BBC have released mores images of the second series of the award-winning drama Time series, which will feature Yorkshire’s own Jodie Whittaker, alongside Bella Ramsey, Siobhan Finneran, and Tamara Lawrence. Some absolute powerhouses of British female actors.
Whittaker, finished her stint as the doctor in Doctor Who is playing the lead along with Tamara Lawrance from Silent Witness and Bella Ramsay from Game of Thrones and The Last of Us. You can catch the new series of BBC drama Time tomorrow (29th October) on BBC One at 9pm.
The series was renewed for a second series back in March 2022. The original three-part series followed Mark Cobden, played by Bean, and Eric Mcnally, played by Graham, and their lives within the UK prison system.
The first series of Time saw Yorkshire-legend, Sean Bean and Stephen Graham playing prisoner and prison guard helping make Jimmy McGovern’s show a BAFTA award-winning series – and in turn putting huge expectation on series two.
Happy Valley actress Siobhan Finneran returns to her role as prison chaplain Marie-Louise.
BBC drama Time series two was once again written by Jimmy McGovern and Helen Black and directed by Andrea Harkin.
This series story will tell the story of three more inmates’ through Whittaker and the rest of the gang taking place inside a women’s prison, Carlingford Prison.
The three main cast members will be arriving at the prison at the same time readying themselves for the ever-present threat of violence and more as they do their time.
When is BBC’s Time Series two release date?
It’s set to be a three-part drama and will return to BBC One tomorrow (29th October) at 9pm and BBC iPlayer.
Time Series two plot
It takes place inside a women’s prison, Carlingford Prison with three new inmates Kelsey, Orla and Abi arriving on the same day. Similar to series one of Time, the inmates will have to learn fast to deal with the dangers of prison life.
A synopsis for the upcoming three-parter reads: “Arriving at Carlingford Prison on the same day, Kelsey, Orla and Abi are thrown together to face an unfamiliar world.
“But even with the ever-present threat of violence within its walls, they discover that an unexpected sense of community, and a shared understanding, still might be possible.”
The second series of BBC Drama Time will airs BBC One at 9pm and BBC iPlayer – catch up on the first series via BBC iPlayer here.