Earlier, Top Boy was the most popular series on British television network Channel 4. Netflix Original crime-drama Top Boy is created and penned by Ronan Bennett. Following its cancellation, there were several who considered Top Boy would never come back to the small screen.
But we should be grateful to Drake who confirmed that the series had been renewed, the Canadian rapper was a die heart fan of the show and had even given back to the whole production of season 2.
In the end, Netflix would recover the show with Drake reaming on as an executive producer. Ashley Walters came back to reprise his character as Dushane, and creator Ronan Bennett came back to write the new season.
Before Top Boy had even landed on Netflix, it was stated that two-seasons had been prepared for its renewal. It’s taken a while for any news on the making of the following season, but Netflix has now authenticated that that Top Boy will start shooting in Spring 2024.
Despite appearing in September 2019, it took Netflix longer than anticipated to revive Top Boy for a second season. It was initially announced that Top Boy was to get two seasons, but it has only just been affirmed by Netflix.
A tweet from the series’s official account confirmed, ‘We’re back. TOP BOY Season 2 begins filming this spring.’
— Top Boy (@topboynetflix) February 26, 2024
When It Will Stream on Netflix?
This totally depends on the time of the shooting, and everything that goes into the show’s post-production. A 2024 release date would have been vivid, but according to executive producer Drake, we’ll mark Top Boy come back later this year.
The best performers will be coming back to the cast of Top Boy. This has been authenticated by many different social media accounts from Netflix.
Acknowledgements to his Bafta Rising Star success, several eyes will be on artist Michael Ward, who represents Jamie. 2019 was a fabulous year for Ward who not only features in a breakout character in Top Boy but was also recognized for his acting courage in Blue Story.
Blue Story was extremely controversial in the UK gratitude to a mass brawl in Birmingham between 100 people, one of which was using a machete. The British crime-drama will introduce in cinemas in the US later this March.