Anya Taylor-Joy tended to the chance of The Queen’s Gambit season 2 in the wake of winning a Golden Globe Sunday night. Netflix’s hit chess show, which was constantly planned to be a restricted arrangement, brought home two significant honors at the 2021 Golden Globes, including Best Limited Series or TV Movie and Best Actress in similar classification for its star Anya Taylor-Joy in the part of Beth Harmon. This acknowledgment comes a very long time after the arrangement appeared on Netflix to gigantic ubiquity and basic praise, surprising the streaming scene.
While all signs highlight The Queen’s Gambit being a restricted arrangement, this has not prevented watchers from expecting to see a subsequent season. Without a doubt, Netflix’s chess transformation will stay a restricted arrangement since the story spread out in Tevis’ epic was told totally in the show’s seven scenes, and there is essentially nothing left to add to Beth’s story. Nonetheless, there surely is a point of reference for a restricted arrangement being followed up by a subsequent season.
A new model incorporates HBO’s Big Little Lies, which was initially thought to be a restricted arrangement after the show’s initial seven scenes covered the sum of occasions in Liane Moriarty’s epic. The show’s makers at that point requested Moriarty for a continuation from the story, a solicitation which the creator obliged as a novella, and the show was restored for another season. Unfortunately, Walter Tevis died in 1984, so The Queen’s Gambit doesn’t have this choice available to its. In this way, the makers will without a doubt leave Beth “in a decent spot,” as Taylor-Joy says.