Taboo Season 2: Is It Canceled After Initial Season?

Drama series Taboo made its debut on the BBC in 2017. After the success of the series, the network renewed the drama series for two more seasons. It has been more than three years since the first season of Taboo, and the followers of the show wonder if the series has been canceled by the network.

Taboo: Is The Second Season Of The Drama Series On The Cards?

The first season of Taboo made its debut on BBC in 2017. The series was renewed for two more seasons by the network. It has been three years, but the BBC is yet to announce the release date of the second season of the drama series.

Taboo Season 2: Arrival Date And What We Know About It


Taboo: When Will The Second Season Of The Drama Series Will Release?

The writer of Taboo, Steven Knight, has been working on the script for the second season for some time now. In 2019, the writer revealed that he had almost finished the work on the script. But, he was not sure when the work on the second season will begin. The production work was to begin by late 2019 or early 2024. To date, there is no news on the status of the second season of Taboo.

Taboo: Why Is The Second Season Of The Series Facing A Delay?

Taboo stars Tom Hardy as the lead, with Steven Knight as the writer. Both of them have been busy with other projects. Steven Knight has been working on his other shows like Peaky Blinders. He was the director of Anne Hathway and Matthew McConaughey’s starer film Serenity. Knight was also working on a project for Apple TV+.

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After the first season Taboo, Tom Hardy started working in Venom. He later was a part of BBC’s A Christmas Carol. The actor is currently working on the sequel to his hit movie Venom.

What Is Known About Taboo?

Taboo takes the viewers back to 1814. After twelve years, James Delaney returns to England with a few stolen diamonds. He was in Africa and returned after the death of his father. The series brings forth the dark side of London in the nineteenth century.

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Kane Dane

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