Carnival Row returns to Prime Video in February for second (and final) season

Prime Video has debuted first-look images from the second and final season of the fantasy-drama Carnival Row. The highly anticipated series, delayed from release by the pandemic, from Amazon Studios and Legendary Television, and starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, will return 17th February 2023 exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories around the world.

Tamzin Merchant (Imogen), David Gyasi (Agreus) in a scene from the second season of “Carnival Row”. Courtesy of Prime Video
Tamzin Merchant (Imogen), David Gyasi (Agreus) in a scene from the second season of “Carnival Row”. Courtesy of Prime Video

In a fantasy world where humans and creatures clash, Season Two of Carnival Row picks up with former inspector Rycroft Philostrate aka Philo (Orlando Bloom) investigating a series of gruesome murders stoking social tension. Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) and the Black Raven plot payback for the unjust oppression inflicted by The Burgue’s human leaders, Jonah Breakspear (Arty Froushan) and Sophie Longerbane (Caroline Ford). Tourmaline Larou (Karla Crome) inherits supernatural powers that threaten her fate and the future of The Row. And, after escaping The Burgue and her vengeful brother Ezra (Andrew Gower), Imogen Spurnrose (Tamzin Merchant) and her partner Agreus Astrayon (David Gyasi) encounter a radical new society which upends their plans.

With humans and fae folk divided and freedom on the line, each hero will face impossible dilemmas and soul-defining tests in the epic conclusion of Carnival Row, which, sadly for fans, will not continue after this series.

Carnival Row is a co-production of Amazon Studios and Legendary Television. The series is executive produced by showrunner Erik Oleson (Marvel’s Daredevil, The Man in the High Castle), Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Brad Van Arragon (Yellowjackets), Sarah Byrd (The Alienist, Strange Angel), Jim Dunn (Marvel’s Daredevil, Haven), Sam Ernst (Marvel’s Daredevil, Haven), Wesley Strick (The Man in the High Castle), and Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans). Beacham’s A Killing on Carnival Row, on which the project is based, appeared on the very first installment of The Black List in 2005. 

• Carnival Row and Prime Video Social Handles: Official Hashtag: #CarnivalRow | Instagram: @PrimeVideo / @CarnivalRow | Twitter: @PrimeVideo@CarnivalRow | Facebook: @PrimeVideo@CarnivalRow

• Legendary TV Social Handles: Instagram: @legendary | Twitter: @legendary Facebook: @legendary

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