As Netflix continues to expand its shows by introducing audiences to more and more none English shows, over the past few years, not only English series but non-English series like Dark(German), Hellbound(Korean), Marianne(French). Many other language series has taken audiences by surprise and become massive successes.

Like these shows, the recently released Polish show, Cracow monsters AKA Krakowskie pottery, is here to amaze the audiences with its unique horror story.

The polish supernatural Thriller series Cracow monsters are based on polish mythology.
The show was created for the Streaming service Netflix, and Kasia Adamik and Olga Chajdas directed the show. Anna Svenska, Gaja Grzegorzewska, and Magdalena Lankosz served as showrunners.

Cracow Monsters was released on March 18, 2022, on Netflix with all of its Eight episodes. The running time for each episode is approximately 55 minutes.

The show features Andrzej Chyra (Professor Zawadzki), Barbara Liberek (Alex), Anna Paliga (Iliana), Kaja Chan (Hania), Stanisław Cywka (Birdy), Maja Chan (Basia), Stanisław Linowski (Lucky), Mateusz Górski (Antoni), Daniel Namiotko (Gigi) and Małgorzata Bela (Aitwar) as the main character of the series.

The plot of the series follows the story of a young woman in Kraków, who had a mysterious past. She joins a team of medical students led by an enigmatic professor who solves supernatural mysteries.

As the show was released recently, Netflix is silent about the renewal status of the show.
We can assume that Netflix might take some time to consider the show’s renewal, one of the main factors for considering the series for season 2 is its success.

It’s too early to say whether the show is a massive hit or not, but it seems like the audiences are quite liking the show.

If we get a season 2, there are chances that it will be released next year, or maybe in late 2023. Meanwhile, we can stream season 1 on Netflix.

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