‘Da Vinci’s Demons’ Trailer For Season 2, First Photos

Da Vinci's Demons Season 2 trailer debut, plus first photos

Da Vinci’s Demons Season 2 has a new trailer and it won’t disappoint the fans of the hit series who have been patiently waiting.

The clip called “Where destiny ends, his journey begins” shows Leonardo taking a trip to the new world, South America, specifically Macchu Picchu, as promised by creator David S. Goyer.

Fans attending the New York Comic Con where among the first to witness what the new and exciting season, which is being filmed in Swansea, Wales brings forth.

“I always pitched Starz that the show would ultimately be kind of a road show,” Goyer says. “I described it as this secret history of the man who invented the future and, by extension, the secret history of the world. That means you can’t just stay in Florence.

The end of the very successful Season 1 saw Leonardo (Tom Riley) entering into conflict with ancient Incan Tribes.

Da Vinci’s Demons is a new take on the multifaceted Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer.

This is a more “modern” approach to the man many know as the author of remarkable pieces of art, but who had so many other facets to his personality.

Da Vinci has aligned himself with the powerful Medicis, one of the most influential families in the history of Italy, together they are fighting the greedy Catholic Church which will stop at nothing to gain the power it seeks.

Goyer compares his Leonardo with the very adventurous and modern Indiana Jones and comments that the trip to Macchu Picchu gives our hero the opportunity to “lean into the Raiders of the Lost Ark stuff, but da Vinci himself is in a much more obsessive, darker place this season.”

The scribe said Starz was someone skeptical of taking Leonardo on a trip to America, but after seeing a cut of the first couple of episodes of Da Vinci’s Demons, they were sold saying, “Wow. Now we’re cool if you take da Vinci anywhere. ”