Netflix has just released Lockwood and Co., so the company won't make a decision regarding Season 2 for some time. Director Joe Cornish, on the other hand, said he and his writing team are already prepared for that possibility. Additionally, the story of Lockwood & Co. is an adaption from Jonathan Stroud's book series of the same name. So, we don't think the show is finished yet.
Lockwood & Co. on Netflix is a television series based on Jonathan Stroud's young adult book series of the same name. It follows three teenage paranormal investigators who run their own psychic detection agency without adult supervision in London, England.
The three ghost hunters are played by former Bridgerton actors Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman, and Ali Hadji-Heshmati. The cast also includes Ivanno Jeremiah, Luke Treadaway, Morven Christie, Jack Bandeira, Ben Crompton, Hayley Konadu, Rhianna Dorris, and Paddy Holland.
Lockwood and Co. is now available on Netflix, and you've most likely already finished the eight-episode first season. You're probably looking for any news on a possible Lockwood & Co. season 2 right now. Fortunately, you've come to the right place because we've revealed everything there is to know about the sequel.
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Lockwood and Co. Season 2: Since the Netflix Show Was Released Just a Few Days, It Has Not Been Renewed Yet; However, There’s a Change It Is Not Finished Yet!
As of January 29, Netflix had not announced whether the teen fancy series Lockwood and Co.. would return for Season 2. We're not surprised, given that it was just released on the streamer. To begin, Netflix must wait to see how the new series performs. The streamer will most likely announce their decision about a month after it is released.
Meanwhile, the good news is that Jonathan Stroud's book series contains more than enough material to keep going. The first season of Lockwood & Co. adapts the first two novels, but there are additional books available. Yes, the show is not finished yet. Additionally, creator and director Joe Cornish has expressed interest in continuing to adapt the series. According to EW.com, the Lockwood team would love to continue with Season 2 and beyond. He stated,
You know, the books get better and better, the world is explored in a very unexpected and exciting way, there are some incredible set pieces and twists and new directions to come. We very, very much hope people watch and enjoy and that we can carry on telling the story that Jonathan Stroud has so brilliantly written.
Typically, Netflix bases its decision on how many people watch a show in its first month on the streaming service. High viewing hours in the first month increase the likelihood of the show being renewed. Also, the completion rate is critical. The entire season must be watched from start to end. One of the primary reasons Netflix has been canceling many of its shows is due to low completion rates. So, if you want to see a Lockwood & Co. season 2, make sure you watch the first season till the end and tell everyone you know to do the same.
Production costs also factor into Netflix's decision-making. Because Lockwood & Co. features a lot of special effects, long viewing hours are even more important. If a large number of people watch the fantasy series, Netflix may overlook the cost of production and renew it anyway.
Fingers crossed that Lockwood & Co. will be back for a second season. We're excited to see what happens next for the trio of ghost hunters!
How Did Annabel Ward Die in Lockwood & Co.?
Lucy's first mystery to solve when she joins Lockwood & Co.? Annabel Ward, a rising star, was brutally murdered. Lucy and Lockwood are left wondering if they can find Annabel's killer after discovering her body unceremoniously bricked behind a chimney. Lucy has a special emotional connection to Annabel's vengeful ghost, whereas Lockwood sees the tabloid-worthy story as a way to raise the agency's profile.
Sir John Fairfax dispatched an employee to break into Lockwood & Co. to find Annabel's source, aka the engraved ring he gave her after Lockwood gave a splashy TV interview about their investigation. The ring not only has the power to summon Annabel's ghost, but its engraving would lead to a paper trail that would implicate Fairfax.
The gang doesn't believe this until they nearly die on a job for the Nobleman. They believe that clearing his haunted country home of Combe Carey Hall will solve their financial problems. However, once they arrive, it's clear that it's a trap. When the teenagers try to flee, they come across Sir John Fairfax, who is about to murder them.
Lucy wisely pretends to hand over Annabel's source while actually releasing her. Annabel's ghost murders Fairfax, and DEPRAC covers it up. Nonetheless, Lucy, Lockwood, and George catch a glimpse of a mysterious harp symbol that DEPRAC is determined to hide... A symbol that also seems in the quest for the Bone Glass...
Before leaving, find out about if the show is scary.