Cursed Season 2 News, release date, cast, spoilers
After having watched 13 reasons WhyKatherine Langford flips old Arthurian legends on her head as sword-wielding Lady of the Lake in Netflix’s Damn, fans were left with a number of questions: For example, would we ever see Nimue again? Is Arthur the king that we know he is, the king that he is inside? Can Pym and the Red Lance have their own spinoff series, if we ask nicely?
But it looks like the title of the series is a self-fulfilling prophecy: Damn was canceled after just one season on Netflix. Hollywood journalist has confirmed that the show, co-created by Thomas Wheeler and comic book legend Frank Miller, was one of five to be deleted by the streaming giant during the week of July 5.
Despite the bitter news, there is reason to speculate that the story could continue. Here is what we know.
Langford feels there are “so many stories” to tell.
Even though Netflix will no longer be directing the Nimue story, Langford seems eager to reprise his role. She told ELLE.com: “I try not to spoil anything, but I feel like this [season] is really just the tip of the iceberg.
She added that she had specific hopes for Nimue in the future: “There is a lot of talk about the sword this season, and I think it would be interesting to see how far Nimue’s powers go and what kind of untapped power she has within her. ”
If the story were to be picked up by another platform or streamer, it seems likely that Langford would remain committed.
Devon Terrell thinks Arthur still has “a very long journey” ahead of him.
Terrell gained attention as Barack Obama in the Netflix movie Barry, and it brings a bit of intriguing depth to “King Once and Future” Arthur in Damn.
He said RadioTimes, “I didn’t want to create a performance that stays on the fence. I wanted to choose a direction, what times I made him vulnerable, what times I made him feel like he was becoming a leader. And this is the start of a very long journey.
Although a sequel to Damn has not been officially announced, the author has hinted at its existence.
Damn co-author of the book Wheeler was also a co-creator of the show and he clearly wants to write a second entry in the series. In the Acknowledgments section of Damn, he added, “I’ve been a fan of Frank Miller forever, and this collaboration has been the most unlikely of the bucket lists… I’m so grateful for her confidence, her wisdom and her idea of allying Sister Iris with an army. child killers (one must for volume two).
It’s not much, but it’s a definitive acknowledgment from the author that the story could go on, even if it’s not on Netflix. With Sister Iris in this spooky golden mask, Nimue taking a trip down the river, and the weeping monk revealing his true identity, well… there is a parcel to unwrap in the final. Maybe a second Wheeler book could finally answer fans’ questions.
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