Keep reading to find out more about Wolf Hall Season 2. Wolf Hall is a British television series that debuted in January 2015 on BBC Two. The six-part series is based on two of Hilary Mantel’s novels, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, a fictionalized biography documenting Thomas Cromwell’s rapid rise to power in Henry VIII’s court through to the death of Sir Thomas More, followed by Cromwell’s success in releasing the king from his marriage to Anne Boleyn.
Wolf Hall premiered on PBS in the United States in April 2015, and on BBC First in Australia. The series was a critical triumph, earning eight nominations for the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards and three nominations for the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, where it won Best Miniseries or Television Series.
Wolf Hall Season 2 Cast
The official cast for season 2 has yet to be confirmed. We expect the previous cast and characters to appear in season 2.
- Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell
- Damian Lewis as Henry VIII
- Claire Foy as Anne Boleyn
- Bernard Hill as Duke of Norfolk
- Mark Gatiss as Stephen Gardiner
- Anton Lesser as Thomas More
- Mathieu Amalric as Eustache Chapuys
- Joanne Whalley as Katherine of Aragon
- Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Rafe Sadler
- Tom Holland as Gregory Cromwell
- Harry Lloyd as Harry Percy
- Jonathan Pryce as Cardinal Wolsey
- Saskia Reeves as Johane Williamson
- Jessica Raine as Jane Rochford
- Charity Wakefield as Mary Boleyn
Wolf Hall Season 2 Plot
The show’s plot follows England in the 1520s is on the verge of tragedy. If the King dies without a male successor, the nation faces civil war. Henry VIII wishes to terminate his twenty-year marriage and marry Anne Boleyn. He is opposed by the Pope and the majority of Europe. In walks Thomas Cromwell, a completely original character, a charmer and a bully, both idealist and opportunist, acute in reading people and unyielding in his goal. But Henry is volatile: compassionate one day, homicidal the next.
The plot revolves around Cromwell’s ascent to power and his desire to liberate the King from the clutches of his second wife. “The Mirror and the Light” was released on March 5, 2020, eight years after the last novel.
It should cover Cromwell’s final years, from the death of Anne Boleyn through his execution in 1540. Damien Lewis portrays Henry VIII, Claire Foy portrays Anne Boleyn, and Bernard Hill portrays the Duke of Norfolk.
Wolf Hall Season 2 Storyline
The core storyline takes place in England around 1520. In 1520, England was a radically different place. If a monarch died without a male successor, the nation would be devastated by civil war. Henry VIII wishes to annul his marriage to Anne Boleyn, and the Pope and all of Europe must resist him.
Thomas Cromwell comes in between all of this. He is charming, yet he is an idealist and opportunist. Henry, on the other hand, is completely different, and his personality changes regularly. Cromwell supports him in breaking down the resistance, but the cause for his success remains unknown.
The creators have not divulged anything about the storyline of Wolf Hall’s future season. It is far too early to guess the plot. We anticipate that the plot will pick up where it left off in the previous season. However, nothing has been announced concerning Wolf Hall’s second season.
Wolf Hall Season 2 Release Date
Wolf Hall has received critical acclaim and has been nominated for 67 Primetime Emmy Awards. It was also nominated for three Golden Globe Awards, including Best Miniseries or Television Film. On Rotten Tomatoes, Wolf Hall now has a 98% approval rating.
This is one of the audience’s favorite and most anticipated concerts. Wolf Hall’s first season, which consisted of six episodes, began on January 21, 2015.
A second season of the period drama focused on Thomas Cromwell will return to television screens after an almost five-year break. Charlotte Moore, the BBC’s Head of Content, revealed to the Radio Times that work on a sequel to the critically successful 2015 series had begun.
The first two books in Hilary Mantel’s Thomas Cromwell trilogy, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, were originally written as a six-part series, but they were combined for the TV miniseries. It explains how Cromwell rose from the son of a blacksmith to become one of King Henry VIII’s most trusted advisors. He accomplished numerous things, but one of the most significant was assisting Henry VIII in ending his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and initiating the Protestant Reformation in England. The Mirror and the Light, the final novel in the trilogy, will be adapted into a second film.
The storyline will resume where it left off after Anne Boleyn’s death and conclude with Cromwell’s beheading in 1540. A sequel to Wolf Hall has long been planned, but it was put on hold while Mantel worked on her third novel.
The Mirror and the Light, which had been delayed for a long time, was eventually released in March 2020. Moore was asked by the Radio Times if award-winning actor Mark Rylance will reprise his role as Cromwell. Moore had no idea what to say. This is most likely because the original program was created so long ago, and all of the actors have now gone on to other projects. However, Rylance’s performance was so good that we can only hope that the BBC is working behind the scenes to bring him back to continue the narrative.
Wolf Hall Season 2 Trailer
The show’s trailer has yet to be released. It will most likely be released one week before the Season 2 launch. Fans can, meanwhile, watch the season 1 trailer.
The first look of the first season was released on Youtube by Masterpiece PBS’s official channel.
Where To Watch Wolf Hall Season 2?
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The first season of the show is currently available on Vudu.
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