It’s been three years when the period drama series Taboo released on BBC. It features Venom star Tom Hardy in the main lead. The series is formed by Steven Knight, Tom Hardy, and his dad, Chips Hardy. It received praise from critics and audiences for the performance of Hardy, especially and the story of the series.
Soon after the premiere of the first season, the series was renewed for the second season. Here’s everything to know regarding Taboo season 2:
What Did Will Happen In Taboo Season 2?
The period drama series Taboo takes the audience back in 1814 and shows the story of a man named James Delaney (Tom Hardy), who arrived in England after 12 years living in Africa with fourteen seized diamonds, following the demise of his father. The show also unveiled the dark view of London in the 19th century.
Now, in the second season, everything will pick up soon after the events of season one, and James Delaney and his colleagues will go westward to Ponta Delgada to only move to US intelligence agent Colonnade.
When Will Taboo Season 2 Release?
Fans have been waiting for the second season for three years. The new season is facing delay because of the busy schedule of Tom Hardy and Steven Knight. Both are busy with other projects. Also, there is no premiere date reveal for season two of Taboo till now. Even the filming for it is not begun.
Let’s hope after the long pause it will finally release soon as fans are expecting the new season for a very long time.
Is There Any Trailer For Taboo Season 2?
The trailer for the second season is not released, but while waiting for it you can watch the trailer for season 1 of Taboo:
Who Will Feature In Taboo Season 2?
Our favorite star Tom Hardy will return as James Keziah Delaney for the upcoming season. Without him, the second season is not possible. Alongside him these stars will also return in season 2 of Taboo:
- Stephen Graham as Atticus
- David Hayman as Brace
- Jessie Buckley as Lorna Delaney
- Mark Gatiss as the Prince Regent
- Jason Watkins as Solomon Coop
- Edward Hogg as Michael Godfrey
- Nicholas Woodeson as Robert Thoyt