Will Barbarians season 2 be on Netflix in 2021?

Will Barbarians season 2 be on Netflix in 2021?

Barbarians season 2 is going to entertain fans with more action, but when is it going to release on Netflix?

Barbarians is a Netflix original series that tells about the problems between the Roman Empire and some rebel Germanic tribes that want their sovereignty. The series bases itself loosely on history, though not being completely accurate historically, as expected. It has been in the top 10 lists of many various Netflix regions. Because of that, we can say Barbarians has been an international hit. Seeing the potential of Barbarians, Netflix naturally decided to renew it for a second season.

Having been released on Netflix with its first entry in 2020, Barbarians is greenlit for a second season, but we haven’t heard much from it. When is it finally going to release on Netflix, how long do we have to wait? Let’s check it out.

When is the release date of Barbarians season 2?

Unfortunately, it is not likely at all for Barbarians season 2 to release on Netflix this year. This is because it has not even started filming up until now, and we still do not have a clue as to when it will start the production process. Its first release was in October 2020, but it isn’t probable that we’re going to see its second entry released in the same month, and as time commences, it becomes more and more unlikely. If everything goes right and we look at the best-case scenario, we can expect a mid-2022 release.

You can watch the first season of Barbarians on Netflix. It has six episodes each running for 41-51 minutes. This means it can be a good product to binge-watch if you haven’t watched it until now, or just want to refresh your memory before the second season.

What is the synopsis of Barbarians?

Here’s the synopsis of Netflix’s popular historical series. You can also watch its trailer below.

“The famous battle of the Teutoburg Forest, in which Germanic warriors united by a strong woman, halted the northward advance of the Roman Empire in AD 9.”

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