The BBC drama that brought a different perspective to finance might be coming back for Industry Season 3. Season 2 of Industry was almost on the verge, with the new season taking up a year after the pandemic’s peak and still following the competitive world of finance, and this season was written by former financial professionals and first-time screenwriters Mickey Down and Konrad Kay. We are expecting them to work together for Industry Season 3 again.
Myha’la Herrold reprised her role as Harper, an American graduate working in London, with Season 2 purportedly focusing on the fallout from Harper’s choice to sell out her colleague. We were shocked that she did it in order to improve her own career, and we wonder what will happen to her in Industry Season 3.
We know that she takes a significant decision to progress in her profession, maybe at the expense of the connections she’s formed, so Season 2 focused on her navigating what that decision means for her. We also watched her life in London and her relationships with Yasmin and Eric. Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about Industry Season 3.
Industry Season 3 Release Date
Industry Season 2 premiered on HBO Max in the United States on Monday, August 1, 2022, which is a very recent date. We still don’t know when it will air in the United Kingdom, so stay tuned for further details on the specific airdate.
When it comes to Industry Season 3’s release, it is still too early for the producers to announce a date for it, so we still do not know when it will premiere. Considering the success of Season 1 and 2, we think we will watch Industry Season 3 sooner than most expect.
According to the official Season 2 summary, the grads are no longer allowed to hide behind their degree status, the market is ripping, and Pierpoint’s return was a big hit. New management in the United States will be like fuel on the fire, and now, Harper, Yasmin, and Robert must drive new business and forge new partnerships.
The majority of the cast from Season 2 of Industry will return for Industry Season 3, including Myha’la Herrold, David Jonsson, Marisa Abela, and Ken Leung, with newcomers Adam Levy and Jay Duplass, and here is the entire cast list: Myha’la Herrold as Harper Stern, Marisa Abela as Yasmin Kara-Hanani, Harry Lawtey as Robert Spearing, Ken Leung as Eric Tao, Conor MacNeill as Kenny Kilbane, Sarah Parish as Nicole Craig, Sagar Radia as Rishi Ramdani, David Jonsson as Augustus ‘Gus’ Sackey, and Mark Dexter as Hilary Wyndham.
You can view the complete Season 2 trailer for Industry right below.
Where to watch Industry Season 2?
With the release of the new season, many are now wondering where to watch the latest episodes. The 1st season of the program was broadcast on HBO on November 9, 2020, and the next month, it was revived for the 2nd season, and it was completed in December 2021, and now that Industry Season 2 is here, here’s how, where, and when you can watch it.
HBO Max will have Industry Season 2 accessible for streaming, and Industry Season 2 will be available solely on HBO Max, thus you must have an HBO Max account to watch the show. You can sign up for either of their plans which cost $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month; however, if you want to watch the show on TV, the 1st episode will air on HBO. We expect Industry Season 3 to be released on the same streamer.
Is Industry worth watching?
The eight-episode series, created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, and directed by Lena Dunham, investigates the world of banking from a perspective we’ve rarely seen before, so it is a really different take on the subject. Solely based on this reason, we can say that the Industry is definitely worth watching and binge-worthy.
Rather than following the self-assured and deceitful leaders at the top of the food chain, the Industry focuses on the bottom, and it is what makes the show different. The story revolves around a group of fresh graduates employed by Pierpoint & Co, a famous London investment bank, however, we later learn that there is a catch to their success.
Even though they have been employed, there are just a few permanent roles available, and the show centers around these young workers scratching, scheming, and hustling their way, so it is impossible to put this hot drama in the context of business.
The show also glorifies the complex falsehoods of its dynamic heroine Harper, and at times, it serves as a deconstruction of the work-first, live-later ethos that has come to characterize millennials, but others saw the drama as a purposefully chaotic yet erotic investigation of the relationship between ambition and sexuality.