-“do you Know that feeling in which the buenorro misogynist is going to be in your house for the second time in 48 hours, just to distract your head from the fact that the only person you want to see in the world is the priest who…?”
it Seems that life is a little tumultuous for Fleabag. Finally, we already have the trailer and date for the premiere of the second season of this series created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, one of the best television comedies of recent years. The new episodes begin airing on BBC Three the next march 14 and will be available on Amazon Prime Video a couple of months later, the may 17.
Will be passed as three years since we met the character played by Waller-Bridge, that adorable “bag of fleas” whose life begins to derail in an uncontrolled way, through the series of embrace a the mood very light and cynical in its inception to reflect situations more dramatic and distressing. This development was key to that ‘Fleabag’ to stay in the memory and stand out above the majority of comedies. The trailer gives the impression that the second season will continue on that path.
the bad news for The fans (unless you prefer television fictions of a few seasons) is that the series ends with these episodes, there will be no third season. So what has explicado the creator of ‘Fleabag’:
“I Decided that, absolutely, there would be a third season. I needed space. I grew up in that time. Is the next chapter. That means that you can delve into aspects full of that psychology. It gives you psychological freedom. Re-watching the first season after such a long time taught me a lot about writing.”
Next to Phoebe Waller-Bridge (which was removed as showrunner of ‘Killing Eve’ to be able to focus on this return), the cast includes the nominated for an Oscar Olivia Colman, as the stepmother of Fleabag, Andrew Scott, as the priest who apparently becomes the romantic interest of the protagonist, and Kristin Scott Thomas and Fiona Shaw in roles yet to be discovered.
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The news it Becomes ‘Fleabag’! The trailer for the second (and last) season involved in a promising conflict for Phoebe Waller-Bridge was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .