Netflix does not give up on the search for an iconic fantasy series: now one of its biggest hits in the genre returns

The shadow of ‘Game of Thrones’ is so long that neither HBO’s competitors nor Warner’s own chain give up in the search for successors at its height. Added to ‘The House of the Dragon’ is the prequel to ‘The Lord of the Rings’ on Prime Video and, on Netflix, multiple bets of the most adventurous fantasy genre, such as ‘The Witcher’ or the most youthful one.bone and shadow‘, whose second season you can see now.

The one known as Grishaverso is one of the fantasy literary sagas young adults best known today. The first season introduced us to this magical world in which A young woman who has just discovered that she has powers tries to save her land from a powerful evil force.. The first season ended with a temporary victory over those evil forces, but of course, the villains return with renewed energy. It took us two years to have this second season, but we already have it available.

This new batch of eight chapters is based on the second book in the Leigh Bardugo saga, ‘Siege and Storm’ -and with elements from the third, ‘Ruin and Rise’-. Thus continues one of the great successes of the platform (gossips say that it is above even the much more ostentatious and millionaire ‘The Witcher’). According to Netflix, 55 million accounts watched the first season in its first month.

Regardless of what fans of the books think, who miss many details of the original narrative, the truth is that Netflix has reason to trust ‘Bone and Shadow’, now that ‘Warrior Nun’ has been canceled and ‘The Witcher’ has to face a possible insurmountable obstacle with the departure of Henry Cavill. Will this series become a standard bearer of fantasy for the platform?

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