Netflix is taking over [email protected] along with the cast and filmmakers behind The Order. The series made its debut on the streaming service last year and has become a sleeper hit for them. It is a little easy for things to get lost in the conversation but this show, for what it may be worth, has a perfect 100 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Now, the cast is ready to dish new details that went into the magic and monsters.

For those who tuned in, a blooper reel was shared, offering a behind the scenes look at some of the outtakes from the show. It sees the various members of the cast flubbing lines and goofing around while cameras rolled. While it doesn't get us any closer to a season 3 confirmation, it does give fans a little something new to enjoy. The team does talk about Season 3 a little bit, with fingers crossed. But Netflix hasn't officially renewed for new episodes.

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The Order returned with a second season on Netflix back in June. This panel will talk about the inspiration behind the secret society, how the characters have coped with the events of season 1, and how they were able to bring some exciting guest stars to the season. They will also discuss their favorite magical couples and answer some burning questions left unanswered after the finale.

Cast members Jake Manley (Jack), Adam DiMarco (Randall), Thomas Elms (Hamish), Devery Jacobs (Lilith), Katharine Isabelle (Vera) and Louriza Tronco (Gabrielle) are on hand for the virtual panel. Dennis Heaton, show creator and executive producer, Shelley Eriksen, executive producer and writer, as well as executive producers Chad Oakes and Mike Frislev will be there as well. Morris Chapdelaine moderates.

The show centers on college freshman Jack Morton who joins a fabled secret society known as The Order. He is then thrust into a world of magic, monsters and intrigue. As Jack goes deeper, he uncovers hidden family secrets and a battle between werewolves and the magical dark arts. Season 2 sees the lines between good and evil blur. The Knights struggle to regain the memories that were stolen from them by The Order and they crave justice. But vengeance is difficult to plan when murderous magicians, strange cults and life-threatening demons are afoot.

Heading into the panel, Netflix has not yet given the green light to season 3. Though, given the show's level of critical acclaim, and the fact that they opted to have a Comic-Con presentation for it after season 2 debuted, it seems likely the show isn't done yet. Perhaps we will get some sort of confirmation during the panel. Even though it is online this year, SDCC has a long history of surprising fans with big news.

Even though San Diego Comic-Con couldn't do its usual, massive event, they are trying to make the best of it. There are dozens of online panels covering upcoming movies, TV shows and more throughout the entire weekend. They have the added benefit of allowing anyone to watch them, not just those who were able to make the trip to San Diego. Be sure to check out The Order panel for yourself. We will be keeping up with the festivities all weekend, so be sure to keep an eye out for our further coverage of [email protected].