Shadow and Bone showrunner Eric Heisserer uncovers that Wylan, a character from the books who was missing during season 1, will enter the show in season 2. The Netflix show depends on Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha arrangement, which includes a set of three (Shadow and Bone) and duology (Six of Crows). Both happen inside a similar universe, yet the occasions of the duology happen numerous years after the fact. The show attracts its name from the primary book the set of three and consolidates characters from Six of Crows.
Each of the eight scenes of season 1 debuted in full on April 23 to generally speaking positive surveys. Netflix hasn’t greenlit Shadow and Bone season 2 yet, however the buzz encompassing season 1, supported by Bardugo’s current fanbase, will probably be reason enough to legitimize a continuation of the arrangement. Obviously Heisserer and Bardugo have effectively begun making arrangements for how to design the Grishaverse’s seven portions into likely future seasons.
Heisserer’s prequel storyline suggests that Kaz and his team were abundance trackers long before Six of Crows happens, a mission that is more in sync with the fundamental plot Netflix’s Shadow and Bone. In the books, the Dregs are working for Wylan’s dad Jan, who enlists Kaz to free the creator of an amazing medication from military jail. Kaz keeps Wylan around as likely influence in his dealings with Jan should they turn out badly.
Since Wylan’s situation in the gathering is attached to his dad’s association and the group’s particular mission in the duology, it wouldn’t have appeared well and good for Heisserer and Bardugo to shoehorn his character into season 1. Wylan’s season 2 storyline would rely upon whether the arrangement finds Six of Crows, which might be controlled by the number of more seasons are available for Shadow and Bone. With the Crows going to Ketterdam toward the finish of season 1 and Wylan entering the story, the arrangement is situated to start weaving in subtleties from the duology.