According to a September 2021 Netflix announcement, production on season two will begin that year, with a 2022 premiere date set.
It was revealed on Twitter by Netflix on July 1 that Season 2 would be available on the service in late 2022, around the month of November.
The second season of Young Royals was officially announced by Netflix on September 30 and will debut on November 1. Netflix already has an extensive library of television shows, and this teen series will just add to that collection.
However, we do know that Edvin Ryding and Omar Rudberg will reprise their roles as Wilhelm and Simon in season 2 on Netflix.
Main characters August of Rnäs (Malte Gardiner), Sara Eriksson (Frida Argenton), and Felice Ehrencrona are likely to return for season 2. (Nikita Uggla).
Date of Season 2 of Young Royals’ Release
Netflix has, thankfully, ordered a second season of Young Royals, with a release date of 2022 being mentioned as a possible sneak peek. It was revealed on Twitter by Netflix on July 1 that Season 2 would be available on the service sometime in November 2022.
On September 30th, Netflix confirmed that the debut date for the second season of Young Royals would be November 1st. What a great example of maintaining one’s word! Popular teen show joins a slew of other popular shows on Netflix this fall, such as Manifest, Dead to Me, Wednesday, and more.
Programming Guesswork for Season 2 of “Young Royals”
Unsurprisingly, everything gets going after August releases the sex tape of Simon and Wilhelm. Wilhelm is pressured to deny that it is him in the video since his family has asked him to keep the crown safe at all costs.
After Wilhelm asks Simon if they can continue seeing each other in secret, Simon breaks up with him because he doesn’t want to remain a secret. Season 2 will presumably address the wider repercussions of the sex tape leak and how it has affected Simon and Wilhelm.
Even though they are no longer together, we expect that their affection for one another will eventually bring them back together. It appears as though we will be witnessing something of a will-they-won’t-they scenario, what with all the external pressures keeping them apart.
Who will be in the Young Royals season 2 cast?
Edvin Ryding, who plays Prince Wilhelm, will almost certainly be back for Young Royals Season 2. In time, he will be joined by the following:
• Omar Rudberg as Simon
• Malte Gårdinger as August
• Frida Argento as Sara
• Nikita Uggla as Felice
• Pernilla August as Queen Kristina of Sweden
• Nathalie Varli as Madison
• Carmen Gloria Pérez as Linda
Ryding and Rudberg are both invested in their roles.
‘There are some things why we can relate to these individuals,’ Ryding told Numero. “I identify with Wilhelm because of his anxiety problems.
I’ve read up on the royal families, but I know there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that the common people don’t see. Therefore, it is impossible for us to fully comprehend.
After considering what it’s like to be a young royal, I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s not something I want to do.”
“It would be fun to try it out for a day or a week, but not permanently,” Rudberg acknowledged. “On occasion, Edvin did his best Prince impression. I feel like I know what Simon is going through.
His Latin American mother speaks to him and his siblings in Spanish at home and at school. They share the same small bond. I can relate to Simon in that he finds school life challenging. On the other hand, I have no idea how he gets such good grades.”
After the tragic death of Crown Prince Erik in the first season, Ivar Forsling’s character may not be brought back. That being said, his influence on Wilhelm was substantial, so it’s not out of the question that Erik will make a return in season two, at least in the form of flashbacks.
Is there a teaser for season 2 of Young Royals?
However, a full trailer for Season 2 of Young Royals has not yet been released by Netflix. But there’s something even greater! On the same day that Season 2 would be available to stream (1 November), the streaming service released all of the season’s first four minutes.