The purchase was the addition to this list of horror show that Netflix published last season and the audience response to the series has been polarising. On one end of the fandom, you and you have fans enjoying this series and people who are entirely against the series, respectively.
Any viewer who watches the show is utterly disappointed with it or either completely loves it. The series has not attained a middle ground.
So, what’s the show about?
The show follows the story of a University student, Jack Morton who to locate the key about his mother’s passing and avenge the perpetrators of the crime combines a cult of magicians who go by the name of Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. As we proceed into the show, we find that this is much more than what he’d signed up for and he finds himself caught in an unreal world of spells monsters and insanity.
Added to his record of problems he is burdened with finding a way to solve the continuing battle between the magic wizards and wolves that seems to be tearing both the worlds.
We discover that he is not alone in his pursuit, as he receives assistance from the members of this Order, a community of magicians headed by the father of Jack.
Since the plot gets thicker, the battles Jack has to confront get more deadly. We’re left with just 1 question as we hit the center of this show, “Will Jack find the replies he seeks or will the puzzle engulf him into grief?”
We have many young stars in the cast such as Sarah Grey (portrays Allysa), Jake Manley (seems as Jack Morton), Adam DiMarco ( celebrities as Randall) who’ve been getting quite the attention from fans. Possible has been revealed by all the show’s actors, and they may be kept for the forthcoming seasons.
Can we expect a season 2?
This series Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen’s founders have said they are prepared to proceed with another year the moment they receive a confirmation. We can only expect the season creates a fandom for the show, thus improving its commentary.