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Will Young Royals have a season 3? Cast comments on possibility

The 2nd season of Young Royals debuted on Netflix and the title shot up to the streaming platform’s most watched list. With that, it’s no surprise that fans are already teasing the cast as to whether the story will continue.

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Although the 3rd season has not yet been officially confirmed, the artists have already hinted that there are, yes, conversations about the future of the series.

“At the top of the hierarchy is history. The possibilities are endless, but it depends on what can be said,” Edvi Ryding, Prince Wilhelm, said in an interview with GX magazine. According to the actor, the reception of the public is essential for the renewal and the first four weeks of audience are the most important.

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Also, Omar Rudberg, the series’ Simon, talked about the importance of having a story, and not just doing seasons without a lot of content. “As with all projects, we think it’s important that you have something to tell and not just squeeze every last drop until the audience gets tired,” he said.

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With that, he suggests that the writers need to develop the plot to avoid that an eventual 3rd season is tiring for the fans. Still, so far, there is still no official information about the new episodes.

Learn more about Young Royals

With two seasons already available on Netflix, the series was created by Lisa Ambjörn, Lars Beckung and Camilla Holter, and tells the story of Prince Wilhelm, who tries to get used to life in a new school, while continuing to follow his duties. of royalty.

The cast includes Edvin Ryding, Omar Rudberg, Frida Argento, Samuel Astor, Mimmi Cyon and Uno Elger.

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(Source: Netflix/Disclosure)Source: Netflix

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