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Time Season 2 Is Coming to BritBox in March

BritBox has announced that the second season of prison drama Time is premiering on the streaming service on March 27, 2024.

Starring Bella Ramsey (The Last of Us), Jodie Whitaker (Doctor Who), Tamara Lawrance (No Offense), and Siobhan Finneran (Downton Abbey), the original BAFTA award-winning series is once again written and executive produced by Jimmy McGovern (Accused).

Time Season 2 Is Coming to BritBox in March

“I think what ‘Time’ series one did, [and] hopefully what this series is doing, is giving a face to the statistics or the problems,” said Jodie Whitaker.

“You can say there’s a wrong or a right, there’s a baddie and a goodie, or there’s a situation where there’s a bad decision and a good decision, but we all live in a grey area.”

Time Season 2 Is Coming to BritBox in March

Starring Bella Ramsey (The Last of Us), Jodie Whitaker (Doctor Who), Tamara Lawrance (No Offense), and Siobhan Finneran (Downton Abbey), the new season of Time is told through the lens of three very different inmates from three very different backgrounds.

Arriving at Carlingford Prison on the same day, Orla (Whittaker), Abi (Lawrance), and Kelsey (Ramsey) 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.

Jimmy McGovern, co-creator of FOX’s Accused, returns as writer and executive producer, with Helen Black (Grantchester) joining as co-writer. The original BAFTA award-winning Time with Sean Bean and Stephen Graham is currently available on BritBox.

The season two cast also includes BAFTA-award winner Sophie Willan (Alma’s Not Normal, Still Open All Hours), Julie Graham (Shetland, Being Eileen), Alicia Forde (Waterloo Road, Ryan Can’t Read), and Lisa Millett (The A Word, Robin Hood).

The cast is rounded out by Faye McKeever (The Responder, Des), Kayla Meikle (The Capture, The Girl Before), James Corrigan (This Is Going to Hurt, This England), Nicholas Nunn (Clique, SAS Rogue Heroes), and Maimuna Memon (Sherwood, Unforgotten).

The series is produced by Mark Hedges (Hanna, The Rising), with executive producers Priscilla Parish, Michael Parke, and Andrew Morrissey for BBC Studios, Lucy Richer for the BBC, Reemah Sakaan and Stephen Nye for BritBox North America, and Jimmy McGovern.

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