Season 1 of “Vigil” ends this Thursday evening on Arte. Will this geopolitical thriller worn by Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie be entitled to a season 2?
Arte is broadcasting this Thursday evening the last 3 episodes of Vigil, an English detective series carried by Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie. This heart-pounding thriller follows Amy Silva, a detective who must solve a mysterious murder aboard the nuclear submarine HMS Vigil.
During her investigation, however, she will discover that she may not be dealing with just a simple overdose. If the last episode of Vigil offers a satisfying end to viewers, is a season 2 still possible?
A real success across the Channel with almost 12 million viewers, the BBC would be wrong to deprive itself of a second burst of episodes. And if for the moment nothing has yet been confirmed, the English magazine The Sun revealed that the network would be in talks to offer Vigil a season 2.
A source says that the BBC, knowing that it had a nugget in its hands, would be in discussion with the creator Tom Edge, in order to propose a sequel to the series. Actress Anjli Mohindra, who plays submarine doctor Tiffany Docherty, also told RadioTimes.com that he “there were discussions” regarding a new season.
Even before the launch, Tom Edge had also hinted at Vigil’s future hinting that if there is a future season, it might not be set in a submarine, with the screenwriter believing he’s done the rounds. question.
If for the moment nothing is confirmed, there is therefore a very good chance that Vigil will return for a new burst of episodes. It remains to be seen whether Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie will want to resume their roles in this possible season 2.
In the meantime, the interpreter of Amy Silva will soon be on view in season 2 of Gentleman Jack, the production of which ended in October 2021. Season 1 is already available on OCS. As for Rose Leslie, she will be in our cinemas on February 9 alongside Armie Hammer and Gal Gadot in Death on the Nile.