‘Requiem’ Creator Reveals There Could Be A Second Series
‘Requiem’ creator Kris Mrksa has revealed that if the first series is successful, he’s already thought about how a second would work.
The psychological thriller is currently airing on BBC One - though if binge-watching is more your thing, every episode is already on iPlayer - and was made with the help of Netflix.
Speaking to Radio Times, Kris said: “If the planets align and if we all decide that it’s the right thing to do then it could come back.
The series began with the shock death of Matilda Gray’s mother and in the wake of her death, Matilda (played by Lydia Wilson) made a number of startling discoveries.
The cast boasts a number of recognisable faces, with actors from ‘Game Of Thrones’, ‘Kiri’, ‘Holby City’ and ‘Heartbeat’ all making appearances.
‘Requiem’ has been a hit with viewers and critics alike, with the Guardian writing: “You could be forgiven for thinking you’d landed somewhere in ‘The Omen’ franchise.”