HBO renewed the series Industry for its 3rd season, still without a premiere date. The attraction, created by newcomers Mickey Down and Konrad Kay in 2020, follows a group of ambitious young college graduates vying for a spot at a top London investment bank.
As they delve into the financial world and try to make their mark, they must fight to “secur their future in a corporate culture defined as much by sex, drugs and ego as it is by business and profit,” reads the official synopsis.
“Industry reached new heights in Season 2, building on its success through addictive storylines, complex characters, a breakneck pace and insightful observations on the contemporary dynamics of this work environment.” TV Line.
“We are incredibly proud of what the entire production team has already been able to deliver and we couldn’t be more excited to continue this journey with a 3rd season.”
The 3rd season of the series about the competitive financial world was made official by HBO, with no premiere date yetSource: Industry (HBO/Reproduction)
The cast includes Myha’la Herrold (Harper Stern), Marisa Abela (Yasmin Kara-Hanani), Harry Lawtey (Robert Spearing), David Jonsson (Gus Sackey) and Conor MacNeill (Kenny Kilbane).
The series also stars Sagar Radia (Rishi Ramdani), Jay Duplass (Jesse Bloom), Katrine De Candole (Celeste Pacquet) and Ken Leung (Eric Tao), in the role of Pierpoint & Co. The expectation is that all the familiar faces will return for the new year.
The first two seasons of Industryconsisting of 8 episodes each, can be watched via HBO Max.