Percy Jackson and the Olympians' TV series on Disney+ is set for a second season, expected to premiere next winter.

The new season will adapt Rick Riordan's second book, "A Sea of Monsters."

Producer Jonathan E. Steinberg expressed a desire to start filming as soon as possible to meet the demand and ensure the second season surpasses the success of the first.

The first season of the series has been a hit, gaining popularity on Disney+ and earning positive responses from fans.

The success of the TV series marks a contrast to the disappointment of the 2010 and 2013 film adaptations starring Logan Lerman.

Producers are actively involving Rick Riordan in the production, aiming to align the show closely with the source material.

Plans for Season 2 include exploring material from books three, four, and five in the Percy Jackson series.

Season 2 will undergo changes due to the unfortunate death of Lance Reddick, who portrayed Zeus, with producers still grappling with finding a replacement for the iconic role.

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