Part Two of season one of HBO’s The Nevers began production this month, with a 2022 release date rumoured. The Victorian supernatural series was conceived by Joss Whedon, who also served as showrunner for the first half of the season before Philippa Goslett took over. Due to a natural narrative break after episode 6, production was suspended halfway through filming due to the COVID-19 epidemic, and HBO chose to release the first half of the season in April 2021.
Season 1B to be Air
The Nevers are now filming the final six episodes of season one in the United Kingdom, according to TheWrap. Goslett, who took over for Whedon following complaints of workplace harassment on previous projects, stated that she plotted out Season 1B while the series was still broadcasting on HBO earlier this year. The last episode of the season will start up where the last one left off in May.
The Nevers is about a widow named Amalia True (Laura Donnelly), who maintains a shelter for the Touched, a group of largely women. The Touched have been given with a variety of amazing powers, ranging from the ability to see into the future to singing that calms other Touched.
These startling abilities, however, are accompanied by new foes and objectives that have the potential to reshape the planet. Olivia Williams, James Norton, Tom Riley, Rochelle Neil, Eleanor Tomlinson, Amy Manson, Pip Torrens, and Denis O’Hare also star in The Nevers.
Though it appeared at the end of Part One that The Nevers was beginning to answer certain questions, episode six left viewers with absolutely no indication of the series’ future.
Whedon appears to have left a slew of metaphysical and paranormal gaps that Goslett will be charged with filling in as neatly as possible. Fans, on the other hand, can look forward to Goslett’s idea to keep the series going without any annoying time leaps or full redirection.