‘Taboo’ Season 2 Starts Production Late 2019 or Early 2020

Jan 12, 2019

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In an interview with Collider, Steven Knight confirmed that ‘Taboo season 2 is definitely happening. The eight episode second season is “almost completed” in terms of the writing stage. The season will hopefully go into production in late 2019 or early 2020.

Knight also confirmed that ‘Taboo‘ is currently designed to have a three-season arc:

“If we all stick with it and we all want to keep doing it, it would be three [seasons]. That’s my plan. Because I’ve got a geographical sort of route for the thing to take. It’s basically a journey west. I have a destination in mind, which is always nice to have if you’re setting off on this big journey, which is what writing three eight-hours is. It’s good to know where you’re headed.”

‘Taboo’ is just one part of a long-running creative partnership between Knight and Hardy. Hardy starred in the filmmaker’s 2013 thriller ‘Locke’ and joined the cast of ‘Peaky Blinders’ for the series’ fourth season. According to Knight, the team-up gels so well because both writer and actor are both so singularly focused on the material:

“I think it works because we don’t socialize. We do occasionally but not very often. I think the relationship is totally about the work. The great thing about Tom is that’s his passion, the work. The acting. He’s not a fan of celebrity. But he just loves to act. He loves the process and the craft. For me, to have him occasionally available to do roles that you’ve written is wonderful because you know you can trust someone to really deliver what you do.

Locke and Taboo came about because of each other, where I was invited to meet with Tom to talk about writing this thing, Taboo, and I was developing Locke. Tom was parking his car and I spoke to his manager and said, ‘Do you mind if I mention this project?’…so we did a deal where he would do Locke if I did Taboo.”

The first season of Taboo premiered on January 10, 2017. Hopefully the three year wait will be worth it!

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Source: Collider

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