Season 2 of The Bureau of Magical Things is returning with its Episodes 19 & 20. These will be the final two episodes of the season. So, surely, this is something you would not want to miss. Created by Jonathan M. Shiff, this Australian Comedy TV series initially debuted on 8th July 2018. The show was initially aired on Eleven but was later brought on to Nickelodeon for the US. Soon enough, the show was moved to TeenNick. The show is starred by Kimie Tsukakoshi, Elizabeth Cullen, Mia Milnes, Julian Cullen, Christopher Sommers, and many others.
The story of The Bureau of Magical Things is set in a world where both human and magical worlds co-existed. But slowly, as technology advanced, the magical world slowly stopped existing. The fairy and magical creatures have become endangered, and someone is plotting to restore all of it. So, a girl named Kyra, along with a guy named Darra, decides to stop this person. To accomplish this mission, she must reunite all the humans, fairies, and elves. As the story progresses further, they discover an enigmatic figure with an evil goal.
The Bureau of Magical Things Season 2 Episodes 17 & 18 Recap
The Bureau of Magical Things Season is heading towards its final episodes. Here, Imogen has become suspicious of Apinya. He has realized that she is not who she claims to be. Meanwhile, Kyra attempts to make his step-father like and accept his boyfriend, Darra. During this, she also finds the identity of her real father. Then Maxwell and two keys get kidnapped. So, Kyra heads on a mission to retrieve the third key from the Bangkok warehouse. But this later turns up at the Purple Lotus, where the Magical Orb is draining all its magic. This magic is highly influential as it disrupts fairies and elves’ magic everywhere. After this, Kyra finds out about her Tri-ling heritage.
The Bureau of Magical Things Season 2 Episodes 19 & 20 Release Date and Preview
The Bureau of Magical Things Season 2 Episodes 19 & 20 are set to be released on 8th August 2021. Episodes 19 and 20 will be titled “A Desperate Plan” and “No More Secrets,” respectively. All The Bureau of Magical Things Season 2 episodes have been airing at 2 pm Australian Eastern Time, and the same will be followed for the final two episodes of the season. Each episode by The Bureau of Magical Things has a runtime of 22-24 minutes. So, get ready for the final two episodes of the season as you get to binge them one after another. The episodes have already been released, so all you need to do is head over to the show’s partner streaming platforms and watch the episodes together.
Up till now, there has been no announcement surrounding the release or production of The Bureau of Magical Things Season 3. So, the chances are that Episodes 19 and 20 could be the final episodes in the series. So, make sure not to miss the episodes. And hopefully, watch the episodes as soon as possible, in order to not be bombarded with spoilers.
We also have some previews for the final two episodes. The penultimate episode features Kyra as she attempts to get Magic Orb back from the Purple Lotus. But unfortunately, she fails, and the whole bureau gets sent back in time. Here, they make sure to try and follow the plan so that they can prevent the draining of magic from the Lotus.
In the final episode, we are about to witness the Lotus draining all magic as the existence of the magical world is exposed to humans. Now, the Bureau must do its best to destroy the Lotus and prevent the end of the Elf and Fairy races.
Where Can You Watch The Bureau of Magical Things?
You can watch The Bureau of Magical Things on Nickelodeon. If you are not able to watch the episode during its air time, you can also choose to watch it later on Netflix. Other than these alternatives, The Bureau of Magical Things is also available to stream on Sky, Paramount+, and Now TV. But, if you still cannot access any of the above-mentioned streaming platforms, you could also choose to buy or rent individual episodes or seasons of The Bureau of Magical Things. The episodes and seasons are available on video-on-demand on VUDU, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and Amazon Prime Video.