Watchmen TV series is already getting great reviews even before the first episode will be out to the public on Sunday. HBO premiered the first episode to a selected audience at the New York comic con and fans have so far loved the show. Based on the graphical novel of the same name and somehow connected to the Zack Snyder movie, HBO’s Watchmen has made up its own name among the masses.
There’s a *ton* of worldbuilding that went into that Watchmen pilot, and one of the most surreal bits is delivered almost subtly: the show appears to depict a thriving black middle class in present-day Tulsa, Okla., because of reparations.
— Matt Pearce bargained a fair contract 🦅 (@mattdpearce) October 22, 2019
Oh but very quickly: Watchmen. I don't what the fuck that was but I like it. Ambitious, weird as fuck, clearly committed to the comic but also committed to trying something new with it. I'm totally in.
— Ian Dunt (@IanDunt) October 22, 2019
There's so much I love about the craziness of #Watchmen and it was only heightened by trying to watch four episodes in a row without much history. But it was weird and thrilling. @sepinwall has a fun interview with Damon Lindelof discussing that sense of oddness and I enjoyed…
— Tim Goodman (@BastardMachine) October 22, 2019
The series creators Damon Lindelof and Nicole Kassell recently hinted at the ending of the first season of Watchmen and the possibility of the season 2. The directors confirmed that Watchmen has enough content to create another season and Watchmen Season 2 could be out soon based on the public response of the first one.
Does Watchmen Season Ends on a Cliffhanger?
One of the biggest questions everyone who has Watchmen Season 1 is that was it the whole story or will there be more to it? Nicole Kassell, the executive producer and director of the show has said that as a fan she thinks there it would be delicious and wonderful to see what happens next in the amazing world we have created.
Although the series creator Damon Lindelof said that there is no guarantee for the second season of Watchmen at the New York comic panel, it doesn’t mean the story is over. Most of the mysteries in the first season will be resolved by the end and at the same time there will be room further to continue them into Watchmen Season 2.
HBO’s Watchmen Season 2 Possibilities
Watchmen Season 1 has nine episodes that have been well crafted to form a single storyline connecting every character and plot point. It was confusing at times, the directors said, but the scriptwriters have written “trust me, don’t get confused” at such instances.
Kassell and Lindelof have big plans for the Watchmen series and based on the audience response, they could make several more seasons. Based on the the reviews till now, HBO will soon announce the second season of Watchmen and production will start.