The second season of the HBO and BBC co-production, which stars Myha’la Herrold, Marisa Abela, Harry Lawtey, David Jonsson, Ken Leung, Jay Duplass, and others, was broadcast last month.
According to Kathleen McCaffrey, senior vice president of HBO Programming, “Industry reached new heights in season two, establishing its status as a buzzy smash with engrossing storytelling, layered characters, a rapid pace, and astute observations about contemporary workplace interactions.”
“Our entire cast and crew, including Mickey and Konrad, Jami O’Brien, Jane Tranter, and the Bad Wolf team, are immensely pleased with what they’ve accomplished. Season three of our journey with them has us more than a little giddy.
Industry focuses on a group of young graduates and their mentors while following the lives of a group of bankers who work in the London office of the fictional corporation Pierpoint & Co.
“It makes the world of finance look extremely unattractive, but makes it quite amusing to watch others struggle through it,” NME stated in a review of the first season of the program.
Harry Lawtey, a prominent cast member of the show, was recently cast in an unnamed part in the upcoming sequel Joker: Folie Deux.