He explained: “Well, the first series ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, so there’s a situation that we need to deal with, as season two begins.
“Also, I mean, there are things that happened during season one, which obviously, Malcolm has learned from and will continue to try and make his own personal progress.”
It sounds like fans will see an interesting side to Malcolm in the second season, with Tom noting: “He keeps himself in this situation in New York, he could leave again and go somewhere else but he’s determined to stay and figure out his own demons and, and help his family.
“And I think that struggle will continue and it’s it’s about how he copes with that and how he chooses to continue to live his life,” concluded the star.
The Walking Dead season 10 finale will be airing on October 4 on AMC and later on FOX UK and Prodigal Son is on Tuesdays at 9pm on Sky One and NOW TV.