Camila Morrone is set to join season two of The Night Manager, Deadline reported.

The Emmy-nominated actress is said to play a major role in the series’ second season. She’ll join Tom Hiddlestone who will reprise his role. Elizabeth Debicki, who played Jed Marshall, may not return.

It was announced last month that the series adaptation of the 1993 John le Carré novel has been renewed for two seasons. Amazon will produce seasons two and three as co-producer, replacing AMC.

The Night Manager returns for a second and third season

Details of the Morrone’s role have not been disclosed yet. The actress was nominated for and Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie for Daisy Jones & The Six. She played Camila Alvarez-Dunne, the wife of the band’s lead singer Billy Dunne (Sam Clafin). The series, based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling 2019 novel of the same name, premiered last year.

Her past credits include the comedy crime drama feature Marmalade, last year’s drama Gonzo Girl and the 2020 comedy musical drama Valley Girl.

Hugh Laurie, who starred with Hiddleston in the first season, will return as an executive producer. The series, created by David Farr, is also returning with Stephen Garrett as lead producer. The upcoming season will have a new director in Georgi Banks-Davies. Both Laurie and Hiddleston will serve as executive producers.

The Night Manager’s second season will star production later this year. The upcoming season will continue eight years after season one ended. More details regarding the plot are still under wraps since it’s no longer covered by the book, its source material. Another reason is that there is no confirmation yet on whether the first season’s villain arms dealer Richard Roper played by Laurie, will return.

Roper was last seen in the back of a police car commandeered by his aggrieved clients. The series’ ending differed from the books, but in both Roper survives. The second season could see him return to wreak havoc again.

In the series, Debicki’s Jed and Hiddleston’s Pine went their separate ways. However, in the book, Pine and Jed move in together at his isolated cottage a few miles from Land’s End, the Lanyon.

With Debicki’s return has not yet been confirmed or denied, her character could end up being part of the next season.