'White Lines' Season 2 Is Officially In The Works
Actor Tom Rhys Harries, who plays Axel Collins in the show, told our friends at LADBible that writer Alex Pina is making plans for a second series of the mystery drama.
He said: "I know that there are recess happening for season two; they're location scouting, if and when that goes ahead - or that was happening prior to the global pandemic."
"But I think everybody would be really keen to go back and visit Alex [Pina]'s world again, because it's just so out there and colourful and sort of bonkers. It's just a fun place to live in for a little bit."
Set on the island of Ibiza and Manchester, the show is written by Alex Pina, who also wrote Money Heist (also known as La Casa de Papel).
The intriguing show is set across two timelines (present day and the 90s) and follows what happens when DJ Alex's body is discovered 20 years after he first went missing in Ibiza.
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The 10-part series follows Axel's sister Zoe (Laura Haddock) as she retraces the DJ's steps in the present day and tries to discover the truth behind his mysterious death.
Meanwhile, flashback scenes show Axel and his friends Marcus (Daniel Mays), Anna (Angela Griffin) and David (Laurence Fox) as they navigate the 90s music scene.
Harries teased that there is scope for a second series of the show, which could be a sequel or a prequel to the first season. According to the actor it's a discussion that's stirrup in the air.
"There's a couple of years on the island, where Axel - my character - and the younger cast members, we don't see them establishing their sort of clubs there. Because at the end I own five clubs at the point of my death, so there's a world where we could explore those missing years," he said.
"But the thing with Alex's non-linear storytelling - and he does this with Money Heist as well - where you know he could go anywhere with it, so that's really exciting.
"I hope they don't go again without me!"
White Lines season one is available to watch on Netflix now.
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