The following story contains spoilers for Season 1 of It’s a Sin.
In February, HBO Max dropped all five episodes of the British drama, It’s a Sin, following the lives of gay young people grappling with the HIV/AIDS crisis during the 1980s. It’s a heartbreaking look at the British LGBT community fighting oppression and suppression, based on the real-life experience of screenwriter Russell T. Davies.
Season 1 ends tragically; Ritchie, home on the Isle of Wright, dies, with Jill forced to grieve her best friend’s death from afar. Roscoe finally returns home and Jill finds comfort in helping other HIV/AIDS patients.
As for a possible Season 2, well, it’s not looking likely. Here’s what we know so far:
Is there a Season 2 of It’s a Sin?
Sorry to break it to you, but there are no plans as of yet to bring back the series. Given the deaths of two of its leads during Season 1, Colin and Ritchie, the show likely won’t see another season. On Twitter, Davies has not yet announced any plans for a follow-up, either.
But if there was a Season 2, we do see a few ways the show could work: fans are obviously wondering about Roscoe’s reunion with his family. A Season 2 could also center around Ash, Ritchie’s on-again-off-again flame, whose life and background we never really explore. There are plenty of other supporting characters we want a backstory to as well, including Stephen Fry’s politico figure, Ashton.
We also just really want a happy ending for Jill. That alone warrants a Season 2, we think.
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