Season 2 of “In the Flesh” premieres on BBC America May 10th, and if you’re as excited as we are, check out the first four minutes of Episode 1 right here, right now! Not caught up? Season 1 begins streaming on BBCAmerica.com tomorrow, May 2nd.
The expanded six-episode new season of “In the Flesh” picks up nine months after the events of Season 1, and the war to protect the town from the Undead, known as Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferers, has ceased.
Luke Newberry (The Legend of Hercules) reprises his role as Kieren Walker and leads the cast together with Emily Bevan (“The Thick of It”) as Amy Driver, Harriet Cains (“Doctors”) as Jem Walker, Stephen Thompson (“Doctors”) as Philip Wilson, Kenneth Cranham (Maleficent) as Vicar Oddie, Kevin Sutton (“Shameless”) as Gary, Steve Cooper as Steve Walker, Marie Critchley as Sue Walker, Sandra Hugget as Shirley Wilson, Gerard Thompson as Dean, and Gillian Waugh as Pearl Pinder.
They are joined by new cast members Wunmi Mosaku (“Dancing on the Edge,” I Am Slave), playing local MP Maxine Martin, and Emmett J. Scanlan (“The Fall,” “Hollyoaks”), who plays charismatic disciple of the Undead Prophet, Simon.
“In the Flesh” Episode 1 (airs 5/10/14, 10-11 PM)
Partially Deceased Sufferer (PDS) Kieren Walker is now in the seemingly PDS-friendly world of Roarton. Keeping his head down, working soul-destroying shifts in the Legion pub, and squirreling money into his ‘escape fund’, Kieren only has one problem – himself. Still wrestling with ‘what’ he is, Kieren desperately wants to leave Roarton and start a new life. But as tensions reignite, that dream may be further away than he thinks. But a little light has returned to Kieren’s life when his BDFF (best dead friend forever) Amy Dyer makes her return to Roarton.
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