The 2nd season of 'Mythic Quest' likely to be called 'Titan's Rift'

Rob McElhenney in Mythic Quest
Rob McElhenney in Mythic Quest (Image credit: Apple)

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  • The second season of Mythic Quest will be called Titan's Rift according to a trade publication.

Apple TV+ hit Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet is already getting a second season and now we might know what it will be called. According to trade publication Production Weekly, Mythic Quest: Titan's Rift is in the works.

First spotted by AppleInsider, the reference is the first we've seen to what the second season of the show could be called and while it doesn't give away any clues as to what we can expect, it's enough to whet the appetite for what is already a hotly anticipated season.

However, the name might well suggest that Titan's Rift will be another expansion for the show's Mythic Quest game.

The title of the show's first season, "Raven's Banquet," refers to an expansion to the eponymous "Mythic Quest" game at the center of the series. Because of that, it's likely that "Titan's Rift" will also refer to a similar plot element.

We're expecting to see the show's second season debut at some point next year and, frankly, it can't come soon enough!

Oliver Haslam

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