Cursed Season 2: Even though “Cursed” season 1 gained a lot of reputation, yet Netflix cancels the second season of the fantasy show. The first season released last year in the month of July, and this year, in April the producers already dropped hints of the cancellation. But there hasn’t been any particular reason given behind the cancellation. Maybe because of the low TRP of “Cursed”.
Till then, let’s see what happened in season 1 so that we can still enjoy the essence of the show.
The plot of Cursed Season 1:
“Cursed” is a “re-visioning of the Arthurian tale, recounted through the perspective of Nimue, a young protagonist with a strange gift who is predestined to become the mighty (and sad) Lady of the Lake.”
Following her mom’s death, she joins forces with Arthur, a teenage warrior, on a journey to find Merlin and deliver an old sword. Nimue will be an emblem of bravery and resistance against the frightening Red Paladins and their colluding King Uther during her quest.”
“Cursed” is a show of “a coming-of-age narrative whose elements are similar to our own time: the destruction of the natural environment, religious fear, pointless conflict, and having the confidence to lead in the midst of the unattainable” in another post on that site.
The cast of Cursed Season 1:
- Katherine Langford as Nimue.
- Devon Terrell as Arthur.
- Gustaf Skarsgård as Merlin.
- Daniel Sharman as Weeping Monk.
- Sebastian Armesto as King Uther.
- Lily Newmark as Pym.
- Peter Mullan as Father Carden.
- Shalom Brune-Franklin as Sister Igraine.
- Bella Dayne as Red Spear.
- Matt Stokoe as the Green Knight.
Other Details of Cursed:
It was revealed in 2018 that Netflix has awarded the project a series order for the first season of 10 episodes. The program is based on Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler’s book with the same name. Miller and Wheeler were slated to executive produce the drama as well as creating the television version. Zeta Fuentes was confirmed in September 2018 as the director and executive producer for the initial duel episodes of the series.
Netflix canceled the series after one season on July 9, 2021.