Tom Hiddleston To Return In The Night Manager Sequel: BBC And Amazon Greenlight Two New Seasons

Tom Hiddleston fans rejoice as BBC and Amazon announce two new seasons of The Night Manager.

Hiddleston will reprise his role as Jonathan Pine in the series, which will continue the story years after the first season ended.

Hugh Laurie joins as an executive producer, but it’s unclear if he’ll return to his iconic role.

Original writer David Farr is back, along with showrunner Stephen Garrett and director Georgi Banks-Davies.

The second season picks up eight years after the original series’ finale, with Jonathan Pine navigating new challenges.

The story will expand beyond the original book by John le Carré. While the plot is a secret for now, filming is set to begin later this year.

Night Manager Season 2 (Credit-IMDb)

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The team behind The Night Manager faces an intriguing challenge as they expand upon John le Carré’s original work.

The writer’s sons, Simon Cornwell and Stephen Cornwell will produce the series under The Ink Factory banner.

They praised the first season as a milestone for television and acknowledged the decision to venture beyond le Carré’s material.

David Farr, returning for the series, has a track record of delivering exciting stories, including The Ones Below, Hanna, Electric Dreams, and more.

Still from Night Manager Season 2
Still from Night Manager Season 2 (Credit-YouTube)

Hiddleston expressed his excitement, saying, “Working on The Night Manager was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had.”

Playing Jonathan Pine was exciting because of his depth and complexity.” Season 1 was hugely popular, earning millions of fans worldwide.

The show, which also featured Olivia Colman and Elizabeth Debicki, received numerous awards, including BAFTAs, Emmys, and Golden Globes, with Hiddleston winning Best Actor.