3 Scenes Percy Jackson Fans Crave to See in Upcoming TV Show

3 Scenes Percy Jackson Fans Crave to See in Upcoming TV Show
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The shooting of season 1 hasn't even started yet, but the Percy Jackson fandom has already mapped out plans for the entire saga.

Camp Half-Blood fans cannot be more excited to see the new screen adaptation of the Percy Jackson book series, which is due to start filming in early June. People are so hyped they are already imagining the upcoming TV series 'Percy Jackson and the Olympians' being greenlit for more than just one season and therefore covering more events from the books.

While the chronology of the show remains unclear, fans are confident it will follow the book's order – so they have already listed the scenes from the books they want to see on screen.

'I Can See the Stars Again'

If you too cried when you read about Zoe Nightshade giving her life when fighting alongside Artemis and her Hunters, then you might also want to start emotionally preparing yourself in case the TV show will get to adapt the events of 'Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse'.

Battle of Manhattan

Not to spoil or anything (the books have been available for this whole time), but Percy's adventure in the demigod world eventually escalated into a full-scale war between Gods and Titans, and the Battle of Manhattan was the epic culmination of book five, 'Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian'.

Naturally, it has the potential to absolutely blow away fans' minds – and they can feel it, even though it's clear that we will have to wait a long time before we get to see it on screen.

The scene when Percy sits on Poseidon's throne? Yes please.

Clarisse, the daughter of Ares, defeating the drakon and gaining a blessing from her father? Sign us up.

Son of Neptune

Technically, it is not a scene, but a whole compilation of scenes that has to be called a whole separate season, because 'Son of Neptune' is a separate book series that features Percy Jackson who lost all his memories shortly after the battle for Olympus. As you can see from the title, it is sprinkled with some Roman mythology. The whole memory-loss thing will eventually be a master-plan to unite the two demigod camps – those with the children of the Greek gods and those who descend from the Roman gods.

It is a very far-reaching waiting goal to set, but there are no quitters in this fandom.