The Order has exceeded viewers’ expectations after its second season dropped on Netflix. The supernatural series ended in an ultimately dramatic fashion. As a result, fans were left thirsting for more of the show and wondering what will happen in the third season.
As of press time, Netflix has yet to renew The Order for a third installment. This does not come surprisingly, though, as the show has just dropped the episodes for season 2 on June 19.
Netflix usually takes a month to decide whether or not to renew a series. The streaming platform’s decision relies on the following factors:
Nevertheless, given The Order’s significant worldwide viewership and rating, it would be logical for Netflix to give the green light soon for the show’s season 3.
The Order season 2 focused on the Knights who strived to regain their lost memories. The official synopsis of the installment reads:
“The Knights struggle to regain their memories stolen from them by The Order and they crave retribution. But vengeance is hard to plan when you’re also fighting murderous magicians, strange cults, and life-threatening demons. Does anyone even go to class anymore?”
Alyssa and her fate were one of the main cliffhangers of the season. In the finale, Jack was carrying Alyssa’s body into the woods along with the Vade Maecum.
Hence, in the preceding installment, fans will likely find out whether Jack uses the most powerful incantation to bring Alyssa back to life. If ever Jack succeeds to revive Alyssa, the missing Werewolf hide Alpha could bond with Alyssa. With this at hand, Alyssa might also turn into a werewolf.
Moreover, the season is also expected to feature Vera retrieving her magical abilities from Alyssa. It will also likely unveil whether Lilith returns to hell since she was so intent on returning to the dimension she was just removed from. Doubtlessly, the character’s near demonic presence could bring a lot of trouble next season.
The Order’s showrunner, Dennis Heaton, seems to have a laid out plan for the preceding seasons. Speaking to TV Goodness about The Order’s future, Heaton stated:
“I’d say we’re going straight to Hell. I don’t know if this is season 3 or even 4, but I think some kind of judgment day/day of reckoning will have to happen at some point.”
Moreover, the showrunner has made its intentions clear to delve equally into each of the characters. He further explained:
“It’s always important to me when we do a season of TV that every character gets their own journey and that nobody is simply there to be an extension for another character.”
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