Netflix's 'The Order' Season 3: Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about the fantasy series
‘The Order’ follows a young student at the prestigious Belgrave University, as he navigates a world of magic, torn between a mystical secret society and an organization of noble werewolves
Netflix's popular fantasy series ‘The Order’ follows the adventures of Jack Morton (Jake Manley), a young student at the prestigious Belgrave University, as he navigates a world of magic, torn between the mystical secret society known as the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose and the werewolf organization known as the Knights of Saint Christopher.
Netflix is yet to announce whether 'The Order' will be receiving a Season 3. However, the show has really upped their game with Season 2 so we are expecting an announcement to that effect soon enough.
Here’s everything you need to know about the show:
Netflix is yet to give Season 3 an official release date but we'll be updating this section as soon as the information becomes available. Stay tuned.
By the end of Season 2, Gabrielle Dupres (Louriza Tronco) has become the new champion for Midnight, Vera Stone (Katharine Isabelle) has lost her magic and Alyssa Drake (Sarah Grey) has been murdered. All these things are bound to be important when the show returns for Season 3.
We're also expecting the season to deal with Lilith Bathory (Devery Jacobs) and her transformation into a demon. That's completely new territory for the show and we're excited to see what's in store for Lilith, especially considering she spent most of Season 2 MIA.
All the main cast members of the show are expected to return for Season 3. 'The Order' stars Jake Manley as the lead character Jack Morton, as well as Adam DiMarco as Randall Carpio, Katherine Isabelle as Vera Stone, Thomas Elms as Hamish Duke, Devery Jacobs as Lilith Bathory, Louriza Tronco as Gabrielle Dupres, and Anesha Bailey as Nicole. After Alyssa's surprise death at the end of Season 2, we don't know if Sarah Grey will be returning for the next season but we're hoping that she does come back as well.
Heaton is an award-winning Canadian screenwriter who serves as showrunner for ‘The Order’. His other works include ‘Fido’ (2006), ‘Call Me Fitz’ (2010), and ‘Motive’ (2013). Heaton is also an executive producer on ‘The Order’ and has written a number of episodes.
A trailer for Season 3 is yet to be released. Watch this space for updates.
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