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Will There Be a ‘1899’ Season 2? Here’s Everything We Know

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1899 is developed by the creators of Dark on Netflix. Dark was one of the highest-rated international shows available on the platform. Although it’s unclear if their new series involves time travel, it’ll be just as twisty and compelling as Dark. Some might also be wondering about the show’s future. Will this be a limited series, or can we expect more seasons?

Is 1899 season 2 happening on Netflix?

Currently, 1899 season 2 has not been confirmed, so we cannot talk about whether or not the new series will continue. However, that’s nothing to be concerned about because the show has not yet been released, and Netflix will likely analyze the viewing numbers before making any further decisions.

If viewership numbers for 1899 are impressive, the creators will be happy to renew this series for more seasons. During a 2021 interview with Deadline, co-creator Jantje Friese said they are ‘trying to make it a multi-season show, also noting they’ll have to see how well the first season is received.’

Even if some of the most sought-after answers are given in the 1899 finale, a lot more will undoubtedly be presented. Let’s hope for the best for a season 2 renewal, and in the meantime, make sure to watch all eight episodes of 1899 on Netflix this Thursday, November 17th, 2022.

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