The Irregulars, a new Netflix series, has recently debuted its first season and is already generating excitement. While Sherlock Holmes (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) takes the credit for solving the supernatural crimes, John Watson (Royce Pierreson) is approached by the mysterious Watson (Royce Pierreson) to help solve the crimes.
Teen drama meets supernatural horror and Sherlock Holmes tales in this unique blend.
These situations begin innocently enough, but they quickly take a terrible turn. With The Irregulars’ fresh perspective on Sherlock Holmes’ legacy, viewers are left with a sense of dread and want for more.
Season 1’s eight-episode conclusion came as a neat bow on an already neat season. As time went on, new friendships were formed, and a probable love triangle evolved. The first season of The Irregulars is recommended to be binge-watched in order to get up to speed and prepare for the upcoming season, but we’ll now give you a taste of what’s to come in season 2.
What Is the Season 2 Storyline of the Irregulars?
According to what we know so far, the second season of The Irregulars is likely to be at least partially focused on the potential of a new supernatural menace. The Rip was completely described in season 1, thus it’s unlikely that there will be a second season.
For now, it is unknown how Sherlock will return from The Rip and if the girls will ever see their mother Alice (Eileen O’Higgins) again, as he entered The Rip with her.
It’s not apparent where the new danger will come from, but it wouldn’t be a good season if there wasn’t. If the threat comes from another source or not, it appears that Sherlock and Alice’s narrative isn’t over and they will arrive to save or ruin the day.
The Irregulars Season 2 Cast
- McKell David as Spike
- Thaddea Graham as Bea
- Jojo Macari as Billy
- Harrison Osterfield as Leo
- Darci Shaw as Jessie
- Clarke Peters as the Linen Man
- Royce Pierreson as John Watson
- Rory McCann as the Bird Master – Arthur Hilton
- Edward Hogg as Daimler
- Ian Whyte as Plague Doctor
- Lisa Dwyer Hogg as Sister Anna
- Charles Armstrong as Mr. Bannister
- Alex Ferns as Vic Collins
- Nell Hudson as Louise
- Jonjo O’Neill as Mycroft Holmes
Olivia Grant as Patricia Coleman Jones
There is no doubt that Holmes and Watson will make an appearance, even if the show focuses on teenagers. In the first season, The Linen Man (Clarke Peters) says that he has a kid who is a “genuine psychic,” also known as an Ipsissimus.
According to Refinery 29, a prospective villain is in the works. It’s safe to say that even though The Linen Man met his end, his offspring won’t be spared in the future season.
Season 2 will see the return of the show’s creator Tim Bidwell, executive producer Greg Brenman, co-producer Michael Ray, and executive producer Jude Liknaitzky.
Is There a Release Date for Season 2 of the Irregulars?
The Irregulars’ first season has just been available on Netflix for a few days, but the corporation has stated that a second season will be coming. It makes sense, given the enduring popularity of the Sherlock Holmes world.
However, given that The Irregulars debuted on Netflix, its rapid renewal comes as no surprise. Because teen dramas and sci-fi series are frequently renewed for a second and even a third season, it’s only appropriate that this one will do the same.
The Ending Of Irregulars Season 1
Nothing supernatural is mentioned in the closing scene of the season, not even a hint of a possible season 2 villain. When she visits Watson at 221B Baker Street, Bea breaks down about Leo departing with Helena to Europe, sharing her fish and chips with him.
She bemoans everyone leaving her, and Watson steps in to provide the parental role Bea so desperately craves by promising he won’t leave her either.
Actress Thaddea Graham, who portrays Bea in the series, said in an interview with Digital Spy that the sequence between Watson and Bea is her favorite scene in the whole thing.
Watson first accepts Bea’s offer to work with him out of need since they are short on cash and Bea is worried about her sister, she explained. “Her first thought is, though, ‘I do not like you. This is a bad idea.'”
Although they first appear to have very little in common, the unusual couple eventually discovers that they have a lot in common, culminating in the touching climax. Watson’s loss is identical to Bea’s, according to Graham. “He just grasps the magnitude of the situation.
For the first time in her life, she has a true grownup in her life. Her mother died when she was just three years old, and her father was never introduced to her. Being able to share that weight and load with an adult — a grown-up —is a huge relief.”
Perhaps this is a portent of things to come in the second season, as well Netflix has yet to officially renew the show, but it appears like the next season will concentrate at least in part on the relationship between Watson and Bea as they deal with the next wave of mysterious mysteries in London.