Lockwood & Co. Season 2: Potential release date and what we know so far

Lockwood & Co Season 2: A comprehensive guide on this supernatural thriller series’ sequel
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A Netflix Original supernatural thriller series, Lockwood & Co is based upon the titular young adult novels written by Jonathan Stroud. Released on January 27, 2023, the anticipation of the fans for its sequel season is exponentially increasing owing to its positive reception and critical acclaim. Produced by Complete Fiction, here’s the official synopsis of Lockwood & Co. for the unversed:

“In London, where the most gifted teenage ghost-hunters venture nightly into perilous combat with deadly spirits, amidst the many corporate, adult-run agencies, one stands alone: independent of any commercial imperative or adult supervision – a tiny startup, run by two teenage boys and a newly arrived, supremely psychically gifted girl, a renegade trio destined to unravel a mystery that will change the course of history: Lockwood & Co.”

That being said, here’s everything you need to know about Lockwood & Co. Season 2 so far.

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Has Netflix renewed Lockwood & Co. for a second season?

Lockwood & Co. : Will we get to see season 2?
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It’s been only a few days since Lockwood & Co. premiered on Netflix. It’s too early for the official streaming platform to renew or cancel the series. As you might probably be knowing that Netflix takes into consideration a litany of determining factors that eventually result in the renewal or cancellation of the series. These include viewership figures, completion rate, number of starters, production cost, and more. We can only know the ultimatum once the show has streamed for over a month on Netflix as then we can have some concrete data to deal with.

It’s also noteworthy that Netflix usually renews a new season within one or two months of the release of the previous season.

If you have an already expanded knowledge pool, then you might be aware of Netflix’s proclivity to canceling the genre shows that dealt with young adults, such as First Kill, Resident Evil, The Imperfects, The Midnight Club and The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself. These shows couldn’t make a cut, and all of them failed to get beyond season 1. The question is if Lockwood & Co. is belonging to the same genre, does that mean we won’t be seeing more of it in the future?

Be that as it may, the supernatural thriller series is harnessing a lot of critical acclaim. Take a look at a few of them below:

  • Rotten Tomatoes: 90% (critics), 94% (audience)
  • IMDb: 7.6/10

Lockwood & Co. Season 2 Potential Release Date

Given that Season 1 just released last month and Season 2 is not yet officially greenlit, it’s too early to ask for a release date. However, if we were to guess, Lockwood & Co. Season 2 might release somewhere in mid to late 2024, if production starts in the next few months. 

What is the overall performance of Lockwood & Co. on Netflix?

Lockwood & Co: Here’s everything you need to know about the new supernatural thriller series
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Based upon the weekly hourly data of the top-performing titles released by Netflix itself, Lockwood & Co is touted to be the sixth biggest title in terms of hours watched, garnering 25.12 hours between January 22nd and January 29th, that is in the first week of its release. When compared with other shows subsumed under the same genre, we can decipher that the supernatural thriller series harnessed a few more hours than The Imperfects, but unfortunately, a lot less than First Kill and Resident Evil.

In addition to this, based upon the CVE( that is taking the hours viewed and dividing the sum by the total length of the show), Lockwood & Co is reckoned to have a stronger start in comparison to two other British series, namely, Heartstopper and Half-Bad. As per What’s on Netflix’s top 10 reports, sadly the show was tottering on the lower end for debuts of English series. As per the raw top 10s released by FlixPatrol, within the first three to four days of the show’s release, the show peaked however it has remained unsuccessful in maintaining that position, possibly owing to the influx of newer titles. Based upon the given data, What’s on Netflix concludes, “The show’s performance does seem to be global, however. It’s doing particularly well in Asian territories such as India and Pakistan.”

What to expect from Lockwood & Co. Season?

Lockwood & Co.: Release Date, Plot, Cast, Teaser, and Everything We Know So Far

*Spoiler alert*

As previously mentioned, the supernatural thriller is based on the five novels written by Jonathan Stroud. The first season which dropped on January 27th is based on the first novel in the series, The Screaming Staircase. Be that as it may, the creators of the show haven’t disclosed how many books will be covered in a single season as of yet. Be that as it may, it logically follows that if Joe Cornish’s series is renewed, the content will be based on the second or the third book of the series. That is, we’d likely see the fictional adaptation of The Hollow Boy and/or The Creeping Shadow, possibly leaving The Empty Grave for a future season.

In conversation with Deadline, Rachael Prior, Big Talk Head of Film and Kenton Allen, Big Talk CEO expressed the “great affinity” they share with the Lockwood books adding how it constitutes “distinct Britishness, innovative world building, vibrantly drawn characters and joyful command of the genre.” Additionally, they added how the TV series will be a “highly original, distinctively authored, ghost-detective show to enthrall audiences of all ages.”

Additionally, Digital Spy contends that the story arc of the second season depends a lot on how exactly Lockwood’s parents died, as the bits and pieces of the mystery are slowly unraveled throughout the course of the season. Season one of the supernatural thriller ended on a cliffhanger as the door to the room, which was locked throughout the season, swung open before the credits of the series started rolling.

Who are the expected cast members of Lockwood & Co. Season 2?

Lockwood & Co.: Release Date, Plot, Cast, Teaser, and Everything We Know So Far

Owing to the lack of confirmation regarding the renewal status of the series, we don’t have a confirmed list of the members. However, we expect the following cast members to reprise their respective roles in the second season:

  • Ruby Stokes as Lucy Carlyle
  • Cameron Chapman as Anthony Lockwood
  • Ali Hadji-Heshmati as George Karim
  • Ivanno Jeremiah as Inspector Barnes
  • Luke Treadaway as The Golden Blade
  • Morven Christie as Penelope Fittes
  • Jack Bandeira as Quill Kipps
  • Ben Crompton as Julius Winkman
  • Hayley Konadu as Flo Bones
  • Rhianna Dorris as Kat Godwin
  • Paddy Holland as Bobby Vernon

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