Forgotten Amazon series starring Marvel makes a surprise return after 7 years

Forgotten Amazon series starring Marvel makes a surprise return after

In addition to his best-known role as Thor’s brother Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Hiddleston has also been known as cool James Bond contendersr recommended. In 2016 he starred in the BBC mini-series The Night Manager as an undercover agent who killed Dr. House actor Hugh Laurie is set to cast a powerful arms dealer.

Even if the adaptation by spy cult author John Le Carré was designed as a self-contained mini-series, the main character now continues. One continuation by The Night Manager is officially in the works.

Watch a German trailer for The Night Manager here:

The Night Manager – S01 Trailer (German) HD

Marvel star returns for The Night Manager sequel

As Deadline reports, Amazon Prime Video and BBC are jointly developing a The Night Manager sequel. So far, only Tom Hiddleston is known to be starring in the role of Jonathan Pine returns while screenwriter David Farr writes the scripts again. Apparently 2 seasons are to be ordered at the same time.

Since the storyline of The Night Manager was completed after 8 episodes, the sequel will be a new story tell. Whether stars from the original like Elizabeth Debicki or Hugh Laurie will return again is not yet certain. Podcast: The 20 best series starts in February on Netflix, Disney + and more

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