“I am afraid that if we try to tell more, we will ruin what has already been told”
producer of netflix Queen’s Gambit Has brushed off hopes for a second season, saying they are “afraid” of ruining what’s already been told by trying to expand on the existing story.
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The series, which premiered in October 2020, centers around the rise and struggle of an orphaned chess prodigy, played by Anya Taylor-Joy. It garnered 11 Emmy Awards at this year’s ceremony, which was held yesterday (September 19). Crown For the most awarded program.
talking to time limit after functionhandjob Emmy-winning director and executive producer Scott Frank dismissed plans for a second series or any sort of sequel.
“I think we told the story we wanted to tell, and I’m worried – let me put it differently – I’m afraid that if we try to tell more, we’ll lose what we’ve already told. Will ruin it,” he explained.
After the team confirmed that they may have future projects on the horizon, fellow EP William Horberg said, “We will all definitely keep working together.”
“Absolutely,” replied Taylor-Joy, “and try to find another story to tell with the same passion and amazing cast team.”
time limit It also reported that both producers are set to bring co-stars Moses Ingram and Marielle Heller “for the next ride.”
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Soviet chess champion Nonna Gaprindashvili has filed a $5 million defamation suit against Netflix over a line made in the final episode. Queen’s Gambit Describing “she is the women’s world champion and has never faced men”.
Gaprindashvili has denied this claim, explaining that he competed against 59 male chess players, 28 of them in a game simultaneously, with ten grandmasters, until the year 1968 when the episode was set.