Belgravia Season 2, Philip Glenister and Tamsin Greig might not RETURN for a Sequel to the Period Drama from the Creator of Downtown Abbey.

The period drama, Belgravia, managed to establish a firm fan base for itself with just six episodes. As such, fans look forward to what the second season of the show may entail. Belgravia is a historical period drama television series written by Jullian Fellowes. The show abides by the novel of the same name. John Alexandar directs it, and Colin Wratten serves as the producer. Executive producers comprise Gareth NeameNigel Marchant and Liz Trubridge as well. Season 1, with but six episodes, won the hearts of several viewers. Thus, fans remain on the edge of their seats for news of season 2 of the series.

Release Date: Belgravia Season 2

Unfortunately, the series will not be having a second instalment, as declared by producers. Season 1 premiered on 15 March 2020 in the U.K., on ITV, and on 12 April 2020, in the U.S. on Epix. It is said to have concli=uded with the end of its first season. Nonetheless, this does not prevent fans from throughout the world from having hope for a sequel to the series.

Cast: Belgravia Season 2

Viewers presume the cast for Belgravia season 2 to remain consistent with the first season. In the premise of renewal, we expect to see the return of the original troupe. The cast list includes Philip Glenister in the role of James Trenchard and Tamsin Greig starring Anne Trenchard. Fans also wish to see Emily Reid as Sophia TrenchardJeremy Jones as Lord Bellasis and Nicholas Rowe as Arthur WellesleyRichard Goulding playing Oliver Trenchard and Alice Eve as Susan Trenchard may return as well.

Reason For Cancellation: Belgravia Season 2

The producers announced that they intended the show to be a limited series from the very beginning. The show follows the novel, which itself has a clear conclusion. Julian Fellowes, the writer, has a demanding schedule. Thus, it remains uncertain when he might continue the script for the sequel. Fellowes, however, feels that it is a completed series. Nevertheless, the actors are against this opinion. Consequently, it is not too late to anticipate a season 2 of the series.

Storyline: Belgravia Season 1

The story plays out in Belgium during the 1800s. The scenario begins with the revelation of a family secret in the Duchess of Richmond‘s ball, two days before the Battle of Waterloo. James and Anne Trenchard, who survive on the successful profits of their newly established trading business, are present. There, Edmund Bellasis, heir to one of the most prominent families in England, develops a fancy towards Sophia Trenchard. The events of the ball and the underlying secrets, along with the deceits, come to light no less than twenty-five years later. 

Trailer: Belgravia Season 1