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Shadow and Bone Season 2 Latest Updates

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The second season of Shadow and Bone will not arrive on Netflix until January 2023. However, there is, in fact, a release date.

We also have some details of what to expect in this second season.

So when is Shadow and Bone Season 2 coming to Netflix?

Netflix has confirmed the release date. Shadow and Bone Season 2 will be coming out on Thursday, March 16th.

Fans will be able to binge-watch this season over the weekend and get that third season to wrap up the story.

We are expecting the third season to be the final one because there are only three books, and they tell the full story of Alina and Mal.

The second season will be covering Siege and Storm- the second book in Leigh Bardugo’s trilogy.

It’s also going to have some parts of the third book, Ruin and Rising as well. Entertainment Weekly also said that some parts of the Six of Crows duology book would also be involved.

The main objective in season 2

-for Alina and Mal is to make her strong enough to tear down the fold altogether. -For the Crows, it’s about getting rid of their problems back home.

The Darkling is still alive, and he will try to get revenge for everything that happened at the end of the first season. And then there’s Genya. It looks like all her deception is coming back to haunt her.

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