Thursday, August 18, 2022

Future Of 'The Bureau of Magical Things' Currently Undecided

With The Bureau of Magical Things season two airing on Nickelodeon channels internationally and recently hitting Netflix in the U.S. and Canada, many fans have been wondering whether there will be a third season of the supernatural series. Unfortunately, it seems like the fate of the series is still up in the air.

When asked by Matt Webb Mitovich at TVLine, a rep for the Aussie drama would neither confirm nor deny the possibility of a third season, telling TVLine, “We like to keep our options open.”

Created by Australian television producer Jonathan M. Shiff (H2O: Just Add Water), The Bureau of Magical Things combines magic, mystery, and a unique mythology to tell the story of Kyra, an ordinary teenage girl who is caught in a clash between an elf and a fairy then becomes magically transformed. As a “Tri-ling”—part human, part fairy, and part elf—Kyra teams with a group of magical teenagers and learns to use her newfound powers to keep the human (insan) world safe from the surprising, funny, and sometimes dangerous effects of magical chaos. But when these young guardians uncover a threat, humans, fairies, and elves must unite to save both their worlds!

The Bureau of Magical Things stars Kimie Tsukakoshi (The Family Law) as Kyra, a confident teenage Tri-ling who exhibits powers of both fairies (Peri) and elves; Mia Milnes as Lily, an optimistic and sweet fairy; Elizabeth Cullen as Imogen, a headstrong and ambitious elf; Julian Cullen as Darra, Imogen’s charming hipster elf brother; Rainbow Wedell (Terra Nova) as Ruksy, an orderly fairy and teacher’s pet; Jamie Carter (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Peter, Kyra’s longtime classmate and science fiction lover; Christopher Sommers (Hunters) as Professor Maxwell, a witty half-elf-half-human in charge of the local Magic School; Melanie Zanetti (The Leisure Class) as Orla, an elf agent working for the Department of Magical Intervention (DMI); and Nicholas Bell (I, Frankenstein) as Sean, director of the DMI and Lily’s father. Joining the cast in season two is Miah Madden, who will portray Tayla.

The Bureau of Magical Things season two was commissioned by Network 10, German public broadcaster ZDF and Paramount-owned kids’ network Nickelodeon. The new season made its world premiere on 10 Shake on Saturday 10th July 2021, followed by Nickelodeon channels internationally.

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Originally published: August 18, 2022.

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