"The Order" is a Canadian-American horror drama streaming television series directed by Leslie Hope, Kristin Lehman, David Von Ancken and Dennis Heaton.
The starring cast includes Jake Manley, Sarah Grey, Matt Frewer, Max Martini, Louriza Tronco, Adam DiMarco, Katharine Isabelle, Sam Trammell, Aaron Hale, Devery Jacobs and others.
Here are "The Order" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for The Order TV series?
Netflix on Monday, June 15, 2020 released the trailer for "The Order" you can watch here:
The Order Season 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is The Order TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "The Order" TV series plot summary.
The Order follows college student Jack Morton (Jake Manley) as he joins the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose, a secret society that teaches and practices magic. As Jack goes deeper into the organization's history, he uncovers dark family secrets and an underground battle between werewolves and the magical dark arts.
Who plays who in the The Order TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "The Order" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Jake Manley as Jack Morton a freshman college student at Belgrave University and a new recruit
Sarah Grey as Alyssa Drake a college student and university tour guide and a medicum of the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose
Matt Frewer as Pete "Pops" Morton (season 1), Jack's grandfather
Max Martini as Edward Coventry (season 1), Jack's estranged father and the grand magus of the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose
Louriza Tronco as Gabrielle Dupres (season 2, recurring season 1), an acolyte in the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose
Adam DiMarco as Randall Carpio one of the resident advisors at Belgrave University and a member of the Knights of Saint Christopher
Katharine Isabelle as Vera Stone the chancellor at Belgrave University and a former temple magus and current grand magus of the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose
Sam Trammell as Eric Clarke (season 1, guest season 2), an Ethics professor at Belgrave University
Aaron Hale as Brandon Caruthers an acolyte in the Order
Devery Jacobs as Lilith Bathory a student at Belgrave University and a member of the Knights of Saint Christopher
Thomas Elms as Hamish Duke a teaching assistant at Belgrave University and a member of the Knights of Saint Christopher
Jedidiah Goodacre as Kyle (season 1, guest season 2), a Magistratus of the Order and Brandon's mentor
Kayla Heller as Selena Durov a Magistratus and one of the Order's most promising members
Sean Depner as Jonas a Magistratus of the Order and Gabrielle's mentor
Françoise Yip as Elizabeth Kepler member of the Order and Gnostic Council
Christian Michael Cooper as Maddox Coventry Edward Coventry's son
Dylan Playfair as Clayton "Clay" Turner a golem and Jack's former roommate
Ajay Friese as Amir one of the Neophytes of the Order
Jocelyn Hudon as Ruby Speers a member of the Order and assistant to Dr. Hemmings
Ty Wood as Gregory Crain a Neophyte of the Order and son of Margaret Crain
Andres Collantes as Diego Nunez a Magistratus of the Order
Matt Visser as Weston Miller one of the Neophytes of the Order
Ian Tracey as Jurgen Sawyer
Jewel Staite as Renee Marand (and Renee Marand's unnamed sister), a necromancer and former member of the Order
Hiro Kanagawa as Detective Hayashi
Favour Onwuka as Drea Antonucci one of the Neophytes of the Order
Jodelle Ferland as Zecchia the thief demon
Ian Ziering as himself
Jason Priestley as himself
Anesha Bailey as Nicole Birch
Matty Finochio as Professor Cameron Foley
Diana Bang as Salvador Grant
Austin Anozie as Angus Carter
Madison Smith as Orbin
Keith Martin Gordey as Hemmings
Julia Benson as Benson
James Marsters as Xavier
Steve Bacic as Malachai
Francesca Bianchi as Essie
Grace Dove as Ellie
Tom Stevens as Ben
David Lennon as Robert Brown
Alex Diakun as Piper
Emily Holmes as Margaret Crain
Alison Chang as Terry Soo
Anthony Parfitt as Grand Magus
Keith Arbuthnot as Leper Creature
Nathan Jean as Marty
Mitra Suri as Housekeeper
Sasha Roiz as Rogwan
Claude Knowlton as Bennett
Rhinnan Payne as Female Student
Sandra Shapiro as Regina
Tammy Nera as Young Woman Ghoul
Mark Dozlaw as Trevor Burstyn
Bonnie Hay as Blind Woman
Mig Macario as Edgar
Braden Chase as Security Guard
Brad Kelly as Farmer
Matt Kennedy as College Dude
Kevin Adamski as Desiccated Male Student
Taylor Kare as Tyler
Tom Kirk as Demon
Kristi Taylor as Disciple Magistratus
Suniel Samra as Mascot
Drew Ray Tanner as Todd
Krista Magnusson as Police Officer
David Quinlan as Man
Katie Stuart as Teenage Girl
Julian Haig as Conquest
Jared Payne as Bellman
Olesia Shewchuk as Ballet Teacher
Emma Slipp as Bartender
Tim Donadt as Fraternity President
Natasha Kozak as Server
Guilherme Babilônia as Magistratus
Ally Battaggia as Mean Girl
Derek Kwan as Male Cheerleader
Tyson Arner as Stoned Student
Mizinga Mwinga as Narc
Ben Comin as Burned Student
James Corman as Philosophus
What are The Order filming details?
"The Order" series are produced by Nomadic Pictures.
The average duration of each episode is 42 - 51 minutes. Country of origin: Canada and United States. Original language: English.
"The Order" TV series is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.
What are critics and audiences saying about The Order TV series?
"The Order" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 57/100.
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