Disney’s ‘Percy Jackson’ Season 2 Begins Production This Summer in Vancouver

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Today, we at Knight Edge Media have learned that Percy Jackson season 2 is looking to begin production later this summer back in Vancouver under the working title Mink Golden.  News broke earlier this week that the young adult series will begin production on August 1st and run through January 30th, 2025. With the team returning to Vancouver, it is assumed they will return to use the Volume for interior shots. Director James Bobin is looking to also return for the second season, but it’s unknown how many episodes he will be directing. We recently reported that writer Craig Silverstein had been promoted to co-showrunner alongside Jonathan E. Steinberg and Dan Shotz (The Old Man) going into season 2. Albert Kim (Avatar: The Last Airbender) has also joined the creative team as an executive producer.

Percy Jackson season 2 will return to Disney+ sometime in late 2025


Source: Midgard Times

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