Gangs Of London Director Says He's Already Got Ideas For Season Two
The director of new Sky drama Gangs of London has revealed the show has potential for life after the current series, having said there are many 'loose ends' that a second season could address.
Directed by Gareth Evans (The Raid), Corin Hardy and Xavier Gens, the nine-part gangland thriller follows the turbulent power struggles of London's criminal underworld, after the head of the city's most powerful family is assassinated.
After all nine episodes dropped on Sky, it didn't take long for fans to race through the first instalment - before inevitably questioning if and when we'd be getting round two.
One person tweeted: "Cannot believe that Gangs of London has just ended like that?! There has to be a season 2?!"
Another added: "Just watched last two episodes of Gangs of London....... Please tell me that end has left it open for season 2?????"
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Well, we recently sat down with Evans, and asked if he had any ideas for a future after the current series.
While he remained fairly coy, Evans did admit he felt there are various 'loose ends' that could be picked up after season one ends.
He told LADbible: "Obviously when we were designing it, as with anything you design the long form - you're looking at 'what can the future hold' and 'where can the story continue to go and develop'. And I think that by the time audiences get to where the show ends in season one, they'll know that there are so many different ways that it could play out.
"I'm keeping super vague, I'm so sorry! But there's lots of trailing loose ends of things that are all kind of like... You'd be curious to where those characters end up, and what becomes of them when you get to season two."
Actor Sope Dirisu, who plays Elliot Finch, added: "But the only way we'll find out is if people watch it and enjoy it! The audience will have to come with us and see."
Season one of Gangs of London is available to watch now on Sky.
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