Escapism has arguably grown even more vital and enjoyable in recent years.
Nothing beats curling up on the couch and binge-watching a wonderful TV show, and what better genre to help you unwind than fantasy?
Fans of all things magical were treated to the arrival of A Discovery of Witches back in 2018. It followed Diana Bishop, a historian who is thrown into a world of wonder and peril, eventually resulting to a deal between witches and vampires.
Audiences applauded it for its creativity and were overjoyed when it was renewed for a third season in January. On the other side, now that it’s ended, thoughts have gone to season 4 of A Discovery of Witches…
A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES HASN’T BEEN RENEWED FOR SEASON 4
That’s correct. The most recent season of A Discovery of Witches was advertised as the third and final season.
The TV show is based on Deborah Harkness‘ All Souls series of novels, as you may know. The first was called A Discovery of Witches, while the second and third, Shadow of Night and The Book of Life, came out in 2012 and 2014, respectively.
They constituted a trilogy, and the events of all three novels are covered in all three seasons of the TV show. Season 3 concludes in the same manner as its original material, The Book of Life.
To be clear, the Sky series was not cancelled, and the creators were able to finish the plot in the amount of seasons that they had planned.
“I WOULD 100 PER CENT BE UP FOR MORE GALLOWGLASS”
Despite the fact that A Discovery of Witches as we know it came to an end with the season 3 finale, Steven Cree (who plays Gallowglass) has expressed interest in reprising the role.
“I’d be up for more Gallowglass in a heartbeat.” “However, I’m not sure if Sky has the rights to do that,” he told Digital Spy. “Gallowglass is a fantastic figure. It’s like playing two roles because in season two he’s a rock ‘n’ roll vampire from the Elizabethan age, then in season three he’s a motorcycle vampire…”
He claims that there is still a lot to learn about this world:
Audiences will undoubtedly agree that there is still more gasoline in this franchise. There’s no reason to expect anything more at this point. However, given the eagerness of some cast members to dive deeper into this vast universe, it’s not worth ruling out just yet.
THE FANS HAVE SPOKEN
Of course, Steven isn’t the only one who wishes for more, and a number of fans have already expressed their wishes on Twitter.
Check out a selection of tweets: