Apple has announced that it is going on the run with the Fox family once again as it was confirmed that ‘The Mosquito Coast’ has been renewed for a second season on TV+. The announcement comes just days ahead of the season one finale, which will air this Friday June 4th.
Based on the novel by Paul Theroux and adapted for the screen by Neil Cross (‘Luther’), ‘The Mosquito Coast’ follows inventor and fugitive Allie (Justin Theroux) and his wife Margot (Melissa George) who uproot their family from their California home and head to Latin America to start a new life.
The series has so far received mixed reviews from audiences, who continue to speculate and share theories on why our characters are on the run and what happened to them in the past. The first season was originally planned to be a nine episode run but was shortened as a result of issues arising due to COVID-19. No date has currently been set for season two.
Viewers can catch up on season one ahead of the show’s finale on Friday over on the TV app.
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