Netflix’s ‘Invisible City’ adapts Brazilian folklore and quite effortlessly modernizes it to the hyped world of pop culture. Similar to Ragnarok,’ which beautifully revives Norse Mythology,” Invisible City’ shows promise and enticingly brings in audiences to its intriguing premise. The series theatrically opens with a flashback in which two men are trekking through a rainforest in the dark. One of them attempts to shoot a bird for lively entertainment but is knocked down by a flaming spear flung by a monster known as the Curupira, characterized by a flaming head and backward-facing feet. The beast is a favorite in freshwater mythology which came off as something new to the American audiences, who’ve been puzzled and unnerved by its grotesque look. The first season was a nice mix of relatable tropes and a deep-dive to Brazil’s culture. Here’s what we understand about invisible City season 2.
Invisible City Season 2 Release Date Info
For this writing, there’s no release date set for the release of season 2 since it hasn’t been renewed. If Netflix does order a second season, production will likely begin shortly after the news breaks. Based on the streaming solutions’ release pattern, Invisible City season 2 could release in late-2021. But if its renewal standing is protracted, it’s possible audiences might not see what happens to Eric, Camila (Jéssica Córes), and Inês (Alessandra Negrini) before 2022.
Invisible City Season 2 Cast: Who Can Be in it?
‘Invisible City’ celebrities Marco Pigossi in the direct role of Environmental Officer Eric, searching for his wife’s killer but is accidentally roped into a world of mythical creatures. Alessandra Negrini essays the role of Ines, a suspicious thing that Eric investigates. ‘The Awakener’ celebrity Taina Medina plays with Fabiana; Julia Konrad essays the role of Gabriela; Jessica Cores plays Camila; Victor Sparapane plays Manaus; Kaua Rodigruez celebrities as Baquet.
Other cast members include José Dumont as Ciço, Samuel de Assis as João, Thaia Perez as Januária, Fábio Lago as berê, and Áurea Maranhão as Marcia among others. Almost all the actors are expected to reprise their roles in the upcoming season.
Invisible City Season 2 Story Details
Like the world of all deities opened, allowing Eric entrance, a critical season 2 plot premiered. It’s completely plausible that Invisible City may take audiences into this supernatural realm to witness what Eric must do to make it right back to his family living. While this is a thrilling prospect, there is also the possibility that his entry into this universe has opened up a larger portal between the two realms which could cause an even more intricate puzzle in season 2. Hopefully, Netflix will announce the renewal of Invisible City so that audiences and fans can be certain that there’ll be some resolution to Eric’s plot later on.