The writers of BBC One’s The Missing have revealed that the second season will be “even more ambitious”.
Starring James Nesbitt (The Hobbit), Frances O’Connor (Mr Selfridge) and Tcheky Karyo (GoldenEye), the abduction thriller’s first season concluded last week on BBC One.
An eight-part second season with “a new case” was announced just after the finale aired.
The show’s writers, Harry and Jack Williams, commented: “We always knew that the story of Oliver Hughes would have an ending. But in writing the first series we found there were many themes and issues we didn’t have the chance to explore.”
The added: “The response to the show has been fantastic, and we’re thrilled to be telling a brand new story which we hope will surprise and intrigue and tell an even bigger tale on an even more ambitious canvas.”
Watch the Season 2 teaser…
The teaser features a voiceover from Tcheky Karyo as Julien Baptiste, but it has not been confirmed if the character will return in Season 2.
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