Taboo Season 2 Updates: Taboo is a political thriller television series produced by Scott Free London and Hardy Son and Baker. The first season has 8 episodes and the second season was announced in March 2017.
Taboo aired on FX in the United States on 10 Jan 2017 and on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 7 Jan 2017. This is historical fiction is directed by Anders Engstrom and Kristoffer Nyholm and is based on a story written by Tom and Chips Hardy.
This series received favorable reviews praising Hardy’s performance, pacing, and visual representation. Season one debut episode had 1.839 million viewers. This amazing show has a 78% rating based on 45 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and an 8.4/10 rating on IMDb.
Season one is about James Keziah Delaney returns to London during the 1812 war to rebuild his father’s shipping Empire. His biggest competitors want him to fail at any cost or murder him.
Taboo won 8 awards and 14 nominations(two primetime Emmys, Bafta TV Craft 2018, British Film Designers Guild Awards 2017, Golden Trailer Awards 2017, Hollywood Post Alliance, US 2017, Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2018, Royal Television Society, UK 2018, Visual Effects Society Awards 2018)
Taboo Season 2
Nicholas Woodeson as Robert Thoyt
Jason Watkins as Solomon Coop
Jonathan Pryce as Sir Stuart Stranger
Marina Kelly as Countless Musgrove
Tom Hollander as Dr George Cholmondeley
Michael Kelly as Edgar Dumbarton
Franka Potente as Helga Von Hinten
Edward Hogg as Michael Godfrey
David Hayman as Brace
Jefferson Hall as Thorne Geary
Jessie Buckley as Lorna DelaneyImage Source: Digital Spy
Leo Bill as Benjamin Wilton
Tom Hardy as James Keziah Delaney
Louis Ashbourne Serkis as Robert
Lucian Masmati as George Chichester
Danny Ligairi as Martinez
Roger Ashton- Griffiths as Abraham Appleby
Christopher Fairbank as Ibbotson
Mark Gatiss as Prince George
Tallulah Rose Haddon as Pearl
Scroobius Pip as French Bill
“In my mind, explosive stuff is going to happen, which will be great,” and “There’s a great destination for it, but I don’t know if we’re in a position to talk about the actual details of it.”
Said Steven Knight, head of drama at BBC when asked about the storyline of season two. The second Season promises “daring and different”. He also added “I can feel the three acts.
The first was ‘the escape’. The second will be ‘the journey’ and the third will be ‘the arrival’, and that’ll be it. I don’t think the story will be what viewers are expecting, but hopefully, they’ll enjoy it.”