Mat Baynton has confirmed the possibility of You, Me and the Apocalypse Season 2.
The comedy-drama wrapped its first season Dec. 2 on Sky1 in the UK, ahead of its 2016 US launch on NBC.
So far, the networks have yet to cancel or renew You, Me and the Apocalypse for Season 2.
However, speaking to RadioTimes.com, Baynton expressed his desire for the series to return and said it would have different energy to Season 1:
If there’s a [Season 2] it will be very different to the first. It will be about the bunker and how people get on in there or probably about the future when they emerge from that bunker. I am not saying it will be set in a bunker but let’s say it could be.
That said, if the series is cancelled, Baynton believes the show has already given fans a “sense of completion”:
“I really liked that about this series. [Writer] Iain Hollands said ‘no, we are promising the end of the world and we are going to give the audience the end of the world’. The fact that we get there is a great thing. It’s giving the audience some sense of completion. It’s so unsatisfying having an unfinished story and you have to wait 18 months to find out what happened.”
Watch this space as we monitor the status of You, Me and the Apocalypse Season 2…