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‘Vigil’ Season 2 Gets December UK Premiere Date On BBC

Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie return

by Dave Elliott

‘Vigil’ Season 2 Gets December UK Premiere Date On BBC

The BBC has set a UK premiere date for Vigil Season 2, which sees Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie return alongside new cast members Romola Garai, Dougray Scott, and more.

Having spent most of the first season underwater in a submarine, in a brand-new investigation, Amy Silva (Jones) and Kirsten Longacre (Leslie) look to the skies as they enter the secret world of drone warfare to catch a killer. Following multiple deaths at a Scottish weapons test, the duo are tasked with finding out the cause. Entering the closed ranks of the air force in Scotland and the Middle East, the pair face the deadly warfare of tomorrow as they fight for their own uncertain future.

As previously announced, ‘Vigil’ season two also stars Gary Lewis (His Dark Materials, Granite Harbour) who returns as DSU Robertson, alongside new cast members Romola Garai (Becoming Elizabeth, The Hour), Dougray Scott (Crime, Enigma), Amir El-Masry (SAS Rogue Heroes, Limbo), David Elliot (The Liberator, Bulletproof), Chris Jenks (Sex Education, Karen Pirie), Tommy Sim’aan (The Midwich Cuckoos, Doctors), Oscar Salem (House of the Dragon, Des), Jonathan Ajayi (Noughts + Crosses) and Hiba Medina in her first major TV role.

The six-episode season is made by World Productions, an ITV Studios company, for the BBC. It is written and created by Tom Edge, with episodes by Maryam Hamidi, James Smythe and Ryan O’Sullivan and Matilda Wnek. Series two was directed by Andy De Emmony (The Nest, The Last Kingdom) and Josh Agnew (Deep State, Outlander). The producer is Marcus Wilson (Doctor Who, Luther) and associate producer is George Aza-Selinger. Executive producers are Simon Heath and Jake Lushington for World Productions, Gaynor Holmes for the BBC, and Tom Edge. International distribution is handled by ITV Studios.

Vigil‘ Season 2 premieres Sunday, 10th December 2023 at 9pm on BBC One and iPlayer in the UK.

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