The show, Perry Mason is a legal drama set in 1932 Los Angeles and based on novels and short stories written by Erle Stanley Gardner. The series is directed by Tim Van Patten and Deniz Gamze Ergüven. The series was premiered on June 21, 2020, on HBO, and had 8 episodes. The show saw an insurgent in the number of audiences as the story went ahead.
The first showrunners for the series, Ron Fitzgerald and Rolin Jones will not be coming back to the next season. They’ll rather be replaced by Michael Begler as Jack Amiel. These two new showrunners for the series are well-known for their participation in the famous show,’ The Knick’. This information is a shocker for many since this will have a massive influence on the answer for the next season of the show.
Perry Mason Season 2: Changed Showrunner
Fitzgerald and Jones had previously had a dialogue about their plans for the next season of the show which suggests they had an interest in continuing the work with the series;
Jones: There is a program. We’ve got 87 books which we can dive into and choose whatever we need from. There’s plenty of future out there for Perry Mason, if the gods of HBO funding be inclined to give us this chance. There is plenty there. I believe we’re only scratching the surface with a lot of stuff. There is a lot to do.
This isn’t the only real surprise or shocker for those fans. Another change for season 2 is that Tatiana Maslany will not be returning for the second season of the series. She was a central figure in the series as sister Alice, a wannabe prophet who maintained that she could communicate with God.
Overall, the sequential shocking strikes on the fans might lead to a huge failure of the next season of this show. There are lots of enthusiasts out there who are not happy at all with those changes and this could lead to the show getting a terrible response and so incurring a massive loss.