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Links: The Order, Season 2

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Previewing The Order Season 2
If you’re ready for a little fun supernatural diversion–and really, who isn’t–Netflix might have the cure for what ails you when the second season of The Order, the very wickedly fun and funny witches and werewolves and college, oh my, drama series drops Thursday. Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: The Order’s Devery Jacobs uses art to fuel her activism
“We are a small-time Canadian show, but the reception we ended up getting, the fandom and going to Comic-Con made us a bit nervous going into Season 2.” Continue reading.

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Dennis Heaton talks The Order, Season 2
“What I wanted to do in Season 2 was open up the sense of the world. We got into that in Season 1 when we introduced Renee and the Necromancers, the rejected members of the Order, and so I wanted to see more of that…” Continue reading. 

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Louriza Tronco talks The Order Season 2
“Humans are obviously very complex and the fact that we were able to sort of mirror that within a TV show that seems to be hitting home with a lot of people who are watching it is really, really special and great.” Continue reading. 

From Sukriti Wahl of Elle Australia:

Link: This underrated Netflix show Is Like ‘Charmed’ meets ‘Riverdale’
If you’re in dire need of a show to binge and you’ve already worked your way through Netflix’s June lineup, then we have a series to suggest that we’re pretty sure you’ll thank us for later: The Order. Continue reading. 

From Julian Cannon of The Knockturnal:

Link: Netflix’s The Order star Louriza Tronco
I can’t believe that they’re letting me do all this stuff. So it’s really props to all the writers for such a multi-dimensional character for myself.” Continue reading. 

From Dan Gentile of the San Francisco Gate:

Link: This chart-topping Netflix show is like an R-rated Harry Potter
My favorite thing about “The Order,” and a stark contrast to everything in the news, is the idea of consequences. In the world of the show, magic has a price. The bigger the spell, the higher the cost. Continue reading. 

From Charles Trapunski of Brief Take:

Link: Interview: The Order’s Jake Manley
“Dennis Heaton, the showrunner, is one of the funniest guys I have ever met and when you sprinkle the humorous on top of this vast world of magic and monsters, it becomes an incredibly fun ride, I think, like you said.” Continue reading.



Links: The Order, Season 1

From Ariana Romero of Refinery29:

Link: The Order Is The New Netflix Treat That’ll Dominate Your Weekend
Still missing Teen Wolf nearly two full years after it wrapped on MTV? Wish you didn’t have to wait months for new episodes of The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina? Well, Netflix has heard your prayers and responded with The Order, the weirdo young adult supernatural drama you didn’t know you needed to while away the (hopefully) last few cold weather weekends of the year. Continue reading.

From Joel Keller of Decider:

Link: Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Order’ On Netflix, A Horror Series About A School’s Secret Fraternity And A Whole Bunch Of Dead Pledges
The Order, created by Dennis Heaton (Ghost Wars) and Shelley Eriksen (Continuum), has got a lot going for it. It’s got the story of a working-class kid infiltrating the rich kids at a university’s most secret fraternity, and trying to defeat the evil performances from within. Continue reading. 

From Samantha Nelson of The Verge:

Link: Netflix’s dark fantasy The Order is an absurdist match for What We Do in the Shadows
The first episode of Netflix’s new horror series The Order, which premieres on March 7th, reads like a pretty straightforward supernatural drama with a touch of dark humour. The second episode starts to get a little weird, and by the third instalment, the show transitions into a flat-out hilarious mashup of college and horror comedy. Continue reading. 

From Charles Trapunski of Brief Take:

Link: Interview: The Order’s Sarah Grey
“This has all been really new and exciting for me. I hope that a lot of people watch this show and I hope that a lot of people enjoy it and have the same experience that we had filming it, which was such an amazing time.” Continue reading.

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Rachel Langer talks Netflix’s The Order
“When he did send the creative, I thought it was the next best thing to having started my career early enough to write on Buffy. When I heard. ‘warring secret societies,’ I thought, ‘Oh, this is going to be so great. I’m very proud of the show because it’s so much fun.” Continue reading.

From Travis Clark of Business Insider:

Link: Netflix’s ‘The Order’ pits werewolves against dark magic, and is its latest original show off to a hot start
“The Order” is ranked fifth on this week’s “binge report” from television-tracking app, TV Time, based on its 12 million global users. The “binge report” tracks the top 10 streaming shows on various services. It’s the only Netflix show on this week’s list aside from “The Umbrella Academy,” which premiered last month. Continue reading.

From Heather M. of TV Goodness:

Link: Showrunner Dennis Heaton talks The Order’s creative team and casting
After this past week, I’d recommend a healthy dose of escapism TV and luckily Netflix is obliging with the new supernatural-themed, secret-society-in-college series The Order. Continue reading. 


Link: What goes on in a TV writers’ room? Dennis Heaton answers our burning questions

From Sabrina Furminger of YVR Screen Scene:

Link: What goes on in a TV writers’ room? Dennis Heaton answers our burning questions
“It’s got to be a place where everybody is able to talk about the stuff that you can’t talk about at a dinner party, and you know that that embarrassing story you’re going to tell about the worst date you ever had in your life that ended in you misunderstanding a social cue and making a complete ass out of yourself is not going to be shared publicly with everybody else. It’s got to be an extremely safe space.” Continue reading.