Two Weeks to Live, starring Maisie Williams, has broached the idea for the second season of her new comedy Sky One, and she doesn’t seem to rule it out.
The Game of Thrones actress spoke about her new show and got a slightly crazy response when asked if a second season might be on the way, and she declined to say yes or no, definitely to other episodes.
“What will be, will be,” he said. “No, they haven’t emailed me about a second series, so we’ll see if people see them.”
Since we thought the show was “fun, with a lot of passion,” we certainly wouldn’t say no to a second season.
And the first race perfectly prepared the potential for a second season. A big reveal at the last of the first season provides the plot for much more material.
Two Weeks to Live, in Maisie’s own words, centers on “a girl named Kim who has been living in isolation (a cabin in the middle of nowhere) for 16 years,” beginning the show when she “joins in.” in the real world for the first time. ”
As soon as she begins exploring the larger world around her, Kim sets out to complete her wish list, which has wonderfully specific ambitions like “go to a pub” and “have a merry Christmas.”
On his first visit to the pub, he meets brothers Nicky (Mawaan Rizwan) and Jay (Taheen Modak), and when Jay decides to joke with Kim saying that there was a nuclear explosion and that not all of them are only two weeks old, the creator of the end the world, Kim, falls in love. Intertwined – what excites your whole life.
Maisie Williams, who played the concerned Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, also told Digital Spy that working on a comedy is very refreshing after dramatic work years.
“Every day was pure joy,” he says. “I woke up smiling at 4 in the morning because I couldn’t wait to see her (her co-stars), and it’s a different experience. Drama is not that fun. ”