BBC One’s surrogacy drama The Nest just came to a close lately, enabling supporters to focus on the prospect of additional episodes. The series stars Gentleman Jack’s Sophie Rundle and Martin Compston’s Line of Duty as a wealthy few who can not conceive of a baby alone.
They look towards a troubled teenager named Kaya as a replacement, but when he performs, he sets them on a dangerous path to self-destruction. The Nest reflects on the problems faced by Glasgow and wonders who is exploited — the wealthy couple with something to drop or the business-like and insecure teen?
There is not any official announcement that The Nest will return for series two on BBC One.
The Nest was described by the writer Nicole Taylor as “the story I wanted to tell all my life,” reflecting very much how the series wraps its splendid plot very carefully in episode five.
As there is no official confirmation of the series renewal, we have to wait for some time for a release date. Based on a rough guess, we can expect it in 2021 if at all the renewal takes place soon.
The cast of The Nest season 2 will include:
- Christine Bottomley as Zoe
- Martin Compston as Dan
- Liz Ewing as Janis
- Mirren Mack as Kaya
- Sophie Rundle as Emily
Fans will be interested in hearing what happens to Kaya after the baby has been handed over to her because she can always change her mind. Should she keep Dan and Emily in touch? Will, she still has a chance to see the baby, or will she wipe her out of her memory?
Her character has a certain charm, and viewers are interested in seeing her on the other side because it’s not as bleak as she appears. A second series could track her college development, and viewers would like to see Gracie grow up to be her parent with Dan and Emily.
There is also Dan’s tale after it happened that he made money by selling drugs – another path ready to be explored further.