The Manhunt is originally a compendium show of television fabricated by Andrew Sodroski, Jim Clemente, and Tony Gittelson with the aid of production companies like- Discovery Communications, Trigger Street Productions, and Lionsgate Television and is scripted by Ed Whitmore, who will also pen down the season 2 of the series. It was distributed by the Discovery Channel in the year 2017. The series basically deals with crime cases and can be said to be based on true stories.
The series was initially known as Manifesto and dealt with both the outside crime scenarios as well as the ongoing struggle going on within the characters. Each episode is made of different stories, but the main aim of James R Fitzgerald is to find the Unabomber. Season 2 of the series began its shooting in October 2020 and is all set to get aired on September 20 from 9 pm on ITV.
Fans must be knowing that no one can replace Martin Clunes as Colin Sutton, and he is coming back in season 2. Till now, no such list of characters is provided by the officials, but it can be anticipated that Stephen Grace as DC Clive Grace and Katie Lyons as Detective Sergeant Jo Brunt will be seen again, along with Steffan Rhodri as DC Neil Jones and Claudie Blakley as Louise Sutton.
Other characters are Jude Akuwudike as Delroy Grant, Guy Williams as DCS Hamish Campbell, Matt Bardock as Simon Morgan, Sule Rimi as Neville Hilton, David Witts as DC Adam Spier, Diveen Henry as DC Patricia Henry, Bally Gill as DC Jim Corgan, and few more will be there.
Venue and Plot of Season 2 of Manhunt
Most of the places depicted in the series have been filmed in London, but several places filmed in Bristol have also been included. There is no trailer yet released which could provide us with a glimpse of the story. It can however be anticipated that the former story of DCI Collin hunting down Levi Bellfield will be followed. In the new season, Sutton will be dealing with a rapist who has quite traumatized the elderly females of London.
The drama draws its inspiration from the diaries of Sutton and can be said to be based on real facts. The story itself is giving chills and goosebumps, right? The stories till now have been highly realistic so it can be said that the upcoming episodes are more exciting to get indulged in. For more updates and news, follow us.
All You Need to Know Before Watching the Second Season
It is interesting to witness how severe crimes are prevalent in society and how hard it is to even know or tackle such situations. The series is based on true events do us an idea of how hard it becomes both physically and mentally for the FBI agents to find these criminals. The upcoming season is also based on a true story which seems to be not only traumatizing for London but for the audience as well. Season 2 is going to be more exciting, so don’t miss the season. For more such facts and news, follow us.