Arcane Ending with Season 2 on Netflix: New Trailer Released


Fans of “Arcane” have both good and terrible news: Season 2 of the well-liked Netflix series will premiere in November, but there are still “many stories to tell” in the animated “League of Legends” world created by Riot Games and animation studio Fortiche.

“Arcane is just the beginning of our larger storytelling journey and collaboration with the wonderful animation studio that is Fortiche,” said co-creator Christian Linke in a statement. “We had a very definite finish in mind from the outset of working on this project, thus the tale of ‘Arcane’ concludes with this second season. However, ‘Arcane’ is only the beginning of the numerous stories we hope to tell in Runeterra.

Since its launch on Netflix in November 2021, the animated series has been popular with both long-time “League of Legends” video game aficionados and novices. It won four Emmys, including Outstanding Animated Program in 2022, and was praised for its animation, music, and complicated plot.

Hailee Steinfeld and Ella Purnell play sisters Vi and Jinx in the video game “Arcane,” two strong characters from the “League of Legends” franchise. After being driven apart, the brothers become competitors in their steampunk fantasy city Piltover’s conflict with its shady underground criminal society, known as Zaun. The logline for Season 2 states that Jinx’s attack on the Piltover council in the Season 1 finale “sets the stage for a dire escalation of the conflict between Piltover and Zaun.”

The Season 2 teaser begins immediately after Jinx’s attack, with everyone in Piltover on the lookout for Jinx and the devastating drug Shimmer. It concludes with a climactic battle between Vi, equipped with massive gauntlets, and Jinx, carrying a gatling weapon.

“Arcane” was conceived by Linke and Alex Yee, with Linke, Marc Merrill, and Brandon Beck serving as executive producers.

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Arcane to End With Season 2, New Teaser Trailer Released

Ahead of the release of Arcane Season 2 later this year, it has been revealed that the Netflix series will end with this next batch of episodes. Arcane premiered on Netflix in 2021 and received significant appreciation from both fans and reviewers. Since then, the wait for Season 2 has dragged on, with little information available. Netflix is now ready to say more about Arcane, revealing that the program will not be renewed for any future seasons.

Riot Games released a new teaser trailer for Arcane Season 2 today, coinciding with a broader announcement for League of Legends’ future. This new teaser gives us our finest look yet at Season 2 and indicates how the plot will go following the events of Season 1’s huge cliffhanger. Characters from Season 1, such as Jinx, Vi, Caitlin, and Ekko, are extensively featured in this video, while new characters are briefly introduced.

As for the reason for Arcane’s termination, it was revealed that the tale featured in Season 2 was always intended to serve as the series’ conclusion. Furthermore, Arcane co-creator Christian Linke stated that those who worked on the program want to go on and produce other stories in different regions of the League of Legends world. For the time being, it is unclear what this will lead to, although further TV and film projects are reportedly in the works.

We had a very particular finish in mind from the outset of this project, so the tale of Arcane concludes with this second season,” Linke added. “However, Arcane is only the beginning of many stories that we hope to tell in Runeterra. We’ve followed Riot throughout Vi and Jinx’s adventures so far. […] Their arcs have expanded much beyond our initial expectations, and we want to provide the same treatment to other heroes. We are actively working on our next television and film projects, and we expect to share more before the end of the year.

Arcane Season 2 will be available on Netflix sometime around November 2024. Details on the number of episodes in Season 2 and its release plan have yet to be revealed, but we can expect to hear more in the coming weeks.


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