Season 2 of Our Flag Means Death has finished filming. A historical comedy series called Our Flag Means Death is set in the 18th century’s “Golden Age of Piracy.” The show got widespread praise from the critics, especially for its significant LGBTQ+ representation, which included three prominent gay couples and a nonbinary character. The series debuted in March, and in June it received a season 2 renewal. Our Flag Means Death season 2 is anticipated to be released some time in 2023, while there is no official release date as of yet.
Our Flag Means Death season 2 has finished filming, as evidenced by photographs that writer David Jenkins and actor Samba Schutte shared on Twitter. “That’s a wrap, my dudes”, Jenkins said with a photo of a ship’s deck. Using an image of a film slate, Schutte “That’s a wrap!” and “Our Flag Means Death II” are written on it, along with the caption “Absolute gratitude, honour, joy, and love for the greatest cast and crew. Oh the things to come.”
According to Waititi, the second season of Our Flag Means Death started filming in New Zealand in late September. Because Los Angeles was the only location for Season 1, less of the setting will be created in post-production for Season 2. Despite the lack of official narrative information for Our Flag Means Death season 2, Jenkins uploaded a terrifying Instagram photo in August showing two mermaid bones almost holding hands. Jenkins captioned the image, “Wrecking your ship in 2023,” an allusion to the friendship between Bonnet and Blackbeard.
With Bonnet going back to his wife and Blackbeard going into a deep despair before coming out of it determined to become the most dreaded pirate captain ever, the season 1 conclusion left viewers on a huge cliffhanger. Blackbeard threw Lucius (Nathan Foad) overboard, leaving his fate in doubt, in an effort to get rid of anything that reminded him of Bonnet. One of the primary issues in season 2 of Our Flag Means Death will undoubtedly be the struggle between Bonnet and Blackbeard.