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It hasn't been shown on TV yet and is one of the most expensive Flemish series ever, but VRT is already ordering the second season of Arcadia.

It hasn’t been shown on TV yet and is one of the most expensive Flemish series ever, but VRT is already ordering the second season of Arcadia.

The fantasy series “Arcadia”, with Lin van Roen, Dutch Monique Hendrix and Wim Oberuk, among others, has not yet aired, but work is already underway on a second season.

The first episode of “Arcadia” has not yet been broadcast, but the behind-the-scenes work has already begun on the second season. So VRT has every confidence in its dystopian fantasy series, which, with a budget of over €1m per episode, will become one of the most expensive Flemish series ever.

Wout Desmytere

It was already clear from the announcement that public radio had high ambitions regarding Arcadia, a new fantasy series starring Lynne Van Roen, Wim O’Brock, and Jane Bervowitz as part of it. The series is a co-production with Dutch NPO and German ARD and has been shown in four countries. The first episode won’t air until 2023 on One, but production house Jonnydepony (which previously made “Black-out”) is already active.Action in the second season.

This recently earned €75,000 to support the scenario from the Flemish Audiovisual Fund. At One, they don’t want to say anything about it yet. “Everything is still in the development stage, there is nothing concrete yet,” it sounds. But it definitely shows that VRT does not intend to do that Arcadia After the end of the eight scheduled episodes. The series cost a pretty penny, with a budget of over 1 million euros per episode.

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Arcadia It is a semi-fictional series, i.e. a series that takes place in the near future. The series takes its title from a place where Flemish and Dutch people live together after a major disaster. The community has been reorganized according to a points system. The higher the number of points, the more rights and well-being you have. One family’s life is turned upside down when it is discovered that a father committed fraud to keep his daughters’ high grades. He is banished to the outside world, while his family sees her score and social standing rapidly deteriorate.

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