David Budd (Richard Madden) and Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes) featured political thriller Bodyguard topped charts in the UK on its release in 2018. Its fame can be ascertained from its overall ratings and most-watched TV drama tag.
The lead actor David Budd (Richard Madden) played specialist protection officer to home secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes). Later framed for the murder of Montague, he started to unveil the dark secret of policing and bureaucracy while proving himself not guilty of the murder.
Viewers are left waiting for season 2 of this political thriller. Here are some of the insights we gathered for you for of upcoming season:
Bodyguard Season 2: Is It Coming Back?
Assuming the success of the first series, it becomes clear that the second series’s production is on the cards.
At the end of last year, Jed Mercurio, through Twitter, hinted about the possible causes of holding the series back.
Bodyguard Season 2: Release Date
COVID-19 has delayed release dates of many popular movies and series. The same is the case with Mercurio’s Line of Duty, which affects the production of Bodyguard season 2.
The uncertainty around the release date of the second season will remain a big secret. Update on the same will be shared as and when received. However, the actors that are likely to come back are Gina McKee (Cmdr Anne Sampson), Sophie Rundle (Vicky Budd), and Nina Toussaint-White (DS Louise Rayburn).
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People are eyeing Richard Madden’s return in the more intense and mature role of a specialist officer. Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes) killing’s truth may be revealed. Viewers who are going one step further anticipating the return of ambitious Julia Montague.
A statement from Mercurio’s implied that in line with the series of Line of Duty, Bodyguard has the chance of featuring a new supporting cast every year, except the main characters who will remain in every series.
People assume that police officer Richard Madden will take different responsibilities like serving the Royals.