Sisi Season 2: Start date of RTL+ series announced – Christmas feast with the empress

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Sisi” returns to RTL+ with a 2nd season. The streaming service now announced when the Empress will be streaming, but also on TV.

  • The event series “Sisi season 2” received an extension for another six episodes directly after the start of the first season, and now the start date has been announced.
  • For the new season, the old cast will return to the set, but newcomers will also be seen at the empress’s side.
  • At the beginning of season 2, Sisi finds herself caught between two men, and the birth of her son leads to power struggles in Europe.

Season 1 of the event series “Sisi” had not even started on streaming service RTL+, when the service already extended the series by a 2nd season. This will be in keeping with tradition and will be released during the Christmas season in 2022.

Sisi Season 2: Release date

Sisi Season 2: Start Date Of Rtl+ Series Announced - Christmas Feast With The Empress
Sisi © RTL

The 2nd season “Sisi” will start on December 16, 2022 on RTL+ in the stream. In the process, the six new episodes will all be released in one go. In parallel, the free TV channel Vox will show the first season again on December 16, 2022, starting at 8:15 pm. On TV, the second season will also be released. Between the holidays on December 27 and 28, three episodes each will run from 8:15 p.m. on RTL.

Sisi Season 2: Plot

Sisi Season 2: Start Date Of Rtl+ Series Announced - Christmas Feast With The Empress

Actually, the birth of their son and heir to the throne should make happiness perfect for Sisi and Franz. Instead, that joyous moment is the impetus for power struggles in Europe and the beginning of numerous private challenges for the couple. Otto von Bismarck threatens to drive Austria into a new war.

Sisi tries with all her might to be there for her husband and her people. Although she loves Franz dearly and demonstrates her diplomatic tact time and again, personal happiness does not seem to be granted to the empress. Sisi’s life remains that of a bird in a golden cage.

When she has to travel to Hungary on a political mission, she encounters the untamed expanses of the Puszta, the simple life of the people and a man with whom one can steal horses: Count Andrássy. Torn between her husband and the rebel leader, Sisi is eventually faced with a difficult decision.

Sisi Season 2: Trailer

So far, there is no trailer or other moving footage for “Sisi” season 2, but since a start date for the series has been announced, this should follow soon.

Sisi Season 2: Cast

Also in season 2 we will see Dominique Devenport (“Der Passfälscher”) as Sisi and Jannik Schümann (“Charitè”) as Franz again.

Julia Stemberger (“Schächten”) as Sisi’s mother, Duchess Ludovica in Bavaria, “Bad Banks” actress Désirée Nosbusch as Franz’s mother, Archduchess Sophie, Tanja Schleiff (“In aller Freundschaft”) as Countess Esterhazy and Marcus Grüsser (“SOKO München”) as Sisi’s father, Duke Max in Bavaria, are also back.

In addition, Pauline Rénevier (“Das Weiße Haus am Rhein”) as Duchess Helene in Bavaria, Sisi’s sister, and David Korbmann (“Notruf Hafenkante”) as Count Grünne are back in front of the camera.

The following actors are new to the cast: Murathan Muslu (“Vorstadtweiber”, “Risse im Beton”) as Hungarian rebel leader Ödön Körtek. Romy Schroeder (“Wolke unterm Dach”) plays Marie, the daughter of Sisi’s maid Fanny, who was hanged for treason in season 1.

Amanda Da Gloria (“Tanze Tango mit mir”) stars as Countess Emanuelle Andrássy, the sister of Count Andrássy. Bernd Hölscher (“Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull”) takes on the role of Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian prime minister, chancellor of the North German Confederation and, from 1871, chancellor of the German Empire.

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