Good news, drama fans – Justin Theroux drama The Mosquito Coast returns for a second season.
Ahead of the show’s finale, Apple TV + made a statement to announce it would continue the Fox family story.
The message reads: “The Mosquito Coast has captured the imaginations of viewers around the world, not only because of its adrenaline-pumping action and adventure, but also because of the captivating family history and performances in the heart.
“We can’t wait to find out what’s next for the Fox family and let the audience continue to experience the thrill.”
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What is “The Mosquito Coast” about?
The Mosquito Coast is based on the 1981 novel by Paul Theroux, Justin’s Uncle.
The series follows Allie Fox (Theroux), who uproots his family and travels to Mexico on the run from the US government.
Family secrets soon emerge as they are forced to work together to survive.
A 1986 film adaptation starred Harrison Ford, River Phoenix and Helen Mirren.
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In contrast to its predecessor, however, the series functions “as a prequel” to the book.
Neil Cross, who writes the show, has previously stated that they are working towards the book’s events as an ultimate goal.
The Mosquito Coast is available on Apple TV +.
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