The Bay Season 2 is like 'Game of Thrones in Morecambe'
The Bay Season 2 filmed in Morecambe is set to premiere on ITV in January 2021.
Morven Christie and Daniel Ryan will return as DS Lisa Armstrong and DI Tony Manning, alongside Taheen Modak as DC Med Karim and Imogen King and Art Parkinson as Lisa’s children Abbie and Rob.
Joining the cast are Joe Absolom (A Confession, Doc Martin), James Cosmo (His Dark Materials, The Name of the Rose, Game of Thrones), Stephen Tomkinson (DCI Banks, Trollied), Sharon Small (Trust Me, Mistresses), Sunetra Sarker (Ackley Bridge, Informer), Owen McDonnell (Killing Eve, My Mother and Other Strangers), Steven Robertson (Shetland, T2: Trainspotting), Amy James-Kelly (Safe, Military Wives Choir), Kerrie Taylor (Fallen, Where The Heart Is), Wendy Kweh (Silent Witness, Holby City) Julia Haworth (Clink,Coronation Street) and Jack Archer, making his professional screen debut.
Joe Absolom, who plays new character Andy Warren, told Digital Spy, :"It's like Game of Thrones in Morecambe."
Series two begins with Lisa Armstrong at a low ebb: forced to do menial police work whilst she watches Med go from strength to strength. But a new case involving a shocking murder within a loving family brings Lisa unexpectedly back into the front line. She must get under the skin of a new family and prove her worth; to her colleagues, to her family and to herself.
Creator Daragh Carville who lives in Lancaster with his wife, novelist Jo Baker, and their two children said: "I’m absolutely delighted to be returning to the world of The Bay and picking up the story of police detective Lisa Armstrong, as she faces massive new challenges both at work and at home.
"And once again our story plays out against the stunning backdrop of Morecambe Bay, with its beautiful views, its dangerous tides and its hidden secrets."
Stay tuned to ITV in January to watch The Bay Season 2.