Fans enjoyed venturing into different realms, so the second season of Equinox could be in the works for Netflix. On December 30, the Danish thriller was launched on the streaming site, and it follows a lady who is troubled by visions following the abduction of her sister. Express.co.uk has all the details on what fans can expect from Season 2 of Equinox. Because the show is based on a podcast, there’s a potential the second season will stray from the initial concept. Because the teenagers’ disappearance spawned a slew of conspiracy ideas, a second season could delve deeper into some of them. Fans will have to wait and see if Netflix planned for this project to be a limited series or if the watching numbers indicate that a second installment is necessary. Equinox had a six-episode initial season, and it was billed as being in the same style as Netflix’s Dark.
Equinox Season 2 Release Date
Fans would have to wait until the end of 2021, or possibly the beginning of 2022, for fresh episodes if Netflix renews the series for a second season. The coronavirus epidemic has limited what filming can take place, despite the fact that several TV programs have been able to go into production. Netflix will evaluate the first season’s viewership within the first few months of its debut, so fans should have a good idea whether a second season will air in early 2021. The first season captivated viewers as they followed Astrid through her nightmare in an attempt to get the truth about what happened to the kids on that peculiar night. This isn’t your typical whodunnit, as it appears to take place in other universes where anything can happen.
Equinox Season 2 Cast
It’s tough to determine who will reprise their roles now that a second season hasn’t been announced. In the first season, Astrid received a call from an anonymous caller who informed her about what had happened to her sister and the other kids. Season two might possibly focus on the caller and his role in the case. Curcic may always reprise her role as Astrid in a future season that delves more into the sisters’ lives before the events that led to Astrid’s sister’s disappearance. Lars Bergmann played Dennis, Karoline Hamm played Astrid’s sister Ida, Hanne Hedlund played Lene, and Fanny Bornedal played Amelia in season one.
Equinox Season 1 Story
Astrid, a 30-year-old journalist and newly divorced mother of one, is the protagonist of the Danish thriller. When Astrid receives an unexpected and somewhat disturbing phone call, she is unwittingly transported back to her childhood and damaged spirit. Astrid receives a phone call from her past while hosting a late-night phone-in radio program on long-held superstitions and anxieties, forcing her to return to Copenhagen, her hometown. She travels to Copenhagen in order to learn the whole truth about the tragedy that shattered her family when she was nine years old.
Equinox Season 2 Story
Unfortunately, because the series has yet to be renewed, it is too early to predict what will happen in the second installment. The caller reveals to Astrid on her radio show how he knew about the parallel universe and was present when her sister went missing in the first season teaser. Jakob Skipper, who had known Ida before she vanished, answered the phone. He pointed to a book and stated it contained all of the answers to Ida’s disappearance. Season two might revisit the subject from Jakob’s or perhaps Ida’s point of view, as fans will be curious to learn more about what happened from the victims’ perspectives. Fans have already voiced their enthusiasm for the series, with one tweeting, “Just can’t wait, New Year’s is going to be a total thrill trip #Equinox #Netflix.” The series has been regarded as “mysterious” and “intriguing,” and others have compared it to Dark Tower.