A captivating first-look image has been unveiled in anticipation of the highly awaited second season of The Agency: Unfiltered, scheduled to premiere on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer on January 8, 2024.
The upcoming series boasts an expanded lineup of ten episodes, promising to be more expansive, daring, and irresistibly binge-worthy than its predecessor. Produced by IWC, a Banijay UK company, the new season continues its immersive journey behind the scenes at Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, offering an exclusive glimpse into the glamorous and tumultuous realm of social media influencers.
The initial season of The Agency: Unfiltered enjoyed immense success, particularly resonating with younger audiences and generating substantial buzz on various social media platforms.
In this fresh installment, co-founders Amy and Kirsten of Aquarius face renewed challenges. From coordinating international influencer excursions and hosting live events to negotiating brand partnerships and supporting their expanding team of influencers, the duo finds themselves busier than ever.
However, their struggles extend beyond the professional realm. Amy grapples with an ongoing health issue, while Kirsten navigates the delicate balance of being a first-time mother and a business owner.
For the influencers within the agency, it's a relentless race to adapt to the ever-evolving landscape of social media and the imperative to remain relevant.
Audiences can anticipate the return of familiar faces from the debut season, each grappling with their own unique blend of personal and professional challenges.
The Agency: Unfiltered series two, comprising 10 episodes of 30 minutes each, is an IWC production for BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer. Laura Capaldi and Mark Downie serve as executive producers for IWC, with Steve Allen, the commissioning executive for BBC Scotland, having commissioned the series. The first season is currently available on BBC iPlayer.
Mark your calendars for the premiere of The Agency: Unfiltered series two at 10 p.m. on Monday, January 8, 2023, on BBC Scotland, with all episodes accessible on BBC iPlayer.