Silo: Rebecca Ferguson reveals positive update on sci-fi series

Silo: Rebecca Ferguson reveals positive update on sci-fi series

Rebecca Ferguson has given an insight on upcoming seasons of Apple TV+ sci-fi series hit, Silo.

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It’s promising we’ll be heading to the world of Silo for four seasons, according to star and executive producer, Rebecca Ferguson, who gave an update on the Apple TV+ sci-fi series to Collider recently.

Silo was a hit for the streaming service when it was released back in 2023, with 88% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Based on the books by Hugh Howey, the show followed the mile-deep home of the last people on Earth, which is seemingly protecting them from the toxic and deadly world outside. However, no one knows when or why the silo was built and any who try to find out face fatal consequences. Ferguson stars as Juliette, an engineer who, when looking for answers of her boyfriend’s murder, tumbled onto a mystery that went far deeper than she could have ever imagined.

No-one knows when or why the silo was built…

The second series was put on hiatus due to the Hollywood strikes but, according to Ferguson, “Season 2 is shot and coming out” and not only that, but she has given up update on seasons three and four.

“I believe that the show has an ending, and I know when that is. So that’s the answer. You will find out when the show is done. To be honest, I don’t think it’s a secret. The books are the books. It’s three books, and the three books are divided into four seasons. So I believe, unless any Apple person is gonna jump on, I think we’re absolutely fine with saying Season 1, we’ve done. We’re now looking at green-lighting Seasons 3 and 4. And I think we would film them maybe together, and that would be the end.”

Ferguson continued to explain one of the reasons behind filming the last two seasons together is because they want the fans to be able to watch the series as soon as possible. “I think that is the plan, and I believe that because the request of it is so demanding, which is amazing, the point would be to give the people what they want to get so we don’t have too much of a gap.

“But everything changes. It’s about timing. It’s about what works. What else is coming out. It’s a mathematical equation of how things are being dropped, and when it’s being dropped.”

Silo Season One is currently available to watch on Apple TV+.