What We Know About Season 2 of Blood Of Zeus
He’s far more impressive than he was in the myths of old Greece. This individual posed a significant threat. Becoming a huge swan and assaulting people? Don’t bother. The news exposes me to enough sexism and other icky stuff. I’ve had enough of this.
Blood of Zeus was a top Netflix original despite an absurd amount of Olympian nonsense in Greek mythology. More quickly than Hermes could circle Sparta, it soared into the top 10. The second season was announced in December of 2020, and fans have been waiting ever since. And when can we expect it to be available? To what extent can you predict Season 2? Can I win the gods’ favour with the offering of 10 golden bulls?
When Will the Second Season of Blood of Zeus Be Made Available?
As reported by THR in March of this year, “Blood of Zeus,” which was first dubbed “Gods & Heroes,” was officially confirmed for production. A year and a half passed between its announcement and its release, and Season 2 is now well into its run. The next season was confirmed over two years ago, but there is still no word on when we may expect to see it. Does it have any chance of happening now?
What Happens in the Second Season of Blood of Zeus?
Season 1 established a solid foundation, and season 2 will make full use of that work, as promised by showrunners Charley and Vlas Parlapanides. They mentioned the additional episodes in an interview with Inverse, saying, “Fundamentally, season 1 is about Heron and Seraphim, and their tales continue in season 2.” Our 20-page season 2 blueprint, however, focuses heavily on Zeus, Hades, and Poseidon, as well as the events of the first season that served as setups for what would happen in the second. This reminds us of the time when the brothers established the three worlds.
Fans of Jason O’Mara’s who hoped to see him reprise his role as the god of sky and thunder may rejoice, for things get much better from here. If the series keeps being picked up by Netflix, the Parlapanides brothers said later in the interview, they have a rough outline for a five-season arc. There is a wealth of Greek mythology to draw from, and it’s interesting to consider the possibilities for “Blood of Zeus.”
To What Extent Do We Know What Will Happen in the Second Season of Blood of Zeus?
After being reduced to glorified cameos in the first season, we know that Hades and Poseidon will have more substantial parts in the upcoming second season. There’s a lot of background to draw from, and the authors have made a lot of liberties with the stories — this is hardly “Hesiod’s Theogony” — but we still have a good notion of what to anticipate from season 2.
To begin, Zeus and Hera are no longer present on Mount Olympus. That implies someone will try to fill the resulting power vacuum. Perhaps Hades’s ultimate goal with the Seraphim is to escape his responsibilities as the lord of the underworld and enjoy some time in the sun. Heron’s valour in the fight with the giants makes him a strong candidate to replace Zeus as head of the Olympians, however some of the other characters could object to a demigod rather than a deity being elevated to that position.
A potential turning point in the story, the return of Hera, is also hinted at here. While her strength may be diminished, she is still capable of fighting. It’s possible that when the gods pick a new ruler, Hera might return to her former position. The Greek gods love melodrama, and there are many potential outcomes to their ongoing disputes.