The Legend of Vox Machina Season 2: When It Will Be Renewed?
As soon as Amazon bought season one of The Legend of Vox Machina, season two was set in stone. The first season was made possible by a successful Kickstarter campaign. When Amazon decided to air the first ten episodes, they ordered fourteen more episodes (expanding season one to twelve episodes, with the same schedule for season two).
“Critical Role paved a new way for original digital content with fresh new voices and humor that won them fans all over the world,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios. “Their wildly successful Kickstarter campaign is proof of that” (via Variety). “We’re excited to work with the whole team to bring our Prime Video customers The Legend of Vox Machina and the new Critical Role series.
Sam Riegel and Travis Willingham of Critical Role said in a joint statement, “We were blown away by how excited people were about the Kickstarter campaign, and now we can give the fans everything they wanted and more.
“Working with Prime Video to get the series to fans all over the world is exciting and surreal, and we’re thrilled to be able to tell even more stories with not just one, but two 12-episode seasons!”
So, was Amazon right to take a chance on season two of The Legend of Vox Machina? Here’s all the information you need.
Animated shows take a long time to make, but since Vox Machina’s hugely successful Kickstarter campaign ended in 2019, the team has had plenty of time to start working on season two.
When you consider that the show’s first season didn’t come out until early 2022 instead of late 2020 because of the pandemic, we think that new episodes will come out sooner than you might think.
If we’re really lucky, season two will come out before the end of the year, putting it back on the schedule it was on before. If not, it probably won’t happen until January 2023.
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Because the show was made in a unique way, Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Liam O’Brien, Ashley Johnson, Matthew Mercer, Marisha Ray, Sam Riegel, and Travis Willingham aren’t just actors; they’re also executive producers with an equal stake in the success of the series.
We’d expect them all to come back.
The series is based on Critical Role’s first Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Season one ended on a pretty shocking cliffhanger that set up season two perfectly, especially if you like dragons.
After being brought before King Uriel Tal’Dorei, ruler of the Tal’Dorei Empire, Vox Machina was shocked to learn that Uriel was giving up the throne and giving control of the Empire to the Tal’Dorei Council, citing Vox Machina’s teamwork as a reason.
But when Vex’ahlia’s ringing ears told the group that a dragon was coming, Keyleth and King Uriel saw four dragons coming quickly. At the end of the season, four dragons, each as scary as the last, were getting ready to kill Emon.
Expect season two to start right after the cliffhanger, dealing with the effects of what is sure to be a violent start to the new season.
Frequently Asked Question
Will the Legend of Vox Machina Have a Second Season?
Amazon Prime has decided to bring back The Legend of Vox Machina for a second season.
How Long Will Each Season of the Legend of Vox Machina Be?
Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that “The Legend of Vox Machina” will have a second season after the first one ends.
How Many Episodes Are There of Legend of Vox Machina?
The Kickstarter-funded Vox Machina campaign was turned into an animated TV show called “The Legend of Vox Machina.” It is made by Amazon Studios, Titmouse Inc., and Critical Role Productions, and it is available on Prime Video. The show will have two seasons, each with twelve episodes.
Will Vox Machina Have a Third Season?
There’s a good chance that season 3 will be picked up before season 2 starts. A lot of the decisions will probably be based on how well the first season did with long-term viewers.
How Does Keyleth Work as a Druid?
Keyleth is a half-elf druid who is part of the group Vox Machina. Marisha Ray plays her on screen.