A new procedural series on Channel 4 has been confirmed for another installment. So the viewership which the drama has already garnered during the release of the pioneer season will be in luck to enjoy new exciting stories and cases for investigation.
Basic info one should know about the serial
No Offence makes for a criminal dramedy by British production. If to be brief enough, the serial is narrative of the work of a group of feminine investigators who serve in one police department called “Manchester Metropolitan Police”. The serial is aired by the TV network called Channel 4. The acting cast comes to be spearheaded by Joanna Scanlan.
The scenario is developed by the one and the only Paul Abbott known for his work on the Shameless project. The team of executives is led by Martin Carr.
The viewers had an opportunity to watch the serial starting from May 2015. So now it is high time the developers announced the No Offence season 2 release date. But so far we are in possession of only one chapter.
The team of investigators whose main working purpose is to solve murder cases is spearheaded by a magnificent D.I Viv Deering. All these cases leads to one trail left by the serial killer. It turns to be uncovered that the killer’s target is the girls with Down syndrome.
Alongside with a serious theme depicted, the plot comes to be full of witty humor that is peculiar to British people. Thus, it is a successful combination of two opposite genres – drama and comedy.
Being created by a brilliant screenwriter, the plot turns to include energetic dialogues that create an atmosphere resided in the Abbott’s stories. Those who are familiar with this personality should be acknowledged that he takes a deep understanding in the places and people he is depicting. That is considered to be his secret of creating successful stories.
How has the newcomer been accepted?
Right at the start of broadcasting, it became clear at once that the serial would be put to airing for the several sequential years as it presents nothing but a breakthrough in the criminal genre on the British television.
The critical acclaim is supported by quite great viewership that is fluctuating between 1.7 and 2 million people. Taking into account the population of the UK, it can be referred to as headway.
What is about the renewal for another installment?
Though getting closer to the final episodes some slight decline in the amount of viewership was noticed, it was not considered as a reason for canceling the story. The developers were just compelled to announce the resumption of the project. And they have done it. So the serial is currently in its continued development. It is known that the sophomore chapter will include 8 episodes according to the formal order made by Channel 4. The launch is expected to take place later this year. Let’s hold out hope that we are going to enjoy new episodes this summer.