Confirming a cliffhanger end to the first season, showrunner Tassie Cameron teased the direction of the coveted second chapter, should the show survive that long, per THR:
Once you see where the season goes, you’ll see how many different elements we’ve uncovered and revealed and explored and touched on that could lead very organically to a second season. The primal mystery of the season will be solved and be solved in ways that at times that are going to surprise people, I hope. But there’s a lot of hanging chapters at the end of it in terms of the people that Jane has met and the enemies that she’s made and the corruption she’s revealed and that kind of thing.
Continuing, she said:
That guilt is really, really who Jane is. Part of her whole identity is built around that sense of being conflicted and torn. It won’t ever go away; the conflict between Jane’s professional life and her personal life will always be at the heart of the series.
Will Ten Days in the Valley live to see a second season? Stay tuned…