The Librarians: Strange Fiction for Season Two

I know no one likes to be shouted at, especially on the internet, but seriously, WHY aren’t you watching The Librarians yet? This TNT series is one of the best shows to come out within the past year! And to prep you for the upcoming second season, Hulu has acquired exclusive streaming rights so you can binge-watch!

Don’t have a Hulu subscription? Don’t worry, TNT will be marathoning The Librarian movies this Friday and the first season on Saturday. 6pm Eastern time on October 30th, you can watch Quest for the Spear, Return to King Solomon’s Mines, and The Judas Chalice back to back. And in consideration of the human need to sleep, TNT isn’t marathoning Season One until 10am on the 31st. So you’ll be all caught up in time for the Season Two premiere on November 1st.

What are you waiting for? Get out  there and watch The Librarians! If by some chance you aren’t sated, come back here and I’ll give you a sneak peek of what’s ahead of Season Two.

When we last saw our heroes, the LITS “graduated” with Flynn and Eve’s approval after saving the world from Dulaque’s alternate timeline. While the three new Librarians went to pursue their own cases, Flynn and Eve finally had the chance to pursue their relationship.

“…And the Drowned Book,” the first episode of November 1st’s two-hour premiere, involves the gang reuniting for the first time in months to investigate a storm that has parked itself over Manhattan. It’s the start of a face-off against several literary characters come to life, including Prospero, Frankenstein’s Monster, and Moriarty.


Fictional characters look like a popular theme for the season, so Prospero and company may not be limited to the premiere. Maybe we’ll even glimpse something out of H.P. Lovecraft? That recurring tentacle in the promos has to mean something. Personlly, I’m more excited by what looks like Cassandra doing magic?! I have all these theories about how AU!Cassandra in last season’s finale may still happen in some aspect to our dear Cassie. I’m also holding out hope that we’ll see Morgan LeFay again. tentaclemonster_gif

If you’ve got the Librarians bug as much as me, I’d love to hear your thoughts! Or, if you need something else to do, tweet #Librarians4PCA to promote the show and Rebecca Romijn for The People’s Choice Awards. Finalist voting opens November 3rd.


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