Barry Keoghan looks all kind of menacing in the Top Boy series finale trailer
"One day that brother’s going to get what’s coming to him."
A new trailer has confirmed that Top Boy: The Final Chapter will be dropping less than a month from now, on September 7.
Described as ‘the best show on Netflix’ by Esquire, the show is set to return in just three weeks and the latest trailer appears to reveal the finale will be focused around retribution, revenge, and loyalty.
One new face for the final season is Ireland's own Barry Keoghan. The Dubliner has enjoyed a huge rise to fame over the last few years, with appearances in films like The Batman and Banshees of Inisherin.
In the trailer, we get a brief glimpse at his menacing character having a look over his shoulder. Not much is known about his character as of yet, but we're very intrigued at how he'll fit into the story.
Fellow Irish actor Brian Gleeson (Bad Sisters) is also set to appear in the last season of the hit Netflix show.
Barry Keoghan and Brian Gleeson join the cast of Top Boy: The Final Chapter
Alongside Keoghan and Gleeson, the upcoming season is set to star Ashley Walters, Kane ‘Kano’ Robinson, Little Simz, Jasmine Jobson, Saffron Hocking, Adwoa Aboah and Araloyin Oshunremi among others and will continue (and conclude?) the stories of east London drug dealers, Dushane and Sully with bigger implications than ever before.
Talking about the final season last year, Walters and Robinson who play the two main characters, explained: “While the journeys of Dushane and Sully have remained at the core of the show, the new characters that have entered the world of Top Boy have become a key part of the show’s legacy, representing each new storyline in a raw, authentic way.
“With all this being said, and staying true to our original goal, every story must have an ending and so season three will be our finale. A chance to come full circle and end the journey in the right way.”
Top Boy: The Final Chapter drops on September 7. Take a look at the trailer below.
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