There is not any word on when season two of the Messiah will hit on our screens.
It is likely since Netflix waits about one month following a program that was published to announce whether it is going to return for another series, we will hear more.
Dependent on year one’s launch date, it would not be from the ordinary to imply that New Year’s Day could be dropped on by season two 2021.
Or buffs might be made to wait longer the founders opt to make it -.
Fans will probably be praying to get a confirmation shortly… watch this space.
What is the plot of Messiah season two?
The research into the mysterious and strange powers of Al-Masih looks set to rage on, with many more clues being revealed to uncover that he is.
His set of followers will continue to get larger and the question today is whether Al-Masih (Mehdi Dehbi) may use his people to do good in the world, or poor.
It is expected that the extent of the Messiah will grow in season two like the world finds out more about the incredible powers that Al-Masih has in his locker.
When the key of his true individuality comes out, will enemy forces hatch plans to attempt to take him down?
Some fans believe he is the Antichrist rather than the Messiah – but whatever the fact he was able to possess healing powers in the series one finale.
Does Messiah season one finish?
CIA Agent Eva Gellar (played by Michelle Monaghan) has never believed that Al-Masih is anything but a dangerous con artist.
And while digging into his background, she thinks she uncovers proof to finally prove he isn’t the Messiah.
It turns out, Al-Masih’s real title is Payam Golshiri.
He was born in Iran and raised with his brother with his criminal uncle – an illusionist who conned people out of their cash.
During discussions with the CIA, his brother reveals his professional magician uncle passed behind his suggestions – could this be how Al-Masih managed to walk on water? Was it an illusion?
It seems so – before the last incident that is if Al-Masih is included in a plane crash together with Mossad agent Aviram Dahan (played with Tomer Sisley).
Following the crash – that should have killed all on board – fans watched Aviram wake up at a floral field.
Seconds later, a shepherd boy named Malik (played by Amine Zarak) tactics him to reveal that he’d expired but Al-Masih brought him back to life.
He sees Al-Masih appearing to revive the officers on board the plane If he looks over.
Has Aviram been transformed? Or has Aviram?
We are going to have to wait till season two is published on Netflix to learn.