: Bloodlands is a BBC television series by the British Police, created by Chris Brandon and developed by HTM. The four-episode series will first air on February 21, 2021 on BBC One.
The show was a huge hit, becoming the biggest BBC drama launch ever in Northern Ireland. It’s no wonder the series is being recommissioned for another season with the kind of reception it has received.
Bloodlands: Season 2 release date
With the first season coming to a close after finally revealing who serial killer Goliath was all along, the disappearance of Tom’s wife explained, and with a mind-boggling finale, we’re all ready for the next season.
And the team has answered our desperation. Less than a month after the premiere of the first episode on BBC One, the show has been renewed for the second season on March 14, 2021. While no specific date has been announced, we can assume that the series would hit the screens as early as 2022. to appear. .
Bloodlands: What to Expect from Season 2?
The show, Chris Brandon, teased the show is essentially Brannick’s story, and it’ll delve deeper into his past. So we can expect the series to go along those lines next season. However, the Irish writer is still working on it.
James Nesbitt will definitely return to play DCI Tom Brannick, while Lorcan Cranitch (Jackie), Charlene McKenna (Niamh), Chris Walley (Birdy) may also be reprising their roles.
Sadly, Ian McElhinney (Adam Cory), Lisa Dwan (Tori Matthews), and Peter Balance (Pat Keenan) are no longer featured in the series as their characters were murdered in the first season.
Since the creator (Chris Brandon) has yet to design the template for the second season with the storyline, has yet to get an order, we can expect the series to return late in the next year. Until then, we can rewatch the first season available on BBC iPlayer.