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Industry Season 2: Who Will Be Involved as New Cast?

Jeremy Caroll

When Season 2 of Industry premieres, life at the premier international London bank Pierpoint & Co. is chaotic in the post-COVID era. This also applies to the youthful banking staff that trades stocks and shares.

How will working-class Robert Spearing (Harry Lawtey), troubled American Harper Stern (Myha’la Herrold), rich girl Yasmin Kara-Hanani (Marisa Abela), and gay old Etonian Gus Sackey (David Jonsson) handle it all with the market acting up and the trading room being more charged and intense this time around?

These individuals from Season 1 of Industry, whom we have grown to know and love, can no longer hide behind their graduation status. In season 2, they should function as fully fledged investment bankers. We anticipate that in addition to their banking responsibilities, they will continue to engage in all of their drug binges, sexual mischief, and nightclubbing. Additionally, Pierpoint and Co. have some fresh faces to mix things up a bit!

the release date for season 2 of Industry

On August 1st, 2022, HBO Max will premiere season 2 of Industry in the US. When the show will air on BBC1 is yet unknown (note: season 1 was previously shown in the UK on BBC2 but has now switched to BBC1). The banking drama, in our opinion, will be on the UK schedules for the fall of 2022. Episodes will once more be made available on BBCIPlayer. As soon as we learn the UK air date, we’ll update.

Is there a season 2 trailer for Industry?

Yes, a trailer for Season 2 of Industry has been published, and it looks good. There appears to be some type of outing at a British stately home, which should be enjoyable with lots of bed-hopping and vice. Look below down…

The plot of Industry season 2

Industry After being hired, the graduates can no longer use their graduate status as cover in Season 2, which picks up a year after Season 1. They aim to establish themselves in the high finance sphere! Naturally, this will lead to increased paranoia!

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The corporation receives a cross-Atlantic energy infusion from the new US management, and this has an impact on every employee. Harper, Yasmin, and Robert are now on a mission to promote new business and form new partnerships both inside and outside of the office.

Returning cast for Season 2 of Industry

The Pierpoint & Co. employees in Industry season 2 welcome back some familiar faces, like jack-the-lad cocaine junkie Robert Spearing (Harry Lawtey), New Yorker Harper Stern (Myha’la Herrold), wealthy girl Yasmin Kara-Hanani (Marisa Abela), and gay old Etonian Gus Sackey (David Jonsson).

Their boss Eric Tao (Lost actor Ken Leung) and squad captain Conor MacNeill (Artemis Fowl as Kenny Kilblane) keep everyone in line as usual. Returning recurring cast members shaking up the status quo at Pierpoint & Co. include Sarah Parish as Nicole Craig, the eccentric client of Pierpoint, Nicholas Bishop as Maxim Alonso, Yasmin’s friend and client Sagar Radia as banker Rishi Ramdani, Mark Dexter as Hilary Wyndham, and Caoilfhionni Dunne as Jackie Walsh.

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Harry Lawtey recently shared his ideas for the role of Robert. Naturally, there is a little bit of yourself in each character you play, he claims. “When I told my friends what I was going to be doing, they thought it was hilarious that he was a bit of a hellraiser.

When we made the first season, the core cast members who were carrying the show forward were all very new to the industry, very inexperienced, very green, and naive, which was convenient because that’s exactly what our characters were. I wouldn’t say that Industry has really increased my knowledge of banking.”

fresh cast

Numerous new cast members will join the regulars in the industry. Danny Van Deventer, a wonderkid executive director from the New York office, is portrayed by Alex Alomar Akpobome (Twenties), Venetia Berens, Yasmin’s newest hire on the foreign exchange sales desk, is portrayed by Indy Lewis (La Fortuna), and Celeste Pacquet is portrayed by Katrine de Candole (Dominion).

Known hedge fund manager Jesse Bloom is portrayed by Jay Duplass (The Chair), his son Leo Bloom is played by Sonny Poon Tip (Anatomy of a Scandal), and Yasmin’s playboy father Charles Hanani is portrayed by Adam Levy (The Witcher).

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