Down below, we have everything that the fans need to know about the second season of McMafia!
As all the fans of the show, McMafia that airs on the AMC Networks, know that it is an international crime TV series that stars several excellent actors and actresses.
The series has been inspired by the book that has been written by Misha Glenny and throws the entire spotlight on a man named Alex Godman. Alex is 33 years of age.
Here is what the plot of season 1 showed us!
Even though our lead character was given education in a British boarding school, this self-made hedge fund manager is the son of Russian exiles that has connections to organised crime.
When his own family’s crime comes aboard to haunt him, it is entirely on Alex to decide how far he is willing to go to protect his loved ones.
Here are the ratings of McMafia season 1 and what we can conclude about season 2!
The first season of McMafia has been able to manage a 0.07 rating in the demographic scale that ranges between 18 to 49 and has earned about 295,000 viewers.
Well, if someone notices these, the ratings are not good enough, so that does not bode well for the future of this show.
Also, McMafia is a BBC One production as well, so its continuity does not entirely depend on AMC but on the success rates it might have in the United Kingdom.
We saw the first season in 2018, and nothing has been updated about it since except the renewal status!
The series last aired back in 2018 and has not been on our TV screens since then.
Actor James Norton from Grantchester reprises the role of the son of a Russian drug kingpin who takes on the business of his father in a story that mirrors Michael Corleone in The Godfather.
As we were talking about earlier that the show depends upon BBC One too, well, the network was quick to renew it for another season.
Here is what the shows show’s creator have to say about the renewal!
They say that they are so thrilled with how McMafia has resonated with audiences across the world and are delighted to be allowed to provide more light on the shady intersections of transnational criminals and their enablers in finance, law, intelligence agencies and even in governments.