Castlevania: Season 2

Castlevania: Season 2

Castlevania: Season 2

Dark medieval fantasy series inspired by the classic video game series of the same name, following the last member of the Belmont clan and his fight against Vlad Dracula Tepe.

2018Rating: TV-MAUSAPowerhouse
AnimatedFantasy

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EPISODE 2.1

War Council

Dracula's generals gather to prosecute the war against humanity. There is discord when Dracula's human allies, Hector and Isaac, are given command of the armies of the night.

EPISODE 2.2

Old Homes

As Belmont shares a bold strategy with Alucard and Sypha, Dracula addresses a conflict within his ranks. Isaac recalls a painful encounter.

EPISODE 2.3

Shadow Battles

Belmont travels to his family's archives, along with Sypha and a cynical Alucard. Godbrand voices a suspicion about Dracula's motives.

EPISODE 2.4

Broken Mast

As Godbrand's thirst grows stronger, Carmilla tries to recruit Hector. Isaac shows his loyalty, and Belmont shares a family story with Sypha.

EPISODE 2.5

Last Spell

Carmilla presses forward with her plan despite Godbrand's disappearance. Sypha makes a startling discovery while combing the archives.

EPISODE 2.6

The River

Does he really have what it takes to live up to his family’s reputation? It's time for Belmont to pick his fate. Also, Dracula prepares for the fight.

EPISODE 2.7

For Love

With nothing less than the future of humanity at stake, Belmont, Alucard and Sypha do battle with their immortal enemy: Dracula.

EPISODE 2.8

End Times

With the war between humans and vampires seemingly settled, the survivors -- both good and evil -- look toward the future.

Castlevania: Season 2 / Reviews

IGN

IGN

It manages to be faithful to the source material while still making big changes where necessary and emphasizing character growth over mindless action.

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Collider

Collider

More episodes, yes, but also more mythology, more bloodletting, and more sharply-written dialogue...

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Decider

Decider

With Season 2, Warren Ellis and Adi Shankar's series has become one of the best originals on Netflix.

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Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

All told the expanded episode count does the series more favors than faults, and the pieces seem to be aligned by the end of episode six for some much-needed payoff.

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Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

Castlevania's second season may occasionally become too slow for some, but the heights that it hits are so high that it's hard to begrudge it for its lethargic pacing.

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