Carnival Row Season 2 Release Date Status Speculation, Cast, And Plot

Carnival Row Season 2 is something that has hooked everyone to social media. Carnival Row Season 2 fans are eagerly anticipating the release. Below we have mentioned everything we know so far about Carnival Row Season 2.

Amazon Prime Video’s neo-noir fantasy series ‘Carnival Row,’ created by René Echevarria and Travis Beacham, follows Vignette Stonemoss, a fae who flees her war-torn homeland of Anoun for the Republic of Burge. However, Vignette’s efforts to round up a fleet’s worth of refugees to join her in exile fall short. The ship sinks in a winter storm, but Vignette swims to safety as she is washed up on shore. Vignette’s life in Burgue continues as she reunites with her lover Philo, whom she had presumed dead during the war. Travis Beacham’s film script, “A Killing on Carnival Row,” served as inspiration for the show.

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‘Carnival Row,’ which premiered in August 2019 has received praise for its captivating production design and visual effects but criticism for its shallow narrative and mythological foundation. Curiosity has been piqued over what will happen to Vignette and Philo, despite the show’s success in its goal of combining fantasy and political commentary. Here’s everything you need to know about carnival row season 2.

Carnival Row Season 2 Release Date

The entire first season of “Carnival Crow” premiered on Amazon Prime Video on August 30, 2019. There are eight episodes total in the first season, and they range in length from 50 to 67 minutes.

The following is what we know about Season 2. Amazon renewed Carnival Row” for a second season on July 27, 2019, a full month before the first season premiered. Production on Season 2 kicked off in the Czech Republic on November 11, 2019, but was halted in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the pandemic, filming had to be put on hold for a while, but once the quarantine was lifted, the crew resumed filming in order to meet their two-week deadline.

Carnival Row Season 2
Carnival Row Season 2

The production resumed in Prague in May of 2021 to shoot the remaining scenes starring Orlando Bloom (Philo). Production officially wrapped up on September 16, 2021. Since Marc Guggenheim had to devote more time to other projects, Erik Oleson took over as showrunner for season 2 of carnival row. The show’s co-creator, Travis Beacham, has also left over differences in vision. It’s possible that fans will need to be more patient with the series as a result of these alterations and the lengthy post-production schedule. Accordingly, we anticipate season 2 of “Carnival Row” to premiere in the second half of 2022.

Carnival Row Season 2 Cast

The main cast of season 2 of “Carnival Row,” including Cara Delevingne (Vignette Stonemoss), Orlando Bloom (Rycroft Philostrate AKA “Philo”), Tamzin Merchant (Imogen Spurnrose), and David Gyasi, will all be back.  Other cast members, such as Karla Crome (Tourmaline Larou), Simon McBurney (Runyon Millworthy), Andrew Gower (Ezra Spurnrose), Caroline Ford (Sophie Longerbane), and Arty Froushan (Jonah Breakspear), could return for season two as well.

Since both Jared Harris’s Absalom Breakspear and Indira Varma’s Piety Breakspear are killed off in the first season, neither actor will be returning for the second.


Season one ends with a bang as Philo and Vignette face off to solve the murder mystery plaguing Burge. Philo now knows that Piety Breakspear, a believer in the prophecy that Philo will come into great powers, ordered those deaths. The murders that occurred earlier in the season, including the murder of Philo’s mother, were ordered by the envious Piety, who created the Dark Asher monster. Absalom is killed by Piety after he tries to persuade her that Philo won’t become a threat. As soon as Philo learns the truth, he is able to vanquish Dark Asher. On the other hand, Vignette decides to eliminate Piety to restore order in Carnival Row.

Philo finally comes to terms with his fae heritage at the start of Season 2 of “Carnival Row,” at which point he and Vignette officially become a unit. Conflicts and separation between the fae and humans, which could lead to an uprising, will be explored further this season. Former showrunner Marc Guggenheim discussed his plans for season 2 of carnival row in an interview with EW published in August 2019. “The trick for Philo is, it’s not, unfortunately, as simple as him embracing the fact that he’s fae. To the fae, he’s not really fae. He’s a half-blood. So, he basically is a man without a country. You know, he’s not human enough for the humans, but he’s not fae enough for the fae. He kind of exists in this sort of status Twilight Zone. So that’s another thing that he’ll be wrestling with in season 2,” he said.

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