Good news, drama fans – Justin Theroux’s drama The Mosquito Coast is returning for a season 2.
Ahead of the show’s finale, Apple TV + announced plans to continue the Fox family story in a statement.
The post read: “Mosquito Coast has captured the imaginations of viewers around the world, not only for its adrenaline-fueled action and adventure, but also for the captivating family history and captivating performance at its heart.
“We look forward to seeing what comes next for the Fox family and the public as we continue to experience this thrilling adventure.”
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What is the mosquito coast?
The Mosquito Coast is based on the 1981 novel by Paul Theroux, Justin’s uncle.
The series follows Allie Fox (Theroux), who uproots her family and travels to Mexico as he flees the US government.
Soon family secrets begin to emerge as they are forced to work together to survive.
A 1986 film adaptation saw Harrison Ford, River Phoenix, and Helen Mirren star.
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However, unlike its predecessor, the series “acts as a prequel” to the book.
Neil Cross, who writes the show, has previously explained that they are working on the events of the book as the final destination.
La Côte des Moustiques is available on Apple TV +.
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