Wishbone TV series, starring Emma Watson, returns for its second season on Wednesday, Sept. 11.
The show will be available in the U.S. and Canada on Netflix, and in all markets where it is currently available, the series will premiere in early 2018.
The season 2 premiere, titled “A Dream,” will be followed by “I Will,” an extended episode from season 1, which was previously aired as an extended cut.
“A Wishbone,” a show about two teenage girls in a fantasy world, will also premiere in 2018.
Wishbones’ season 2 is based on the books by Danielle Carter and Matt Smith, who wrote the first book, “Wish” and the follow-up, “A Story of Love and Loss.”
The series is written and produced by David Goyer, whose work includes the “Batman” films and the “The Dark Knight Rises” trilogy.
The series will also feature a series of shorts starring the cast of the original show, which also includes Sophie Turner (as the young Lady Tremaine) and Sophie Keating Jones.