In shadow and boneIn the Season 1 finale, Kaz made a deal with Alina to conceal his identity as the Sun Summoner in exchange for the Queen’s Jewels, which he planned to use to free Inej.
When we find the Crows in Ketterdam at the start of season 2 – premiering next Thursday, March 16 on Netflix – our motley heroes quickly realize their home has been stolen from them and they have nothing left.
“The rug has really been pulled out from under us, and for Kaz, it brings to mind all kinds of things from his childhood,” Freddy Carter, who plays Kaz, told TVLine. “He struggled with this internal thing and an external thing. Because he’s not good at talking to others about what’s going on inside him, this battle escalates and kind of consumes him.
Inej, meanwhile, will struggle with her faith in the new season. “She’s been through a lot of horrible things and she hasn’t lost her faith yet, but that hope [is] slowly wasting away, and it also takes a bit of her away from her,” Amita Suman teases. “It makes her something unexpected at the end of the season.”
For Jesper, who lives for the next adventure and is considered a hero, season 2 forces him to “commit to something a little deeper this season as his confidence is somewhat shattered by decisions his friends take, and they don’t”. include it in their decision-making,” says Kit Young. The sniper will seek out “new relationships” that “unravel a lot about himself.”
shadow and boneThe next season of will also introduce a slew of new characters, including Wylan Hendricks (played by the witcherby Jack Wolfe) and Nikolai Lantsov (the OA‘s Patrick Gibson), the youngest Ravkan prince who sails around the world as a privateer named Sturmhond.
For Wolfe, portraying a fan favorite comes with the pressure of “becoming the person who decides how this book character breathes or speaks, what the accent is, how he interacts with people – especially how he interacts with people.” people with whom he does not interact. in the books. »
In Season 2, Wylan will interact with “people, places, and situations that exist in the Grishaverse but not directly in his arc in the book,” Wolfe warns. And while his looks will stray from the books, the actor notes that he “really tried to take as much of the material that’s already there as possible and apply the things that people love about Wylan, which I love at Wylan.”
As for Nikolai, Gibson notes that he also felt pressure to have good representation. “When you have a known character, especially when it’s in a book because you really have your own idea of the character, I felt it was a responsibility to do them justice,” he shares.