Tehran Season 2 Updates: For season 2 of the spy thriller series Tehran, Academy Award-nominated actress Glen Close has been hired in a role that was reportedly written specifically for her.
Tehran on Apple TV+ features Tamar Rabinyan, an Iranian-born, Israeli-raised spy who is sent back to Iran under a false name to infiltrate Tehran. It’s her first deep-cover operation, and she’s tasked with assisting Israel in planning an assault on Iran’s nuclear programme.
Unfortunately, the operation fails, trapping Tamar in a new perilous location. The first season of the show contained eight episodes. The sitcom first broadcast on Israeli television network Kan 11 before being picked up by Apple TV+ in June 2020 and made available worldwide on September 25. Season 1 of Tehran was well-received by critics.
It was acclaimed for being able to depict global political espionage in such a personal and sensitive way. In January 2021, Apple TV+ renewed Tehran for a second season.
Glenn Close in Tehran Season 2
According to Deadline, Oscar-nominated actress Glen Close will star as Tehran in Season 2 of this Apple TV+ spy thriller series. According to Deadline, Close is a great fan of the programme and was excited to learn about the new part developed for her by show producers Moshe Zonder and Omri Shehar.
Marjan Montazeri, a British lady residing in Tehran, will be played by the actress. The character’s identity is unknown.
Glen Close has played numerous memorable parts over the years, including Cruella de Vil in 101 Dalmatians and Alex Forrest in Glen Close. Close will be a series regular for the third time in her career. This critically renowned espionage thriller series would not be complete without the two-time Emmy Award winner and eight-time Academy Award candidate. Close’s admirers will be hoping that Tehran will earn her a third Emmy and extend her award-winning streak.
Shaun Toub, Navid Negahban, Shervin Albani, Liraz Chart, and Menashe Noy star in Tehran, which was developed by Moshe Zonder, Omri Shenhar, Dana Eden, and Maor Kohn.