BRITANNIA stormed onto our screens with it's first season but the finale left a lot of questions unanswered.
And now the Sky Atlantic show is returning, hopefully with some answers! Here's what we know about the second season that starts TONIGHT (November 7.)
Britannia is returning for a second seriesCredit: �Sky UK Ltd
What is Britannia about and when's it on?
Britannia tells the story of the Roman Imperial Army of 43AD, and their determination to take over the Celtic heart of Britannia.
However, the land in question is ruled by warrior women and druids who threaten to conjure forces of the underworld in a bid to save their precious country.
The Roman Army is led by General Aurus, who will stop at nothing to achieve his goal.
Sky Atlantic and Amazon signed a co-hosting deal to the rights of the show.
You can catch the first episode of the second series on November 7, 2019 on Sky Atlantic.
The second season will be spread over ten episodes.
And if you're a Sky or Now TV customer you can watch the entire series as a box set immediately after the first episode has been broadcast.
Britannia tells the story of the Roman Imperial Army of 43AD, and their determination to take over the Celtic heart of BritanniaCredit: ©Sky UK LTD
Who is in the series two cast?
David Morrissey ( General Aulus Plautius)
David, 55, is a BAFTA Nominated actor who works in both film and television.
His credits include played The Governor in FX series The Walking Dead, Colonel Brandon in Sense and Sensibility and Ripley Holden in Blackpool.
The star has been married to novelist Esther Freud since 2006 and the couple has three children together.
He studied his craft at RADA.
David Morrissey as General Aulus PlautiusCredit: Sky Atlantic
Eleanor Worthington-Cox (Celtic Queen Amena)
Eleanor is a British actress from Merseyside who was born on 21 June 2001.
She is best known for starring as the lead role in Matilda the musical, for which she won a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress - making her, at ten-years-old, the youngest ever recipient of the prestigious award.
The young actress also received a Bafta nod for her portrayal of Janet Hodgson in The Enfield Haunting.
Since the age of 2, Eleanor has been training at the Formby School of Performing Arts.
Eleanor Worthington-Cox plays Celtic Queen AmenaCredit: Getty - Contributor
Kelly Reilly (Kerra) ?
Kelly is a 42-year-old actress born in Surrey, England.
In a career spanning 22-years, she has taken on roles including Caroline Bingley in Pride and Prejudice, Jordan Semyon in True Detective and Maureen in Mrs Henderson Presents.
She has been married to husband Kyle Baugher since 2012.
Kelly's character Kerra appeared to be killed in the finale - but is it really the end of the road for the character?
Kelly Reilly played KerraCredit: Sky UK Ltd
Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Divis)
Nikolaj is a 46-year-old Danish actor who has appeared in both English and foreign cinema.
In 2009, he appeared as an Assassin in the film adaptation of Dan Brown's Angels and Demons.
He also appeared in hit 2012 thriller series The Killing.
Nikolaj married his wife Anne Langkilde in 2008.
Nikolaj Lie Kaas plays DivisCredit: Getty - Contributor
Liana Cornell (Ania)
Liana, 29, is an actress from Byron Bay, Australia.
The star is the daughter of two actors and TV presenters - Delvene Delany and John Cornell.
She has previously appeared alongside David in 2016's Wolf Creek.
Liana Cornell plays AniaCredit: Sky
Mackenzie Crook (Veran)
Mackenzie Cook, 48, first got his break as the hapless but lovable Gareth Keenan in Ricky Gervais' series, The Office.
Since then, he has appeared as a cursed seaman of the Black Pearl in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.
He has also appeared as Oreell in Game of Thrones.
Mackenzie Crook as VeranCredit: �Sky UK Ltd
Zoe Wanamaker (Queen Antedia)
Zoe Wanamaker, CBE, 70, was born May 13, 1949, and is a British actress of American descent.
She was born in New York City but her family moved to England when she was young.
Zoe is best known for playing the eccentric Susan Harper in the long-running sitcom My Family (2000–2011).
Other TV shows include Love Hurts, Agatha Christie's Poirot and Mr Selfridge.
Zoe Wanamaker as Queen AntediaCredit: ©Sky UK Ltd
How did the last season end?
Season One ended with the Cantii close to meeting its demise with the Roman Empire boldly waging on.
But the most shocking part of the show's ending was Queen Kerra meeting her untimely death at the hands of General Aulus Plautius. But is it all as it seems?
And could she actually be making a return a la Game of Thrones' Jon Snow?
And Druid Divis also had a pretty horrible experience after being stabbed multiple times and discarded into the river.
But he wasn't the only one, poor Cait spent a large part of the finale buried alive.
The first season, more than anything, left many questions unanswered - perhaps to procure a second instalment of the show.
So it remains to be seen what happens to the characters as the lingering confusions get their solutions.
Where is Britannia filmed?
To make Britannia as authentic as possible, cast and crew flew all over the world, filming in various different locations.
The show features beautiful coastal scenery - some of which is CGI, and some backdrop locations include the Czech Republic and Wales.
Ten large sets were built for the drama, and more than 20 locations feature in the series.
Producers also had a copy of Stonehenge made, along with dwellings and a meadow near Mořinka, which is in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Production also headed to Velká Amerika, an abandoned limestone quarry near Mořina village. The old quarry of Alkazar was also used, along with its system of underground tunnels.
Filming also took place in the Prachov Rocks area near Hrubá Skála.
They also filmed horse riding shots at in Gower Peninsula, South Wales.