Filming has officially begun for the highly anticipated second season of the gripping crime drama "Suspect," produced by Eagle Eye Drama and set to air in 2024 on Channel 4 in the UK and BritBox International in the US and Canada. With an expanded eight-part series, viewers can expect an even more intense narrative, picking up where the first season left off.
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Returning to the lead role is the talented Anne-Marie Duff as Dr. Susannah Newman, who finds herself on a desperate mission to track down a self-confessed serial killer, played by Dominic Cooper. The stakes are higher as the killer reveals his intentions to strike again that very night, setting the stage for a suspenseful and dangerous pursuit.
As Dr. Newman faces challenges from both the escape of the suspect and the reluctance of her former lover, Detective Superintendent Richard Grove, played by Ben Miller, the tension escalates. Forced to take matters into her own hands, Dr. Newman embarks on a perilous mission to save a life, confronting personal demons along the way.
New additions to the cast include Dominic Cooper, Tamsin Greig, Vinette Robinson, Eddie Marsan, Celine Buckens, Nicholas Pinnock, and Gina McKee, promising a stellar ensemble that will add depth and intrigue to the series.
Anne-Marie Duff expressed her excitement about returning to "Suspect," promising viewers more twists, turns, and revelations. The series has been lauded for its intense storytelling and compelling characters.
Channel 4 Drama Commissioning Executive, Ben Wadey, shared the excitement, highlighting the return of Anne-Marie Duff and the inclusion of a stellar cast, ensuring viewers are in for an exhilarating experience.
Executive Producer for Eagle Eye Drama, Jo McGrath, teased a chilling opening episode and praised the exceptional cast, anticipating a series that will build to a terrifying climax under the direction of Carolina Giammetta.
Reemah Sakaan, CEO of BritBox International, expressed delight in the ensemble cast and the brilliant scripts delivered by Joy Wilkinson and David Allison, assuring US viewers an engaging and gripping experience.
Jill Kellie, Vice President Acquisitions at Fremantle, expressed enthusiasm about partnering with Channel 4 and BritBox for the second season, anticipating more nail-biting drama led by the BAFTA-winning Anne-Marie Duff.
The second season of "Suspect" is set to be directed by Carolina Giammetta, with scripts penned by Joy Wilkinson and David Allison. Executive producers include Jo McGrath, Walter Iuzzolino, Reemah Sakaan, and Stephen Nye.
Adapted from the Danish original "Forhøret (Face to Face)," "Suspect" promises to continue its legacy of riveting crime drama, with global sales handled by Fremantle. Transmission details are expected to be announced in the near future, building anticipation for the return of this thrilling investigative series.