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[07/10/20 - 09:01 AM]
Netflix's "The Order" Joins Comic-Con@Home Lineup on Saturday, July 25
The thrilling second season of the drama series is now streaming on Netflix.

[via press release from Netflix]

NETFLIX'S "THE ORDER" JOINS COMIC-CON@HOME LINEUP ON SATURDAY, JULY 25

VANCOUVER, CANADA - July 10, 2020 - Nomadic Pictures announced today that the cast of their Netflix horror series The Order is joining Comic-Con@Home with a virtual panel on Saturday, July 25 at 3:00 PM PT on the Comic-Con YouTube Channel. The thrilling second season of the drama series is now streaming on Netflix. Watch The Order now at www.netflix.com/theorder.

The virtual session will include series stars Jake Manley 'Jack' (Heroes: Reborn), Adam DiMarco 'Randall' (The Magicians), Devery Jacobs 'Lilith' (American Gods), Thomas Elms 'Hamish' (Timeless), Louriza Tronco 'Gabrielle' (Make It Pop), and Katharine Isabelle 'Vera' (Ginger Snaps) along with creator/showrunner Dennis Heaton (Motive), writer/EP Shelley Eriksen (Private Eyes) and executive producers Mike Frislev (Fargo, Hell On Wheels, Van Helsing) and Chad Oakes (Fargo, Hell On Wheels, Van Helsing) in a Q&A moderated by producer Morris Chapdelaine (Van Helsing).

Together they will discuss the inspiration behind our favourite secret society, how characters have coped with the events of season two, the backstory of a few new surprise guest stars and answer some burning questions left unanswered after the finale.

Created, written and executive produced by Dennis Heaton (Motive) and Shelley Eriksen (co-creator of Private Eyes), The Order follows college freshman Jack Morton (Manley) who joins a fabled secret society where he is thrust into a world of magic, monsters, and intrigue. In season two, the lines between good and evil are more obscure than ever. The Knights struggle to regain their memories stolen from them by The Order and they crave retribution. But vengeance is hard to plan when you're also fighting murderous magicians, strange cults and life-threatening demons. Does anyone even go to class anymore?

About Nomadic Pictures:

Nomadic Pictures is a Canadian based production company, developing, financing and producing features, MOW's, Mini-Series and TV series. In 25 years, Nomadic has produced over ninety-three (93) television & film projects worth a combined $950 million in production and remains one of the most active production companies in North America.

In addition to their seventy-one (71) Emmy Nominations and countless awards, Oakes and Frislev won three Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Childern's/Youth/Family Special for "The Incredible Mrs. Ritche" (Gena Rowlands, James Caan, Kevin Zegers) (Showtime). In 2005, Nomadic Produced AMC's first scripted Original mini-series, "Broken Trail" (Robert Duvall, Thomas Haden Church), which in 2007, went on to be nominated for 16 Primetime Emmys(R), winning four awards including Best Mini-Series. In 2014 & 2015, Nomadic's Chad Oakes & Mike Frislev took home an Emmy(R), a Golden Globe(R), a Television Critic's Award and a Producers Guild Award for Best Mini-series with "Fargo" (Billy Bob Thorton, Martin Freeman, Colin Hanks, Alison Tolman) (FX/MGM). In 2016 & 2017, "Fargo" Season 2 and 3 received a combined Thirty-Four Emmy nominations, including Emmy's noms for Best Mini-series.

In 2019, Nomadic produced Season 4 of "Van Helsing" (SYFY/Netflix/SuperEcran), Season 2 of "The Order" (Netflix), two pilots "Chad" (TBS/Turner) & "Ride or Die" (PopTV) and the Feature "LAND" (Focus Features/Big Beach).





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