Man Like Mobeen creator-star Guz Khan has opened up a couple of potential fourth season of the sitcom.
In a recent interview with NME, Khan mentioned he would “like to go once more” for an additional season and defined how new episodes might contact upon the expertise of COVID-19 in jail.
“I’d like to go once more,” Khan mentioned of the way forward for the present. “The primary factor is no person is aware of what’s happening with scheduling and filming in the meanwhile, so even when we go forward with sequence 4 of Man Like Mobeen, and I’ve received some thrilling concepts – I positively really feel that a part of the story must be informed in Pakistan this time – however the issue is, the backlog of scheduling goes again to 2022, so I’ve received to make an actual alternative based mostly on timelines and other people’s curiosity. If we will’t make the present inside a superb framework, I might need to depart it the place it’s.”
Describing a possible plot improvement for the brand new episodes, Khan mentioned Man Like Mobeen might take a look at the affect of coronavirus in jail based mostly on the way in which season three left two key characters.
“Mobeen and Nate are at the moment in jail,” Khan started, “so if we go for sequence 4 – which is hopefully on the playing cards – we’re going to should discover what COVID was like for these two in jail.”
Season three of Man Like Mobeen is accessible to stream on BBC iPlayer now.