kit harington, who we just saw in the disappointing ‘A Challenging Future’, has signed on for a new series. This time return to hbo four years after the end of ‘Game of Thrones’… but not for the presumed Jon Snow spin-off. This time he will put on the suit to participate in season 3 of ‘Industry’.
The star will have a recurring role in the financial drama as henry muckCEO and founder of Lumi, a green technology company in the midst of a complex takeover bid in which they are involved pier point. This new season consists of eight episodes.
Released in 2020, ‘Industry’ could very well be a kind of “millennial” response (Lena Dunham directed the pilot) to the trend of series about the world of finance that have proliferated in recent years (such as ‘Billions’ or ‘Devils’, to name a few examples).
The series is created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay and has a wide cast led by Marisa Abela, Myha’la Herrold, Harry Lawtey, Ken Leung, David Jonsson, Conor MacNeill, Freya Mavor and Alex Alomar Akpobome, among others.
On the other hand, Harington is somewhat aware that HBO decides to move forward with the sequel to ‘Game of Thrones’ that would star a Jon Snow in his new life on the Wall. As the actor stated a few months ago:
He has to go back to the place with all this history and live his life thinking about how he killed Dany, and live his life thinking about Ygritte dying in his arms, and live his life thinking about how he hanged Olly, and live his life. Thinking about all this trauma and stuff…it’s interesting.”