The second season of Gangs of London has been teased in first-look footage, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect.
The Sky Atlantic crime drama returns to screens in 2022 and features stars including Paapa Essiedu as Alexander Dumani and Michelle Fairley as Marian Wallace are seen in previews before the series.
Season two picks up a year after the first hiatus, and at first glance, it should be as dark and dangerous as ever.
It’s back: Gangs of London season two has been teased in the first footage, giving fans a glimpse of what’s to come (pictured by Paapa Essiedu as Alexander Dumani)
A synopsis for the series reads: “Since the collapse of the Wallace Dumani Empire, order has been lacking and the energy and chaos of a gold rush has threatened the city with an anarchy of gangs.
“As investors step in, a new gang leader is tasked with restoring the status quo.”
Back for a second stint, á¹¢á»páº¹Ì DÃ¬rÃsÃ¹ plays undercover cop Elliot Finch, who is seen wielding a gun as he embarks on another dangerous situation.
While Brian Vernel as Billy Wallace, Lucian Msamati as Ed Dumani, Orli Shuka as Luan Dushaj, Narges Rashidi as Lale, Pippa Bennett-Warner as Shannon Dumani, Asif Raza as Asif Afridi and Valene Kane as Jacqueline Robinson return.
Exciting: The crime drama Sky Atlantic returns to screens in 2022 and shows stars including Paapa Essiedu as Alexander Dumani and Michelle Fairley as Marian Wallace (pictured) are seen in previews before the series.
Meanwhile, newcomers to the drama include Waleed Zuaiter as Koba, Fady El-Sayed as Faz, Salem Kali as Basem, and Aymen Hamdouchi as Hakim.
French rapper Jasmine Armando, as Saba, is also making her acting debut.
The first series told the story of international gang power struggles in the capital and the fallout following the assassination of the head of London’s most powerful criminal family.
Intense: Back for a second stint, á¹¢á»páº¹Ì DÃ¬rÃsÃ¹ plays undercover cop Elliot Finch, who wields a gun as he embarks on another dangerous situation
Action-packed: Season two picks up a year after the first hiatus and at first glance it should be as dark and dangerous as ever (pictured in Brian Vernel as Billy Wallace)
Drama: A synopsis for the series reads: “Since the collapse of the Wallace Dumani empire, order has been lacking and the energy and chaos of a gold rush have threatened the city of a gang anarchy (photo ope Dirisu as Elliot)
Gangs of London was forced to stop filming in July after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19.
The action-crime drama, which stars Joe Cole and Sope Dirisu, took a ten-day hiatus from filming due to the positive case and the cast and crew were forced into self-isolation. .
A Sky spokesperson said RadioTimes.com at the time: âThroughout this period, the safety of our colleagues and customers remains our number one priority.
Back to see more: Brian Vernel as Billy Wallace, Orli Shuka as Luan Dushaj, Narges Rashidi as Lale (pictured) are returning
Teaser: Fans will get their fix of Gangs of London when he returns in 2022 (pictured by Lucian Msamati as Ed Dumani)
âThe production of the second season of Gangs of London has been temporarily suspended as the cast and crew are now self-isolating. We will resume production as soon as it is safe to do so.
Sky explained that only people who have been in close contact with the individual have been asked to self-isolate.
Meanwhile, Joe – who plays Sean Wallace, the son of a drug lord, on the show – has previously revealed that he took inspiration from boxing promoter Eddie Hearn before taking on the role for the first time. .
Recoil: Gangs of London was forced to end filming in July after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19. =
Not Ideal: The action-crime drama, which stars Joe Cole and Sope Dirisu, took a ten-day hiatus from filming due to the positive case
The actor explained that he was interested to see how Eddie was following in the footsteps of his father Barry Hearn, who was a major figure in British boxing in the ’80s and’ 90s.
He explained: âI was very interested in Barry Hearn’s son, Eddie.
“They are not gangsters, but you have a definite idea that he is trying to come out of his father’s shadow and I find these kinds of people fascinating. In most gangster tales, the son grows up to be his father, and this is the case in [‘Gangs of London’] but I think Sean is in conflict.
It was in June of last year that the hugely popular crime drama was recommended for a second series.
The show was one of Sky’s most successful scripted series when it aired in 2020 and will be back on screens in 2022.
Sky UK Content Director Zai Bennett said: “Not only is Gangs of London Sky this year’s most gorged first set, but it’s the biggest original drama launch on Sky Atlantic of the five. last years.
Unfortunately: Sky explained that only people who have been in close contact with the individual have been asked to self-isolate
âIt’s dark, dangerous and we’re delighted he’s coming back for a second round. Will the Wallace family be reborn, will the Dumani remain loyal to their new allies, and who is Elliot really working for?
“All of these questions and more will await Sky viewers when Gangs of London returns to screens in 2022.”
Compared to Peaky Blinders but with a modern twist, the series shocked viewers with its bloody, grainy scenes, but was hailed as a smash hit.
Its first episode was the most-watched Sky Original drama on Sky Atlantic for the past five years, and drew 2.23 million viewers in its first week alone.
The show follows London’s most powerful criminal family, whose boss is assassinated.
The show stars Colm Meaney, Joe Cole, Lucian Msamati and Sope Dirisu and Endeavor Content has negotiated the deal with AMC.
Gravelly! Its first episode was the most-watched Sky Original drama on Sky Atlantic for the past five years, and drew 2.23 million viewers in its first week alone.