Inside the Biggest Moments of 'The Order' Season 2 & What Could Be Next

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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Season 2 of The Order.]

When two secret societies at a college deal with the paranormal, like magic (the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose) and werewolves (the Knights of Saint Christopher), there's bound to be some wild moments. Season 2 of The Order did not disappoint in terms of abnormal craziness.

Over the course of 10 episodes, the Knights joined the Order, Jack Morton (Jake Manley) was turned into a tree (by a rival magic society), Alyssa Drake (Sarah Grey) came around to the enemy's belief that spells should come without sacrifice (the practitioner's blood) and took the magic of the Order's leader Vera Stone (Katharine Isabelle), and Order member Gabrielle Dupres (Louriza Tronco) took on Midnight's hide and joined the Knights.

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In the finale, Randall Carpio (Adam DiMarco) killed the Order's Councilor Kepler (Françoise Yip) for a spell to bring fellow Knight Lilith Bathory (Devery Jacobs) back from a demon realm. (She was trapped there earlier in the season when the two societies stopped a demon that fed on fear.) When Lilith returned, she revealed she didn't want to come back, calling the realm her "home." And—shocker—Randall wasn't the only one to commit murder: Gabrielle killed Alyssa, and the season ended with Jack carrying both his ex-girlfriend's body and a spellbook into the forest.

In other words, there's quite a bit to cover in a potential Season 3. Now, it's just a matter of getting the good news. "All fingers crossed that we get the viewers, that Netflix can make that decision quickly and easily like they did last year," creator Dennis Heaton told TV Insider. (That first renewal came three weeks after Season 1 was released.) 

Below, Heaton and Manley break down some of the season's biggest moments and look ahead.

The Order, Season 2, Streaming Now, Netflix