“THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO KEEP ASKING QUESTIONS: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, AND HOW. KNOWING THE ANSWERS TO EVERYTHING LEADS TO ZERO CREATIVITY, ZERO THINKING, AND ZERO IMAGINATION. A WISE MAN IS THAT WHO SOLVES A MYSTERY every day.”
Reading the above lines gives me a feeling and presence of the element of mystery. Mystery in itself is mysterious, I must say. When there is any movie or series of the genre which gets released, we put our minds into the thought process of trying to figure out what the plot may be. Even better is when such a concept and plot are injected with slight doses of the personal life of the protagonist character.
Such a series is ‘Bancroft’. The show revolves around Elizabeth Bancroft, who is a Detective Chief Superintendent. Her task is to find clues that can be put against a gang – this all starts when a case is decided to be reopened.
The show is a British television thriller series that began airing on ITV in December 2017. It was produced by Tall Story Pictures and distributed worldwide by the same company. The show was created by Kate Brooke. A second season also paved its way into the entertainment world. In overall terms, the series got mixed reviews from the critics but still managed to get the audience’s attention.
After the successful run of the second season, the audience is eagerly wanting to know when the third season of the show will premiere.
Bancroft Season 3 Release Date Announcement
Officially the makers have not announced anything about the airing of the third season but the creator and writer Kate Brooke mentioned that she has been up to something regarding the script and will hopefully start the shooting soon, in the upcoming months. However, the uncertainty increases day by day as the lockdowns are still in place and may extrapolate for a few more weeks.
The fans had to wait for twenty-five months for the second season of the detective show to premiere on screen. Fingers are crossed as we hope that the second season does not take as much time. Come back soon, Bancroft…