The Tower is the first book in a series of three crime novels written by Kate London. Are there plans to bring more books in this series to TV?
Read on for all the information we have so far about The Tower Season 2.
Release date of The Tower season 2: When will it air?
There is no word about what will happen to The Tower. But Tahirah Sharif, who plays PC Lizzie Adama, thinks there’s more time for The Tower to continue. Lizzie and Sarah are in a book series. The books follow their personal lives and careers. There are two other books already written, so the series can continue with more stories.
Metro.co.uk asked the man who plays DI Kieran Shaw about his character, and he added: “A lot of the stuff I learned about my character isn’t really in the first season. The third book I read by Kate London gave me a lot of insight into why he is who he is and why he makes the decisions that he makes.”
More information will come soon.
The Tower season 2 cast: Who’s in it?
If the show gets a second season, we will have all of these people come back: Gemma Whelan as DS Sarah Collins, Sharif as Lizzie Adama, Scanlan as Kieran Shaw, Jimmy Akingbola as DC Steve Bradshaw, Laurie Delaney as Mary Shaw, and Karl Davies as DCI Tim Bailie.
Expect to see some new people too.
The Tower season 2 plot: What will happen?
In this book, Death Message, the author is trying to find out what happened to a 15-year-old girl who was never seen again after she left her house 27 years ago. Also in the book is a new case which requires her to work with Lizzie.
This pair must find love in a dangerous place. That’s hard, but they can do it. In Gallowstree Lane, the story is about a man named Shaw. He is trying to do a big job for the police. But he has a problem. A teenager got killed, and now Shaw will not be able to do his job anymore because of the investigation.
It’s still not known whether or not season 2 will be about the books. It might go off on its own.
The Tower season 2 trailer: When can I watch it?
First, we need renewal. We will tell you as soon as we know more about it.
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