La Révolution Season 1 was released on Netflix pretty recently and it really got people talking, which is why people are wondering when La Révolution Season 2 release date would be? The first season ended on a huge cliffhanger, and it seems like people are really looking forward to watching the next season.
If you haven’t watched until the end of the show, then maybe stop reading this article because I will be delving into spoiler territory. Right, you’ve been warned. And, I will be warning you a second time, just in case.
La Révolution Season 1 ended with Elise de Montargis (played by Marilou Aussilloux) being told she’s actually a twin and her sister seems to be patient zero as far as this ‘blue blood’ disease is concerned. Elise is taken to see her sister, and when she does, she sees her tied to a cross, and her blood is being drained from her wrists into buckets below.
This means that the aristocracy, led by King Louis XVI, are turning themselves into these crazed zombie-like killers deliberately by using Elise’s sister’s blood. They basically become immortal and just want to murder poor people.
La Révolution Season 2: when will Season 2’s release date be?
It’s a pretty interesting premise for this show which really took France and much of the rest of the Netflix-watching world by storm. That said, people that love historical shows remaining as accurate as possible will not like this show.
On a personal note, I thought it was genuinely thrilling. I also loved the cliffhanger ending and I really want to see more of it. This is why I’m desperate to know when La Révolution Season 2’s release date will be.
It really is difficult to pinpoint when Season 2’s release date will be and that’s mainly down to the fact that we’re in the midst of a global pandemic. Thanks, COVID-19. That said, Netflix will want to get production on La Révolution Season 2 underway as soon as possible.
Netflix really does like having shows on their platform that are not in the English language, and they’re always especially keen to get multiple seasons made of these shows made when they’re popular. La Révolution was in Netflix’s top five in France, the UK and even the US. So, it’s pretty popular.
There’s also a lot of story left since we only briefly met Louis XVI towards the end of the series, and we didn’t even get to see his face. There’s also the whole twin sisters story arc that needs to be wrapped up.
La Révolution’s first season was a hit on Netflix
The main issue with getting La Révolution Season 2 underway is that we’re still in the middle of a pandemic. There’s also the fact that France is now in lockdown which will just put delays on everything, including filming new seasons of hit shows.
I would say that La Révolution has better jump scares in it than The Haunting Of Bly Manor, which is oddly void of any real jump scares. There’s also the fact that this show has some French actors in it who are pretty good at their craft.
It also helps that many of them are not bad to look at. The series stars Amir El Kacem, Marilou Aussilloux, Doudou Masta, Lionel Erdogan, Julien Frison, Coline Béal and Gaia Weiss.
Weiss in the most famous name of the bunch having previously appeared in the hit show Vikings. She plays Marrianne in La Révolution and she’s just brilliant here. I also think that Aussilloux, Masta, Erdogan and El Kacem are also perfectly cast and I hope to see them all in more stuff after this.
La Révolution Season 2’s release date could be sooner than expected
I would love to see La Révolution Season 2 happen. However, we might have to wait for quite some time now. Hopefully, Netflix will see how popular the show is already and get the ball rolling on Season 2.
There are also tons of unanswered questions. To be honest, the first season of the show didn’t really offer up anything in the form of answers. That said, we kind of know how this story will end given the fact that this is a ‘retelling’ of the French Revolution (duh).
That said, the show’s writers can take the story wherever they want. The Aristocrats could even end up quashing the Revolution! That would be rather fun if you ask me.
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