A Discovery of Bitches is a British television series based on the Romance and dramatic stories.
It is inspired by the book named All Souls Trilogy, written by Deborah Harkness.
It consists of many staring actors such as Matthew Goode, Louise Brealey, Aiysha Hart, Teresa Palmer, and Malin Buska.
And Alex Kingston, Trevor Eve, Lindsay Duncan, Owen Teale, Including Valarie Pettiford.
It shoots at many locations such as Italy, Great Britain, and Wales.
But Co-production by Sky Productions and Bad Wolf, Including Sky Vision as a distributor.
The first season of A Discovery of Bitches consists of eight episodes released on September 14, 2018.
The plot of the A Discovery of Bitches Season 2
The story revolves around the Dina Bishop, as the historian witch, Who unfortunately found a witch script in the Oxford’s Library.
After the discovery, she was forced to back into the world of magic to find the secret about magical powers.
He wants to protect the book and solve the hidden mysteries in a magical world.
The cast of the A Discovery of Bitches Season 2
Most of the starring actors will expect to reappear in the second season of A Discovery of Bitches.
Teresa Palmer played as Diana Bishop, a witch
Edward Bluemel acts as Marcus Whitmore, Matthew vampire son and lab colleague
Matthew Goode acts as Matthew Clairmont, a vampire and the Professor of Biochemistry.
Aiysha Hart acts as Miriam Shephard, a vampire
Alex Kingston serves as Sarah Bishop, Diana’s aunt
Owen Teale acts as Peter Knox, and a high-class witch Trevor Eve acts as Gerbert, an ancient vampire.
And many others.
What will be the release date of the second season?
Due to the pandemic situation, the production process and shooting are stopped.
It will expect to release in the mid of 2021.
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