they move over the sky. No further background is provided, but if it does, season 2 is there to cover it.

Dark suggests that timelines will begin to split up and that there will be many layers to keep track of. Bo Odar has stated that 1899 “gets difficult,” so whatever happens next should be appropriately crazy.

1899 Season 2 cast

For season 2, we can anticipate the entire cast of 1899, led by Emily Beecham as Laura. It makes sense that 1899 would use the same strategy as Dark, which featured a consistent cast for all three seasons and let viewers to follow these individuals as they experienced the amazing narrative.

1899 season 2 cast speculation:

  • Emily Beecham as Laura
  • Aneurin Barnard as Daniel Solace
  • Andreas Pietschmann as Eyk Larsen
  • Yann Gael as Jérôme
  • Isabella Wei as Ling Yi
  • José Pimentão as Ramiro
  • Maciej Musiał as Olek
  • Flynn Edwards as Elliot

1899 season 2 Release date

We don’t sure when 1899 season 2 will be released because Netflix hasn’t yet approved it. However, don’t give up just yet; Netflix has been known to hold off on approving more of its most well-liked series for a few weeks (or even months).

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