Industry has set its season 2 return on HBO.
The eight-episode season premieres on August 1 at 9 p.m.
Picking up a year later, the star sees the return of “Graduates” Myha’la Herrold as Harper Stern, Marisa Abela as Yasmin Kara-Hanani, Harry Lawtey as Robert Spearing, and David Jonsson as Gus Sackey, alongside “Management” Ken Leung as Eric Tao, and Conor MacNeill as Kenny Kilblane.
New series regulars this season are Alex Alomar Akpobome as Danny Van Deventer, "a wonderkid Executive Director from the New York office," Indy Lewis as Venetia Berens, "Yasmin’s newest recruit on the Foreign Exchange Sales Desk" and Katrine de Candole as Celeste Pacquet.
Jay Duplass joins as reputable hedge fund manager Jesse Bloom, Sonny Poon Tip is his his son Leo Bloom and Adam Levy is Yasmin’s playboy father Charles Hanani. Returning recurring cast includes Sarah Parish as Nicole Craig, Nicholas Bishop as Maxim Alonso, Sagar Radia as Rishi Ramdani, Mark Dexter as Hilary Wyndham, and Caoilfhionni Dunne as Jackie Walsh.
From creators Mickey Down and Konrad Kay,
The series “gives an insider’s view of the blackbox of high finance following a group of young bankers as they forge their identities within the pressure cooker environment and sex and drug fueled blitz of international bank Pierpoint & Co’s London office. In Season 2, our grads are no longer allowed to hide behind their graduate status. The market is ripping, and Pierpoint’s back to work or else mandate has the trading floor more charged up and paranoid than ever. New U.S. management will be gasoline on the flames – an injection of cross Atlantic energy that lights a fire under each and every employee. Now Harper (Herrold), Yasmin (Abela) and Robert (Lawtey) must drive new business and make new alliances both in and out of the office as Pierpoint and its junior bankers seek to take every advantage in a post-COVID world.”
Jami O'Brien writes and EPs along with Down and Kay.
The series is a Bad Wolf Production for HBO/BBC and is executive produced by Jane Tranter, David P. Davis, Ryan Rasmussen, and by Ben Irving for BBC; produced by Edo Ferretti. Other writers include Matthew Barry, Zara Meerza, Joseph Charlton and Charly Evon Simpson. Directors include Birgitte Stærmose, Isabella Eklöf and Caleb Femi.