Can you expect the second season of Bad Sisters on Apple TV+ after the first season ends today? Or is this the last story in the series?
We don’t think it’s too much to say that the Irish dark comedy stands out from the rest of the genre or even from the other shows on the streaming service mentioned above. The goal was to do something different, and we think that alone makes it a success.
But one thing that most international series have in common is that they don’t think about the future, especially those from the UK or Ireland. Most of the time, they are happy to just focus on the story at hand and worry about everything else later. With this in mind, star and executive producer Sharon Horgan told GQ during a conversation about the future:
“Well, you know, that’s not what we’re talking about… It’s definitely something that should be talked about, but for now, we’re just going to focus on this season. It was meant to be a limited series, and it does end. We’ll see, though.”
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We all already know that the term “limited series” is vague and can mean different things at different times. Big Little Lies and True Detective are two big-budget examples of this, and in the years to come, there will be many more. If a series does very well, there is immediate pressure to make more. In other cases, the producers come up with an idea they want to explore after the fact.
It’s way too soon to say where Bad Sisters will end up. Since the show is on a streaming service, Apple doesn’t have to share the information with the public. So, it’s hard to know how popular it really is around the world. They can talk to Horgan in private about a second season, and she and the rest of the team can decide if there is room for more.
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Who is in the Cast of Bad Sisters?
The Salisbury Poisonings’ Anne-Marie Duff, The Last Kingdom’s Eve Birthistle, the Dublin Murders’ Sarah Greene, Behind Her Eyes’ Eve Hewson, and Sharon Horgan are among the ensemble cast members of Bad Sisters (The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent).
Claes Bang (from The Northman), Brian Gleeson (from Peaky Blinders), Daryl McCormack (from Good Luck, Leo Grande), Assaad Bouab (from Messiah), and newcomer Saise Quinn all play additional roles.
There are five Garvey sisters, played by Duff as Grace Williams, Birthistle as Ursula Flynn, Hewson as Becka, Greene as Bibi, and Horgan as Eva. Among many others, Bang plays Grace’s husband John Williams, Gleeson plays Thomas Claflin, an insurance investigator, McCormack plays Matthew Claflin, and Bouab plays Gabriel.
Who Are the Bad Sisters’ Creators?
Sharon Horgan, one of the show’s writers, is the creator of Bad Sisters. Horgan is an Irish actor, writer, director, comedian, and producer best known for co-creating, writing, and directing the British sitcom Catastrophe with Rob Delaney. She has acted in numerous films and TV shows, including Dating Amber, Game Night, Criminal: UK, Disenchantment, and others.
Along with Faye Dorn, Clelia Mountford, Malin-Sarah Gozin, Bert Hamelinck, Michael Sagol, Brett Baer, and Dave Finkel, Horgan also serves as one of the show’s producers.