His “Dark Matter” will return to the second season on November 17. HBO announced that, based on Philip Pullman’s second book “Subtle Knife” in the trilogy of the same name, the second season of “Dark Matter” will be available on HBO and HBO at 9pm EST on November 16th. Premiere. Max is in America. Since most HBO shows are available immediately after airing, daylight saving time in the United States will end in early November, which means that the second season of “Dark Materials” will be on November 17th at 8:30 am EST in Disney + Hotstar, India Broadcast on.
When the second season of his “Dark Matter” will be unveiled in the UK is still uncertain. The show is co-produced by BBC-HBO and will be broadcast on BBC One in the UK on the day before the first season-every Sunday. On the surface, given that November 16th is Monday, this pattern seems to continue into the second season. This indicates that the second season of his “Dark Matter” should premiere on BBC One in the UK on November 15, although there is no official confirmation yet.
The Comic-Con @ Home trailer for the second season of his “Dark Matter” shows that Lord Rice Ariel (James McAvoy) moves Lyra Belacqua / Lyra Silvertongue (Dafne Keen) into a new world. There, she met Will Parry (Amir Wilson) in Cittàgazze, who revealed that he came from a different world like Lyra. In order to achieve their goals, they must fight constant obstacles and hard wars: reunite Will with his father.
The “knife” mentioned in the title “The Subtle Knife” also appeared in his second season trailer of “Dark Matter”. It was performed by John Parry/Stanislaus Grumman (Andrew Scott). The author said that he could “cut” between the worlds.” The new characters in season 2 include Dr. Mary Malone (Simone Kirby from Peaky Blinders), who studies dark matter at Oxford University, and Ruta Skadi, the Witch Queen (Jade Anouka from Turn Up Charlie) And the knife bearer Giacomo Paradisi (“Terence Stamp”) lives in the Torre de Angeli (Tower of Angels) in Cittàgazze.
The executive producer of the dark banner, Jane Tranter, told “Deadline” through the banner Bad Wolf that writer Jack Thorne and Co. has started working on his dark material season 3. Work, although the BBC and HBO have not officially renewed the show. Trant also stated that the team is interested in dividing the “huge, huge” third and final book “Amber Telescope” into two seasons. If the studio agrees, that would mean a total of four seasons.
The second season of his “Dark Matter” will premiere on BBC One in the UK on November 15th, on HBO and HBO Max in the United States on November 16th, and on Disney + Hotstar in India on November 17th .