Murder mystery drama series or movies have always had a special place among any other genre. The audience loves the suspense, the thriller, and the secrets in it. However, it requires a quite brilliant direction for the making of it especially to let the story unfold the way it should.
The director of You Don’t Know Me has done a brilliant job. The way he presented the story of Hero was mesmerizing. The audience loved it. They are already asking about the second season of the show. But, are the makers bringing it back? The answer is below.
YOU DON’T KNOW ME SEASON 2
Till now, neither the creators nor the BBC has confirmed season 2. It has neither been renewed. Although the success of the show might force creators to bring the show back for another season of YOU DON’T KNOW ME They can be a potential storyline that can be followed in season 2.
But, as the show is based on a novel of the same name that does not have any sequel, there might be a chance that the second season is probably canceled. Although nothing has been confirmed yet.
The show You Don’t Know Me is adapted from a book of the same name. It was written by Imran Mahmood. The novel was published in 2017 and was shortlisted for the Glass Bell Award (2018). It was a great achievement for Mahmood as this was his first novel.
ABOUT IMRAN MAHMOOD
Imran Mahmood is a barrister born in 1969. The residents in London. His first novel You Don’t Know Me was a hit and was based on the person he defended in the London Courts.
I know What I saw is another murder thriller book released by Imran in 2021. His third book, All I Said Was True will be published in 2022.
ABOUT THE SHOW: YOU DON’T KNOW ME
You Don’t Know Me is a British thriller murder drama television show. It was aired on December 5, 2021, on BBC ONE and went till December 13, 2021, with four episodes. Each episode has a runtime of almost 50 minutes.
The show is directed by Sarmad Masud. You Don’t Know Me was originally broadcasted on BBC ONE and later on June 17, 2022, it has been released worldwide on Netflix.
The show was also available to be streamed online on BBC I Player.
PLOT OF THE SHOW
A young fellow from South London is in the dock for homicide. The proof against him is overpowering, yet rather than let one of the counselors conclude what’s to his greatest advantage, he decides to practice his entitlement to recount his own story, in the most natural-sounding way for him.
His story is unprecedented, it’s about the lady he adores, who found herself mixed up with hazardous difficulty. It’s about how he gambled with all that to save her. He swears he’s blameless, however eventually, the main important thing, is on the off chance that you trust his story or not.
CAST AND CHARACTERS
The main cast of the show includes Samuel Adewunmi playing Hero, Sophie Wilde playing Kyra, Bukky Bakray playing Bless, Roger Nsengiyumva playing Jamil, Tuwaine playing Curt, Yetunde Oduwole playing Adebi, Nicholas Khan playing Sam.