Gangs of London

Gangs of London season 1 is now available on Sky Show

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What’s the show about?

Pure and intense action brought to you by Gareth Evans, director of "The Raid": Finn Wallace, London's most powerful player in organised crime, was murdered - and his son Sean is out for revenge. - "Gangs of London" now on Sky Show.

Why you should watch Gangs of London

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    The director

    "The Raid" director Gareth Evans is known for his ingenious ways of filming action scenes. He takes the audience on an action-packed journey and a search for clues through London’s underworld, combined with uncompromising fight scenes. Find out more in the bonus videos.

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    The actors

    See Colm Meaney (Star Trek, Tolkien) as the powerful gangster boss Finn Wallace, Michelle Fairley (GoT, 24: Live Another Day) as the matriarch of the Wallace clan, Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders, Green Room) as the hotheaded son, Sope Dirisu as Elliot Finch (Humans, The Huntsman & The Ice Queen) who makes it into the inner circles of the clan...find out more about the characters in the bonus videos.

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    Action Fest

    Not for the faint hearted! Enjoy explicit fight scenes with elaborately choreographed fight sequences in the multicultural underworld of London. Elliot (Sope Dirisu) often proves himself as a one-man army in complex one-on-one fights or brutal shoot-outs. More about this in the bonus videos.

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    GoL season two confirmed

    The opening episode of "Gangs of London" alone was watched by more than two million viewers in England, making the series the most successful in-house Sky production - even more successful than "Chernobyl". Gangs of London" is now officially getting a second season since it had the most successful series launch in recent years.

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    Fun Fact

    The Sky Original "Gangs of London" is based on the 2006 video game of the same name, which is also characterized by extreme action and bloody fights in the London underworld.

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