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Ten Pound Poms to return for a second series with Michelle Keegan

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Ten Pound Poms’ is to return to BBC One for a second series.
The period drama follows a group of Brits who leave post-war Britain in 1956 to embark on an Australian adventure and after becoming one of the biggest new series of 2023, the broadcaster has announced that the show will come back for another outing, with former ‘Coronation Street’ actress Michelle Keegan, 36, set to return to the leading role of nurse Kate Thorne.
Writer, creator and executive producer Danny Brocklehurst said: “The positive viewer response to Ten Pound Poms was a true delight. “We tapped into a little-known part of our recent history and told stories that reflected the realities of the real Poms that made the trip. I couldn’t be more thrilled to be teaming again with the BBC, Stan, and Eleven to continue our characters’ adventure down under.”
Faye Marsay and Warren Brown are also set to join ‘Fool Me Once’ star Michelle in making a comeback for the second series of the show, which will follow Kate and the Roberts family into 1957 on their adventure Down Under, as they are determined to make this new country everything they hoped it would be for a fresh start.
Rob Collins, Leon Ford, Declan Coyle, Stephen Curry, Hattie Hook, Finn Treacy, Emma Hamilton and Cheree Cassidy will also be making a reappearance, whilst a host of new characters will also make their debut in the upcoming series.
Lindsay Salt, Director of BBC Drama, said: “We’re delighted to take BBC viewers back to Australia for more sunshine with Ten Pound Poms series two. With Michelle Keegan, Faye Marsay, and Warren Brown returning to lead the cast, and some fantastic new characters and stories from the brilliant Danny Brocklehurst, there’s so much more for our ‘Poms’ to discover Down Under…”
Filming begins in Australia in mid-February and the first series of ‘Ten Pound Poms’ is available to stream in full on BBC iPlayer.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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