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We Are Lady Parts Season 2 to Debut on May 30

Peacock has announced that We Are Lady Parts Season 2 will premiere on the streaming service on May 30, 2024. The new season will consist of six episodes, all of which will be available at launch.

Peacock also revealed that education activist Malala Yousafzai and comedian Meera Syal are set to guest star in the second season. You can catch up on Season 1 of the music-infused comedy, which is streaming now on Peacock.

We Are Lady Parts Season 2 to Debut on May 30

Season two of We Are Lady Parts sees the band return with a renewed artistic mission after the high of their first UK tour, only to find a rival band threatens their delicate status quo.

As the reality of chasing success sets in, Lady Parts embark on recording their first album, juggling personal ambitions and deciding whether ‘making it big’ is really what they wanted. The series comes from Nida Manzoor and Universal International Studios’ Working Title Television.

We Are Lady Parts Season 2

“Making season one of We Are Lady Parts was immense for me. It was a trial by fire, but I found my voice, my style, and my confidence in creating this show,” said creator, writer, and executive producer Nida Manzoor. “Most importantly, I found my tribe – from actors and crew to producers and studio execs.

“So, coming to season two, I was galvanized. The characters, the world, the tone – it was all there, established, and ready to go. Now it was time to turn things up to 11. I wanted to go bolder, sillier, darker, and deeper, and that is exactly what we strived to do.”

Sarah Kameela Impey as Saira

Manzoor continued: “In season two, we explore the interior lives of each of the women in more depth. Each of them facing new, existential challenges with all the silliness, pratfalls, and banter of season one. The music is bigger, too – more wild original tunes (penned by me and my siblings) and dare I say it, even better covers.

“The season overall asks the question of success. What is success? For a punk band – is fame, stadium shows, and major record deals the answer? I wanted to explore the uncomfortable tension between art and commerce and ask how much compromise is too much. I’m really proud of what we achieved, and can’t wait to share it with old fans and new.”

Juliette Motamed as Ayesha

The cast includes Anjana Vasan, Sarah Kameela Impey, Juliette Motamed, Faith Omole, Lucie Shorthouse, Aiysha Hart, Zaqi Ismail, and Shobu Kapoor. Surian Fletcher-Jones, Tim Bevan, and Eric Fellner are the executive producers for Working Title Television, and John Pocock is the producer.

The series was commissioned for Channel 4 by Charlie Perkins (Head of Comedy) and Laura Riseam (Commissioning Editor). It is distributed by NBCUniversal Global TV Distribution.

Faith Omole as Bisma
Lucie Shorthouse as Momtaz
Bradley Banton as Ali, Kimani Arthur as Taifa, Eman Alali as Farah
Sarah Kameela Impey as Saira, Anjana Vasan as Amina Hussain, Faith Omole as Bisma, Lucie Shorthouse as Momtaz, Juliette Motamed as Ayesha