A Discovery of Witches Season 2 (2021)


A Discovery of Witches (2018-) is a TV adaptation of a book trilogy by Deborah Harkness. In the first book/season, a modern historian discovers a magical book at an Oxford University library, which leads to her embracing the fact that she is a witch, as well as meeting other “creatures,” including demons and vampires — and falling in love with one of the latter. In the second book/season, Diana and her vampire boyfriend Matthew go back to Elizabethan England — 1590 to be specific. I’ve been seeing lots of images from season 2 and been generally impressed, but it’s taken me until now to watch the series.

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2 Responses

  1. Charity

    For whatever reason, I’ve never been able to get into this series. I feel like I should give it a year or two and then try it again.

  2. Carrie

    The books are pretty flawed (Mary Sue protag, vampire yoga? Ha ha ha ha), but compulsively readable. I tried a few episodes of the first season, but it did nothing for me. There’s zero chemistry between the two romantic leads, and as soon as I stopped watching I forgot every single thing I’d seen. A total snooze of a show.


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