Sharon Horgan’s “Bad Sisters” Renewed for Season 2 at Apple TV+

We haven’t seen the last of the Garvey Sisters. Apple TV+ has given the green light to the second season of “Bad Sisters,” Sharon Horgan’s dark comedy about five sisters who are suspected of involvement in the death of their brother-in-law. Deadline confirmed the news.

“If you had told me three years ago that I was making a series about five murdered sisters chasing a man around Ireland, I would have said, ‘Yeah, that sounds right,'” said Horgan. . “The response to our show was beyond what we could have expected. It gave us an opportunity to shed light on stories that don’t always get such a global platform. I look forward to cooling off in the Irish Sea once again.”

Horgan co-stars with murder-mystery execution makers and Anne-Marie Duff (“Sex Education”), Eva Berthistle (“The Last Kingdom”), Sarah Greene (“Normal People”), and Eve Hesson (“Behind”) are his eyes”).

In 2016, Horgan and her “Catastrophe” co-creator and co-star Rob Delaney received Emmy approval for their writing on the Channel 4 comedy About a Hookup That Leads to Parenthood. His other credits include “Divorce” and “Motherland”.