Back to Life Season 2 Episode 1 is expected to be on September 13, 2021. The British dramedy ‘Back to Life,’ directed by Christopher Sweeney.
The British dramedy ‘Back to Life,’ directed by Christopher Sweeney, follows Miri Matteson, who returns home to Hythe, Kent, after serving an 18-year jail sentence. Daisy Haggard’s performance and writing have received a lot of appreciation from critics since the show launched in April 2019 on BBC One. In addition to playing Miri, Haggard is a co-writer on the show with Laura Solon.
The Plot of Season 2 of Back to Life
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The first season finished with a number of major revelations for Miri (spoilers coming for those who haven’t seen it yet), one of which was that her mother Caroline had been having an affair with Dom, Miri’s high school lover. The real shock came when Miri learned that the battle between her and her friend Lara, which culminated in Lara’s murder and Miri’s imprisonment, was sparked in part by Miri’s best friend Mandy having an affair with Lara’s father John and lying to Lara when challenged about it.
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Miri isn’t speaking to her mother or Mandy as the second season begins, but she is enthusiastic about the future: she has a trial shift at the supermarket that could lead to a regular job, things are going well with her next-door neighbor and potential love interest Billy, and she’s found her crimper. She’s even discovering that not everyone in town thinks she’s the monster they thought she was. However, with the return of certain familiar figures, all of that appears to be about to alter.
Back to Life Season 2 Episode 1 Release Date
The show has already been renewed for a second season as a co-production between BBC Three and Showtime. The first episode of Season 2 of Back to Life will air on Monday, September 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Fans must be excited to learn more about the forthcoming season. So here is how you can watch the series online.
It’s completely free to watch in the UK thanks to Channel 4 and its All4 platform, and you can watch it right now from anywhere around the world. The series is also available for streaming on Showtime and Hulu.
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