The murder mystery British crime drama series Harry Wild premiered in April. Set in Ireland, the series follows the titular retired literature professor, who finds a passion in solving crimes with her son, police detective, Charlie. Season one of the show has been well received by fans and critics alike. And now these fans are waiting for Harry Wild season 2.
Will there be Harry Wild season 2?
The entire first season of Harry Wild premiered on Acorn TV and Amazon Prime Video on April 4, 2022. On the other hand, as for the show’s second season, there is some good news for fans of the show. A few days ago, Acorn TV officially announced the show’s second season.
The network’s official Instagram handle shared a video of Jane Seymour confirming that Harry Wild Season 2 will return. In the video, she also confirmed that the next season will premiere next year, as she said, see you in 2023. However, no updates on the second season’s production schedule have been shared at this time.
Who’s in the cast?
The cast of the crime drama series stars Rohan Nedd as Fergus Reid, Kevin Ryan as Charlie Wild and Ciara O’Callaghan as Vivan Maynard Thackeray. In addition, there is Stuart Graham who plays Ray Tiernan, Rose O’Neill who plays Lola Wild, and Jane Seymour in the titular role of Harry Wild. Additionally, Danielle Ryan stars as Vicky Boyle, Anthony Delaney appears as Jordan MacDonald, and Amy Huberman plays Orla Wild.
Then there’s Morgan Jones as Graham Gray, Paul Tylak as Glenn Talbot and Maghnús Foy as Gillen Bradley. If the show is renewed for Harry Wild season 2, we’ll see the return of almost all of the cast members from the first season. At the same time, the show may introduce some new characters in the second season.
Is Harry Wild a real story?
The Harry Wild crime drama series is filled with multi-layered characters and realistic storylines. As a result, many fans wonder if the show is based on real incidents. However, it is not true; the show is not based on a real story.
However, the similarities between Harry Wild and fictional figures like Nancy Drew and Sherlock Holmes are undeniable. They also have a propensity for inquiry. Jane Seymour, who plays the title character, said David Logan came up with the premise for the program, and she found it very relatable when she discussed it with the New York Post. They talked for four hours to decide if they wanted to work together. Moreover, they could not stop developing the concept and coming up with new ideas.
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