"I think we’re fairly confident about that we could find new and interesting stories to tell for many seasons yet.”From his words, The Mallorca Fil
“I think we’re fairly confident about that we could find new and interesting stories to tell for many seasons yet.”
From his words, The Mallorca Files could be on screens for some time to come yet and perhaps become almost as big as Death in Paradise, which has a huge international following and celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
Season two of The Mallorca Files will see Miranda and Max taking on a whole host of new cases taking them around the island.
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are only six episodes in the new series rather than 10.
But should the BBC give season three the green light, Sefton and his team have some stories already in the bag and are ready to go for more.
The Mallorca Files season 2 starts on BBC One from February 1 at 1.45pm and all episodes will be available on BBC iPlayer afterwards