Will Mary & George have season 2?„ÄźRelease Date„ÄĎ

Are you a fan of the historical drama series Mary & George? If so, you’re probably eagerly awaiting news about a potential Season 2. In this article, we delve into the latest updates and speculations about the future of Mary & George season 2, it’s posible release date, where to watch and more.

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Plot

Mary & George is a British historical drama miniseries. The show is based on Benjamin Woolley’s non-fiction book “The King’s Assassin” and revolves around the affair between King James VI and I and George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham. The series showcases the intriguing journey of Mary Villiers, who molds her son George to become King James I’s lover, aiming to gain riches and political power.

Will Mary & George have season 2?

As of now, it seems that Mary & George will not have a second season. The series has been billed as a limited series, which typically means it was planned for a one-season run.

Mary & George season 2 release date

Mary & George season 2: Release Date

Given that the series is currently billed as a limited series, there is no official release date for a second season. However, if the creators decide to continue the story, the release date would likely depend on the production timeline of the first season.

Where to Watch Mary & George

The series premiered on Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom. For viewers in the United States, Mary & George is available on Starz. As for Latin America and Spain, the series’ availability on specific streaming platforms is yet to be confirmed.

Cast

The series boasts a stellar cast:

  • Julianne Moore as Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham
  • Nicholas Galitzine as George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham
  • Tony Curran as James VI and I
  • Laurie Davidson as Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset
  • Nicola Walker as Elizabeth Hatton
  • Niamh Algar as Sandie
  • Trine Dyrholm as Queen Anne
  • Sean Gilder as Sir Thomas Compton
  • Adrian Rawlins as Edward Coke
  • Mark O’Halloran as Francis Bacon
  • Samuel Blenkin as Charles I of England
  • Jacob McCarthy as Christopher Villiers, 1st Earl of Anglesey
  • Tom Victor as John Villiers, 1st Viscount Purbeck
  • Alice Grant as Susan Feilding, Countess of Denbigh
  • Amelia Gething as Frances Coke, Viscountess Purbeck
  • Mirren Mack as Katherine Villiers, Duchess of Buckingham
  • Rina Mahoney as Laura Ashcattle
  • Simon Russell Beale as Sir George Villiers
  • Daniel Jordan as Funeral Priest
  • Pearl Chanda as Countess Somerset

Stay tuned for more updates on Mary & George. Whether or not there will be a Season 2, the first season’s gripping narrative and outstanding performances make it a must-watch for any historical drama enthusiast.

Natalia Hern√°ndez

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