‘The White Lotus’: Emmy Nominated Cast Reveal What Creator Mike White Has Told Them About Potential Season 3 Returns & Spinoffs

Seven of the eight Emmy-nominated cast members HBO‘s white Lotus Those aren’t in Season 2, however, with producer Mike White teasing some of those potential future stories.

HBO Limited Series goes strong at Primetime Emmy Noms today, earning 20 total, becoming second most acclaimed series this year after HBO succession (25) and AppleTV+’s . join with Ted Lasso.

Of the eight nominated actors, five were in the supporting actress category alone –Connie Britton (Nicole Mosbacher), Alexandra Daddario (Rachel Patton), Natasha Rothwell (Belinda Lindsay), Sidney Sweeney (Olivia Mosbacher) and Jennifer Coolidge (Tanya McQuaid), the latter being the only core cast member to reprise her role for White Lotus: Sicily.

Three were nominated in Supporting Actor Limited/Anthology Series: Steve Zahn (Mark Mosbacher), Jake Lacey (Shane Patton), and murray bartlett (Armond).

Both Daddario and Lacey, who play depressed newlyweds, told Deadline that White has already worked out an idea for future episodes with their characters.

“Shane and I will be on a boat, talking about other people, annoying everyone around us,” Daddario said, “Mike’s mind is always at work. That’s the whole point with his commentary on the world: He’s always watching.”

Lacy explained, “Mike texted Alex and me with this idea for an episode where we’re both talking for half an hour; it’s just rich people feasting on a boat.”

Lacy also had her own idea for a future cameo: “I expected Molly Shannon and I to be behind a shot; we’re both on vacation in second place, chewing on a concierge. It’s like ‘that guy. Still out. He’s not even on trial; man still going on vacation!”.


Keeping quiet about her uber-career, privileged lady Nicole, Briton told us, “He wanted me to be in the second season, and there was an idea that I had a love for the character. We intended to make it into the third season.” A piece of casting didn’t work in the second season and we are looking forward to it in the third season. I would love to see a spinoff on every character in that show.”

Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer at HBO and HBO Max, Told Deadline’s Peter White that he is open for the third season of White lotus.

“The show is a lot for Mike. Obviously, he went from Hawaii to Italy, and so he has to think about where he wants to go?,” Bloys told Deadline. “Most listeners I meet … no one is doing a show to do it. They really have to be inspired by a story they feel they have to tell, they have to get out of them. Mike is different No. If he has a story or theme that he wants to explore for the third season, obviously, we’d be thrilled to have that conversation with him.”

“The night before we started shooting, Mike said, ‘You know, whoever is the best actor gets a spinoff series,'” recalled Bartlett, whose luxury Hawaiian resort manager was a typical tragedy in season one. suffers from. “Well, we can always go back in time or come back as ghosts,” said the Emmy nominee. bartlett supported today white Lotus Casting director Meredith Tucker to put his tape in front of White. The actor says he has already seen a picture on the down-low of the manager of the hotel ‘Armond’ in Season 2 – Sicily.

coolidge Told Us Today Season 2 White Lotus: Sicily “Even more complicated than before,” that it is “a different show.” In Season 2, his emotionally troubled, beloved rich lady Haley is traveling with his assistant, Portia, played by Lou Richardson. Season 2 was shot at the San Domenico Palace, Taormina, a Four Seasons hotel. Bloys told Deadline that Season 2 should be back on air for next year’s Emmys.

Britton Receives Her Fifth Acting Emmy Nomination Today white Lotus, Several actors and actresses in the limited series were first-time Emmy nominees, with Sweeney also nominated for supporting actress drama series. excitement. to Rothwell, white Lotus Passes out second Emmy nominee of his career after being nominated for Best Comedy Series for HBO vulnerable in 2020.