Everything You Need to Know About the Carnival Row Season 2 Trailer

It was revealed a few months ago that the second season of Carnival Row would launch on the Amazon Prime streaming service on February 17th, 2023, nearly four years after the first season’s broadcast in August 2019. The above embed now has the season 2 trailer for Carnival Row.

To satisfy fans’ insatiable appetite for information on the highly anticipated second and final season of Carnival Row, the show’s creators have finally published the long-awaited season 2 trailer. The next season of this Amazon Prime Video original series, starring a stellar cast that includes Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, promises to deliver an epic resolution to the battle between humans and Fae that has been growing throughout the show’s storyline.

Check out the trailer below.

Season 2 promises more intense storylines along with some exciting new cast additions such as David Gyasi (Interstellar) who will join returning stars Simon Mc Burney (The Theory of Everything), Indira Varma (Game Of Thrones) and Jared Harris (Chernobyl). Viewers can now mark their calendars for what is sure to be one of television’s most talked about shows when it returns later this February.

Carnival Row has decided to end after its upcoming second season. This is understandable given the time that has passed between seasons, yet it is somewhat disheartening considering the project’s rocky start. This idea was first presented in a 2005 spec script by Travis Beacham titled A Killing on Carnival Row.

The original plan called for Guillermo del Toro to take the helm of the feature picture adaptation of Carnival Row. With the help of Rene Echevarria, Beacham turned the concept into a television series. as well as some shifts behind the scenes. When season 1 reshoots were necessary, Echevarria stepped down as showrunner and was replaced by Marc Guggenheim.

To devote more time to a DC crossover event on the CW, Guggenheim departed the program before the second season began, and he was replaced by Erik Oleson. And somewhere in there, the original idea’s creator, Beacham, quit Carnival Row due to artistic disagreements. It appears that its fate was sealed from the start.