Vampire Academy Season 2 Release Date: Who Will Reappear in This Series?

Vampire Academy is an American fantasy horror television series based on Richelle Mead’s novel series of the same name. The series is made by Universal Television.

It was adapted for Peacock by Julie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre. A large cast, including Sisi Stringer, Daniela Nieves, Kieron Moore, and André Dae Kim, is in it.

The first season of the TV show based on the Vampire Academy books came out on Peacock on September 15, 2022, and ended on October 27, 2022.

Even though the season finale just came out a few weeks ago, people are already wondering if there will be a Vampire Academy Season 2 and, if so, when it will be out.

So, we’re here to tell you everything you need to know about Season 2 of Vampire Academy. Let’s get started without further ado!

Vampire Academy Season 2 Release Date

Unfortunately, there has been no official announcement from Peacock regarding Vampire Academy Season 2, but several signs point to the series continuing.

Vampire Academy Season 2 Release Date

The series, as it is known, is based on Richelle Mead’s novel series of the same name. Fortunately, the book series has six novels, so there are still many stories to be told.

Julie Plec, one of the series’ executive producers, confirmed at New York Comic Con 2022 that they have definitely planned ahead and know which characters will have multi-season story arcs.

Not only she but also one of the series’ stars, hinted that Vampire Academy would be expanded. Jazzy De Lisser, who plays Sasha Tanner in Vampire Academy, told Express that she hopes for a second season.

It’s impossible to say when Vampire Academy Season 2 will be available. According to upcomingseason, if we want to speculate, we can say that the series’ possible next season will most likely premiere after September 2023, when it will be renewed.

Is Vampire Academy Series a Flop?

Yes, the film adaptation of Vampire Academy in 2014 was a flop. The story of the first book in the novel series was filmed and directed by Mark Waters, the director of the once-popular teen film Mean Girls.

Unfortunately, the Vampire Academy film adaptation, starring Sarah Hyland and Zoe Deutch, was a box office flop. The film was a box office failure, grossing only $15.4 million worldwide on a $30 million budget.

The theatrical release in the United Kingdom was postponed due to poor box office performance, and the film was released as a direct-to-video by Entertainment One on July 14, 2014.

Vampire Academy Season 2 Release Date

Many book series fans disliked the film for a variety of reasons. It was suspected that the film crammed too much information into one section, reducing the impact of the story.

Also Read: 

Furthermore, fans felt that the film was more akin to a quirky high school soap opera like Mean Girls and failed to convey the serious content of the book.

The cast of the film was also criticized, in addition to the story and acting. The actors’ performances made the film appear to be a parody of vampire films.

People also disliked the film’s cinematography, despite its large budget. The TV series adaptation of Vampire Academy, on the other hand, appears to be more promising than the film adaptation.

In many aspects, such as acting, narration, and cinematography, it appears that the series is far more successful than the film. That is why fans are already anticipating the second season.

Vampire Academy Season 2 Cast


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Sisi Stringer (@sisistringer)

  • Rose Hathaway is played by Sisi Stringer.
  • Lissa Dragomir is played by Daniela Nieves.
  • Kieron Moore in the role of Dimitri Belikov
  • Christian Ozera is played by André Dae Kim.
  • Tatiana Vogel is played by Anita-Joy Uwajeh.
  • Mia McKenna-Bruce in the role of Mia Karpghter
  • Sonya Karp is played by Jonetta Kaiser.
  • Mason Ashford is played by Andrew Liner.
  • Meredith Beckham is played by Rhian Blundell.
  • Victor Dashkov is played by J. August Richards.

Trailer of Vampire Academy Season 1

Comments are closed.