Has Treason been renewed for Season 2? Here’s what we know:

Renewed Or Cancelled?

Netflix’s Treason is topping charts on the platform at the time of writing. The espionage drama started trending in the top 10 from the very first day, confirming the intrigue of seeing yet another story unfurl in London. Daredevil’s Charlie Cox stars in the leading role as Adam Lawrence, while Oona Chapin, Orga Kurylenko, and Ciaran Hinds star in supporting roles.

Having watched the spy drama, you must be wondering if we will have another season of it. Here is what we know about a probable season 2 of Treason on Netflix:

What is Treason about?

Treason follows the tumultuous week in the life of Adam Lawrence, one of the youngest Deputy Chiefs in MI6 history, as he goes from a decorated spy to being branded a traitor liaising with a Russian spy. His two kids, Ella and Callum, and wife Maddy (Oona Chaplin) face the brunt of the attention and are even the target of an unknown intelligence agency. Adam has previous connections with former SVR agent Kara Yusvoa (Kurylenko) and comes on the radar of MI6’s London Controller Sir Martin Angelis (Ciaran Hinds), who is previously poisoned by Kara.

When the world turns against Adam, he must rely on Kara’s help and the support of his family to clear his name from the mud. There is also a larger plot to destabilize Britain’s political landscape with the involvement of the SVR and a tainted soldier of the Motherland looking to gain its favour again.

The five-part series can be binge-watched and we have covered every episode in detail to make sure you do not miss out on any plot developments. You can read our posts on this one HERE!

Has Treason been renewed for season 2?

At the time of writing, Treason has not been renewed for a second season. Generally Netflix gauge numerous metrics before renewing a show, including how many people initially watch it and then looking at the drop-off rate.¬†With some shows, cancellations or renewals happen quickly (ala. Squid Game, Bridgerton & Irregulars) Other times, it can take months before Netflix make a decision over a show’s future.

Netflix have listed Treason as a “limited series”, thereby seemingly confirming that the show will not return for a second season. But, a limited series does not by itself mean that it will run for a solitary season. All it confirms is that there are a predetermined number of episodes that the show will run.

In Treason’s case, that can be five episodes, ten, or even more, depending on what has been going on in the writing room. Many a time, Netflix has taken the decision to make certain series into an anthology, like this year’s monster hit, Dahmer.

The creative talent has not given any indication of a second season yet, confirming that no decision has been made. Given the extremely strong viewership numbers, chances are that Netflix might either seek such stories from different creators or renew this in the anthology format. However, Charlie Cox is going to be very busy with the upcoming Daredevil series so the chances of this being renewed are slim.

What we know about season 2 so far:

Unlike Sir Martin, we have not been able to collect intel on details about a second season. We certainly do not have his resources but a base of ethics and morals that will keep us looking for answers for you!

It is too early to tell for anyone really about what could happen in season 2. If Cox is to return, perhaps a timeline set in Baku, showing us what actually happened, could be a good idea. We saw with The Old Man how effectively such a scenario can liven up the screen. Treason’s season 2 can probably go in that direction but anything is speculation right now.

Would you like to see The Witcher: Blood Origin return for a second season? What did you think of the show? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

2 thoughts on “Has Treason been renewed for Season 2? Here’s what we know:”

  1. Treason Season 2 must returns. We must know what happened in Baku. The lover birds between Kara and Adam we must know the genesis and how Dorian planned his coup and no one know.

  2. The Witcher: Blood Origin , I do not want to see it return. It reminds me of Amazon’s Lord of the Rings: Power of the Rings It’s painful to watch.

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