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Sisi Season 2: Plot | Cast | Release Date | Trailer And Much More!

Sisi (Italian: Sissi) is a 2009 Austrian-Italian-German miniseries directed by Xaver Schwarzenberger and starring Cristiana Capotondi in the title role.

Sunset, Publispei, RAI, and EosTV produced it on a budget of approximately 11 million euros.

It depicts Empress Elisabeth of Austria’s real-life events.

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Sisi Season 2: Release Date

The second season of “Sisi” will premiere on RTL+ in the stream on December 16, 2022. The six new episodes will be released all at once as part of the process.

In the meantime, the free TV channel Vox will re-air the first season on December 16, 2022, beginning at 8:15 p.m.

The second season will also be released on television. Between the holidays, on December 27 and 28, three episodes will air on RTL at 8:15 p.m.

Sisi Season 2

Sisi Season 2: Plot

Actually, the birth of their son and heir to the throne should complete Sisi and Franz’s happiness.

Instead, that joyful moment serves as a catalyst for power struggles in Europe, as well as the start of numerous private challenges for the couple. Otto von Bismarck threatens to plunge Austria back into war.

Sisi makes every effort to be present for her husband and her people. Despite her deep affection for Franz and her diplomatic skill, the empress does not appear to find personal happiness. Sisi’s life will always be that of a bird in a golden cage.

When she has to travel to Hungary on a political mission, she encounters the wild expanses of the Puszta, the simple life of the people, and a man with whom one can steal horses: Count Andrássy. Sisi is forced to choose between her husband and the rebel leader.

The Empress Season 2 Trailer: Any New Footage of the Empress Season 2 Yet?

So far, there is no trailer or other moving footage for “Sisi” season 2, but with a start date for the series announced, this should come soon.

Sisi Season 2: Cast

Dominique Devenport (“Der Passfälscher”) will reprise her role as Sisi, and Jannik Schümann (“Charitè”) will reprise his role as Franz in Season 2.

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Julia Stemberger (“Schächten”) returns as Sisi’s mother, Duchess Ludovica in Bavaria, Désirée Nosbusch (“Bad Banks”) as Franz’s mother, Archduchess Sophie, Tanja Schleiff (“In aller Freundschaft”) as Countess Esterhazy, and Marcus Grüsser (“SOKO München”) as Sisi’s father, Duke Max in Bavaria.

In addition, Pauline Rénevier (“Das Weiße Haus am Rhein”) reprises her role as Duchess Helene in Bavaria, Sisi’s sister, and David Korbmann (“Notruf Hafenkante”) reprises his role as Count Grünne.

The following actors have joined the cast for the first time: Murathan Muslu as Hungarian rebel leader dön Körtek (“Vorstadtweiber”, “Risse im Beton”). Romy Schroeder (“Wolke unterm Dach”) plays Marie, Sisi’s maid Fanny’s daughter, who was hanged for treason in season 1.

Amanda Da Gloria (“Tanze Tango mit mir”) plays Countess Emanuelle Andrássy, Count Andrássy’s sister. Bernd Hölscher (“Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull”) plays Otto von Bismarck, Prussian prime minister, North German Confederation chancellor, and German Empire chancellor from 1871.

German Tv Series ‘sisi’ Returns to Lithuania

The second season of the German TV series “Sisi,” which follows the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria (also known as Sisi), is currently being shot in Lithuania, according to Film New Europe.

Sisi Season 2

The series is produced by Story House Pictures GmbH for RTL+ and serviced by the Lithuanian company UAB Nordic Productions. The shoot is being subsidized by the Lithuanian Film Center.

The second season is directed by Sven Bohse (“Dark Woods”) and written by Elena Hell, Svenja Rasocha, Robert Krause, and Andreas Gutzeit.

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More than 100 Lithuanians are part of the international team, including production designer Algirdas Garbaiauskas and costume designer Daiva Petrulyt.

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