Salisbury Poisonings Season 2

Salisbury Poisonings Season 2

‘The Poisonings of Salisbury’ is a BBC series based on facts, which became the biggest new drama channel ever launched in the UK over six years. AMC+ took the show to air solely for its US audience. It talks about Novichok Poisonings 2018’s story and the subsequent Amesbury Poisonings. It further describes the impact on the affected community of this tragic incident. With fans taking part in all of the first season’s episodes on one go, here’s all you need to know about season 2.

The Salisbury Poisonings Season 2: Premiere

On AMC+, 1 October 2020, Season 1 Salisbury Poisonings premiered. All its four episodes landed on the platform on the same date. It broadcast on BBC between 14 June 2020 and 16 June 2020 prior to its release in the USA. ‘The Salisbury Poisonings’ is a limited range which is a single-season covers the whole incident and its impact. For a subsequent edition, therefore, there are nearly zero scopes. Therefore, we can surely assume that season 2 is canceled. 

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The Salisbury Poisonings Season 2: Plotline

‘The Salisbury Poisonings’ tells an amazing true story of how an unforeseeable tragic event can break down a community. It also recounts how ordinary residents and public services react to a crisis in their neighborhood, that land. In 2018, Salisbury became the focus of an unprecedented national emergency, providing you with a background on the real event inspiring this story. The whole world saw this British city confronting one of the greatest political events of the 21st century.

Although we are already aware of the drama, we are not familiar with the stories of those who were heroes in the midst of the crisis. The authorities discovered that a poisonous fatal nerve agent named Novichok was used to contaminate the city, following a failure in the murder of double agent and spy Sergei Skripal and its daughter Giulia. It is so powerful that only half a teaspoon is sufficient to kill 20,000 people. Within four days, special agents throughout Salisbury found traces of poison. What else? What else? When a fragrance containing Novichok was found, this was further complicated.