Gangs of London gained immense popularity since its release in April on Sky Atlantic this year. It is a British action-crime drama, conceived by Gareth Evans along with Matt Flannery, built around the sprawling rivalries among criminals engaging in present-day London. Here is everything you need to know about Gangs of London Season 2
Gangs of London Season 2: How all of it begins?
Joe Cole, known for his part as John Shelby in Peaky Blinders, appears as Sean Wallace in the series. His character is driven by wrath as he seeks vengeance for his father, Finn Wallace’s murder. The storyline is dark and gripping, not to forget the thoroughly detailed action scenes. The reel action seemed real because of the thoughtfully laid-out use of the screen.
What comes next!
The audience’s response to the first season was baffling and soared the demands for Season 2 of the series.
“Not only is Gangs of London Sky’s most binged premiere box-set this year, but it’s the biggest original drama launch on Sky Atlantic of the past five years,” said Sky UK’s managing director of content Zai Bennett.
The first season left many questions hanging in the air and a lot of loose ends. All of these unsecured ties will evolve into the second season. It has a lot of possibilities to explore and unravel to bind it all together.
The uncertainty of Sean Wallace’s death is an enigma that might lead the plot for the next step.
The actions of Laun in season one will have its own repercussion in season two. The undercover cop Elliot is a character that will be knitted deeply in the upcoming season, probably falling into the pit of a darker side of his role. The fishy investors pulling strings, from around the corner, might get involved deeply in the process of moving forward.
Gangs of London Season 2: When will it air?
The pandemic has affected the production of tv series so, the wait will be a little stretched. Season 2 will supposedly air in the year 2022, considering the dispositions that will go into its making. Evans told Radio Times that season one “took us three years to get this one designed and done and out,” so we’d rule out 2021.