Premiering on 9 November 2016, Dark Heart is a British television crime drama series adapted from writer Adam Creed’s Will Wagstaffe novels. Tom Riley takes on the role of DI Will Wagstaffe, a police detective tormented by the unresolved double murder of his parents during his sixteenth year.
Chris Lang penned a solitary feature-length pilot, adapted from the novel “Suffer the Children,” and Colin Teague directed it. The pilot, featuring Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Tom Brooke, Anjli Mohindra, Charlotte Riley, and Miranda Raison, made its debut on ITV Encore on 9 November 2016.
Transitioning to the next segment, we delve into the much-anticipated Dark Heart Season 2, exploring its release date and shedding light on Tom Riley’s insights into tweaking the pilot for the right audience. Additionally, we’ll take a closer look at the cast of the series, providing a comprehensive overview for those eager to know more.
When Will Season 2 Of Dark Heart Be Released?
As of now, there’s no official confirmation regarding the release date for the second season of Dark Heart. The TV series, which debuted on October 31, 2018, on ITV as a scripted drama and crime show with episodes lasting 60 minutes, is currently airing its first season on Wednesdays at 21:00.
Regrettably, recent reports suggest that ITV has opted not to proceed with a second season for Dark Heart, resulting in the show’s cancellation. While this news may be disappointing, we’ll keep this page updated in case ITV reverses its decision and decides to revive Dark Heart for another season.
Stay tuned for any potential updates, and we’ll make sure to keep you informed of any changes in the show’s status. The central focus of the series revolves around an elite French Special Forces unit assigned with a critical mission.
During production, scenes were filmed at one of the beach chalets on Shellness Beach, Kent, and a drone shot captured a car traveling along Shellness Road, Kent.