Cursed Season 2 Release Date Status, Cast, Plot, Trailer

The popular 2020 Netflix series Cursed is an American fantasy drama starring “13 Reasons Why” famed actress Katherine langford. The series made its debut on Netflix on July 17, 2020. The show is based on the illustrated novel by Frank Miller and Tom wheeler. Ever since the first season premiered fans were demanding a sequel. We have bought for you every detail of Cursed 2.

Cursed Season 2 Plot

Cursed is violent and gritty, says Netflix. It is based on the life of a young girl who is armed with mysterious powers and a legendary sword. The young girl is Nimue (Katherine Langford) who joins forces with charming mercenary Arthur on a mission to save her people.

The premise of the show is set in the 11th century as it is a retelling of the Arthurian legend focused on Nimue, who is destined to become lady of the lake. In the beginning of the show Nimue is seen with the sword of power as she is standing atop a large Rock trying to fight a pack of wolves in the rain. 

In the official poster of Cursed Katherine raises the Blade above her head as its markings glow with magic. The moment is very significant as with her first swing Nimue beheads a wolf and gets the sword stuck in the stone she is standing on. She has to pull it out before he continues to defend herself.

The theme of the origin of the story is that before Arthur King the sword was meant for one true king but used by a queen. 

In Cursed, Nimue is a teenager with powerful and uncontrollable magic. It is because of her power that she grows up as an outcast in the village. As she faces intolerant massacres of her people she sets off on a journey to deliver the sword of power to Merlin, per the wish of her dead mother.

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In season 1, we saw Nimue standing up against the warring human factions as she was trying to help and save her people. The show is 10 episodes long with the characters who were initially introduced under one name were eventually revealed to be characters with much more significant eyes to the Arthurian legend we are talking about.

“Even if we aren’t telling you who these characters are in some ways their destiny is already set. We know what we are aiming towards.” – executive producer Tom Wheeler said.

Who are the cast and characters in the Cursed?

The main character in the show is Nimue, a young Fey woman who is shunned by her village as they believe she is “Cursed”. Nimue is played by Katherine langford.

Devon Terrell plays Arthur, a sellsword who becomes Nimue’s main love interest and begins to regain his family honor in the journey with Nimue.

Other cast members of the show are Gustaf Skarsgard, Daniel Sharman, Sebastian Armesto, Lily Newmark, Peter Mullan, Bella Dayne, Matte Stokoe, and Shalom Brune- Franklin.

What is the release date of Cursed season 2? Is it cancelled?

Netflix announced the production of Cursed in 2018 stating that the first season is coming with 10 episodes. Just after the announcement Katherine Langford was cast as the lead role in the show. The show began filming in January 2019 in the United Kingdom. It is officially created by Frank Miller and Tom wheeler with Alex Boden as the show producer.

Must Check: Cursed Season 2: Release Date, Cast

The show made its debut on Netflix on July 17, 2020. As everyone was expecting season 2 by 2021, we are sorry to disclose the sad news that the show has already been cancelled by Netflix. 

The news was made official by Netflix on July 9, 2021.

Where can we stream the trailer for Cursed 2?

As Netflix has already cancelled the show we are not expecting any good news anytime soon. So there is no trailer for Cursed 2 yet. However, the official trailer for season 1 is streaming on Netflix and on YouTube.

We will get back to you as soon as we get any updates on Cursed 2.

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