The DC Universe is all set to put the second instalment of Pennyworth on the floors very soon. However, the fans of the show are already bracing themselves to get a potential link to the future of the series. For all of those who are not aware of what this show stands for, then seriously, you guys are missing out a lot. This article will be a discussion of the Pennyworth Season 2 and the details regarding the tie-in with the Batman that is about to happen. Make sure to read the whole article so that you do not miss out on any detail.
The series follows Alfred Pennyworth, who is a former British SAS member, who forms a protection and security company and goes to work with the father of Batman. Yes, we are talking about Thomas Wayne, the father of Bruce Wayne, back in the times of 1960 in London. EPIX Network is going to be mindful of doing the promotion in the right way. However, their important assets need to be protected and needs to be pushed in the right way.
The story of the series is similar to the origin story for the Wayne Empire, although it is not going to be that straight-forward. Here, the protagonist is not Bruce Wayne, but instead of him, it is Alfred, who will be portrayed by Jack Bannon.
Pennyworth Season 2 | New Revelations and Details
The DC FanDome is going to bring the fans closer to the crew than ever before. A panel of the cast and the creators of the show were sitting qualms directly to and from the fans of the show. Bruno Heller, the executive producer of Pennyworth, made an announcement during the conclave. He announced while answering the question that Marth Wayne, the wife of Thomas Wayne, is pregnant, and the baby in her womb is none other than the Dark Knight of the Gotham, Bruce Wayne.
Another major revelation that was made is, the addition of Lucius Fox into the series from the DCU. He is the President and the CEO of the Wayne Enterprises and Foundation, and one of the closest friends of Bruce Wayne.
The most recent shows of the DC, did not live up to the expectations, but this one is going to be closer to the Gotham city in its dark and quirky grimness.