Apple TV+ has already announced that the second season of Slow Horses will be produced, and the first few episodes of the new season have already been shot.
Hassan survived, Slough House was vindicated, Di Taverner was able to get away with it (kind of), and everyone else survived to fight another day. The first season has finally crossed the finish line. Except for Sid Baker, who was shot in the head and “disappeared” by MI5 after they took him into custody.
You are going to be left wanting more series of this fantastic and darkly comedic spy thriller, and the good news is that it is very definitely on its way. It’s a sign that Apple TV+ has a tremendous amount of faith in the U. K. and many other worldwide markets, and they should have that confidence. It comes with a monthly subscription charge, but any new subscriber can get a free trial for the first seven days, and anyone who buys a new Apple product can get a free trial for the first three months.
When Will the Second Season of Slow Horses Be Available to Watch Online?
Even though the Slow Horses season 2 trailer was shown at the end of the first season, there was no mention of when the second season would begin airing. Apple TV Plus revealed the news that the second season of Slow Horses will premiere later in 2022 but did not provide a specific date for the event. The news came at the same time as the announcement that the show has already been picked up for seasons 3 and 4.
Trailer for the second season of Slow Horses
Due to the fact that it has been brought up on more than one occasion, without further ado, here is the trailer for the second season of Slow Horses:
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After the events of the first season took place nearly entirely during the course of a single night, there are going to be some sequences that take place during the daytime in the second season. A number of times during the first season, Lamb and Cartwright discussed the Moscow regulations, and it appears that they are about to compete against an opponent who strictly adheres to those restrictions.
What Will happen in the Second Season of Slow Horses?
The spy novel series Slough House, on which the film Slow Horses is based, is written by Mick Herron and tells the story of a gang of disgraced MI5 agents who get together to create an unusual team in order to save the day. The first season was adapted from the first book, which was titled Slow Horses.
Although an official plot summary for Slow Horses season 2 has not yet been made available by Apple TV Plus, the word “dead lions” can be heard being spoken in the show’s trailer. This phrase also happens to be the title of Herron’s second book in the series. The following is a summary of the book Dead Lions:
“The disgruntled agents of Slough House, the branch of MI5 where washed-up spies are sent to finish their failed careers on desk duty, are called into action to protect a visiting Russian oligarch whom MI5 hopes to recruit to British intelligence. “Slough House” is a branch of MI5 where failed spies are sent to finish their careers on desk duty. During the time that two spies are being sent out on that babysitting duty, however, an old spy from the Cold War named Dickie Bow is discovered dead, apparently of a heart attack, on a bus outside of Oxford. Dickie Bow was not in any of the places where he was typically found.
“However, the irascible Jackson Lamb, who is in charge of Slough House, is convinced that Dickie Bow was slain. As the agents continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of their colleague, they come across a murky web of long-forgotten Cold War secrets that all appear to lead back to a man named Alexander Popov. According to the agents, Popov is either a Soviet bogeyman or the most dangerous man in the world. How many more people will have to lose their lives in order to keep such things hidden?
The Cast of Slow Horses Season 2
Although Apple TV Plus has not officially announced who will be appearing in the second season of Slow Horses, the promotional video gives us a pretty clear sense of who will be in the show.
Jackson Lamb, played by Gary Oldman, is, of course, in the front of this endeavor. Lamb was initially introduced as the boss who exemplified Slough House’s “who gives a crap” mentality; yet, throughout the course of season 1, it became clear that he is still a capable spy. Even though he appears to be in a better position to get back into the game in season 2, he is still prepared to use his signature put-downs. Oldman has been in the performing business since the 1980s, and although he still has Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer coming up, the Oscar-winning actor has stated that he is considering retirement after the run of Slow Horses comes to a close.
Jack Lowden, who plays River Cartwright, Saskia Reeves, who plays Catherine Standish, Rosalind Eleazar, who plays Louisa Guy, Dustin Demri-Burns, who plays Min Harper, and Christopher Chung, who plays Roddy Ho, are the other members of the Slow Horses who have returned.
Kristin Scott Thomas, who played Diana Taverner, and Jonathan Pryce, who played David Cartwright, are two of the other characters from season 1 who are scheduled to return. In addition, if our vision isn’t playing tricks on us, it appears that Freddie Fox’s character, Spider Webb, and Olivia Cooke’s character, Sid Baker, may both make appearances in the film (although this is not something that can be confirmed).
In terms of the new characters, Rade Serbedzija (Taken 2; The Blacklist) seems to be playing the adversary of the new season; he is a violent Russian who has traveled to London in order to cause havoc there.
Instructions on how to see Slow Horses
Apple TV Plus is the only streaming service that currently has all episodes of the first season of Slow Horses accessible to view. Apple TV Plus subscribers are the only ones who will get access to the second season. This indicates that in order to watch Slow Horses, you will need to subscribe to Apple TV Plus in order to do so.
Apple TV Plus can be obtained in the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and numerous other regions around the world. It comes with a monthly subscription charge, but any new subscriber can get a free trial for the first seven days, and anyone who buys a new Apple product can get a free trial for the first three months.