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Has Young Wallander been cancelled? Is Young Wallander renewed for the 2021-2022 season?
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Status: Renewed for Season 2
Series Run: September 3, 2020 –
Total current Season(s): 2
Genre: Crime, Serialized
Additional Notes: In November 2020, Netflix renewed Young Wallander for a second season, slated to release in 2021
Young Wallander Series Information:
The English-language drama series is told over six serialized episodes and is set in contemporary Sweden. Young Wallander sees Henning Mankell's iconic detective Kurt Wallander investigate his gripping first case. The story focuses on the formative experiences - professional and personal - faced by Kurt as a recently graduated police officer in his early twenties.
Young Wallander is directed by Ole Endresen and Jens Jonsson and produced by Berna Levin. Screenwriter is Ben Harris. Casting is made by Sophie Holland CSA (The Witcher) and the cast also includes Charles Mnene, Jacob Collins-Levy, Alan Emrys and Kiza Deen.
Young Wallander will launch exclusively on Netflix in 2020.
Adam Pålsson (Kurt Wallander)
Adam Pålsson achieved widespread recognition and acclaim in the SVT drama Don't Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves. He played the leading role in the TV series Moscow Noir, and has appeared in such shows as The Bridge, Code 1525 and Before We Die. He also portrayed the title character in the feature Ted- For Love's Sake about the legendary Swedish pop star Ted Gärdestad.
Richard Dillane (Superintendent Hemberg)
Richard appeared in the Oscar-winning feature Argo and the multi-award-winning Oranges and Sunshine, as well as The Jacket, The Edge of Love and Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. Among his numerous television credits are Wolf Hall, Poldark and Peaky Blinders. His stage work includes seasons at the RSC and National Theatre.
Leanne Best (Frida Rask)
Leanne's TV credits include Line of Duty, Ripper Street and Black Mirror, as well as major roles in Tin Star, Home Fires and the BAFTA-winning Cold Feet. She portrayed the title character in the feature film Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death and appeared in Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool, alongside Annette Benning and Jamie Bell. Her stage credits include the Pulitzer Prize winning Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse.
Ellise Chappell (Mona)
Known for her leading role as Morwenna in BBC's BAFTA winning Poldark, Ellise also starred in Sky's The Last Dragonslayer and the Danny Boyle/Richard Curtis feature film Yesterday.
Yasen Atour (Reza)
Yasen will have a leading role in the upcoming feature film Small City. He has also appeared in the recent features Ben Hur and Robin Hood. He has also had television roles in ITV's Dark Heart and Marcella, as well as Peter Kominsky's critically acclaimed miniseries The State.
Charles Mnene (Bash)
Charles's TV credits include The Widow, The State, Misfits and Silent Witness. He has also appeared in the feature films The Informer and NW. He will play the leading role in the upcoming feature Riding With Sugar by award-winning director Sunu Gonera.
Jacob Collins-Levy (Karl-Axel Munck)
Known for his leading role as King Henry VII in the Starz miniseries The White Princess, Jacob has also appeared in episodes of Pure and Doctor Who. He will appear in the upcoming feature adaptation of the Booker Prize winning True History of the Kelly Gang, directed by Justin Kurzel.
Alan Emrys (Gustav Munck)
Alan is a recent graduate of Drama Centre London. Since graduating Alan has appeared in Johnny English 3 and 4Stories.
Kiza Deen (Mariam)
Kiza's TV credits include Hollyoaks and Silent Witness. On stage, she earned rave reviews for her solo performance in debbie tucker green's random at the Leeds Playhouse.