Tom Hiddleston is a very lucky actor, BBC TV-series The Night Manager was awarded by two Emmys and three Golden Globes. Moreover, in global terms, the sixth-part spy drama earned over £36million.
The Night Manager with Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie became a hit in 188 countries, the people in China, Russia, USA were glad to watch the adventures of the charismatic character – Jonathan Pine.
The six-part thriller, starring Elizabeth Debicki, was first screened on BBC One, this channel is world-famous for its dramas. The producers of the drama from Ink Factory anticipated that John Le Carre’s book will be the great base for the thriller but even the BBC1 bosses didn’t expect such a huge success of an adaptation.
“Revenues grew by 637 per cent primarily due to the strong sales and royalties generated by The Night Manager. Since its highly successful release The Night Manager has continued to captivate audiences across the globe and won two Emmys and three Golden Globes,”
said the representative of Ink Factory.
‘The Night Manager’ season 2: Is it happening?
The Night Manager became the most noticeable success of BBC One in 2016, and the commercial profit (over £36mln in global sales) made the producers think about season 2. The Ink Factory boss Simon Cornwall hopes to turn more of the spy novelist’s books into TV series.
In March, The Ink Factory, AMC and BBC revealed that are together “developing a potential second season of ‘The Night Manager,’ but nothing is definite yet and we have nothing to announce.” meanwhile, the fans of Jonathan Pine are demanding the return of the spy drama. As a rule, the second season is the huge challenge for any TV-series, but BBC One and Ink Factory hinted anything s possible, here’s everything we know so far.