The first season in 2016 was a huge TV hit, and fans have been begging for a sequel to The Night Manager ever since.
Now, it looks like the long-awaited season 2 of seven years is finally on the cards for BBC and Prime Video.
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Here’s everything we know about the Night Manager’s comeback so far, including the cast, plot, and when we can watch it.
When will The Night Manager season 2 air on TV?
An adaptation of the novel by John Le Carré, The Night Manager first aired in 2016 to great acclaim from critics and viewers.
now, it has been reported The second season is finally in production prime video And the BBC plans to shoot in London and South America later this year.
No air date has been announced, but it appears the series won’t be ready to air until late 2023 or early 2024.
Who will star in Season 2 of The Night Manager?
The first season of The Night Manager had an incredible star cast. Tom Hiddleston Jonathan Pine, a former soldier and night manager of a luxury hotel in Cairo who was recruited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to infiltrate arms-dealing circles.
Hiddleston is set to return for Season 2, but new cast members will have to join as many of the Season 1 cast will not be returning.
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Arms dealer Richard Roper was played by the murdered Hugh Laurie, and Pyne was shown killing his henchman Corky. Tom Hollandertowards the end of the series.
Olivia Colman played Pine’s Foreign Office boss, Angela Burr, and Elizabeth Debicki played his girlfriend, Jed.
The cast from season 1 also included David Harewood, Tobias Menzies, Russell Tobey and Neil Morrissey.
What will happen in the new series?
The codename for Season 2 is Steelworks, but the title for the new season is yet to be revealed.
The adaptation will be written again by David Farr and will be filmed in London and South America, with Pine taking on even more dangerous work, presumably for the Foreign Office.
Season 1 was based on the thriller novel of the same name, but with no sequel novel, the new season will be a completely fresh story created in the same universe of the original characters.