BBC announces season 2 of Blue Lights, will film in Belfast this summer

Several actors are reprising their roles

By Gabriella Geisinger 21 Apr 2023

BBC announces season 2 of Blue Lights, will film in Belfast this summer
Blue Lights; Cr: BBC

BBC's hit Belfast-based drama Blue Lights has been renewed for a second season, and will begin filming in Belfast this summer.

The BBC recently announced the renewal of the Two Cities Television production, with its second series comprising six 60 minute episodes. 

Series one of the hit police drama debuted on iPlayer in March 2023 to positive reviews. It was directed by Gilles Bannier, co-created and written by Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson, co-created and co-produced by Louise Gallagher of Gallagher Films, and co-created and produced by Stephen Wright of Two Cities Television, with support from Northern Ireland Screen. Along with season one, season two will be distributed by BBC Studios

For season two, several actors are set to reprise their roles including Siân Brooke, Martin McCann, Katherine Devlin, Nathan Braniff, Joanne Crawford, Andi Osho, and Hannah McClean.

Series one follows three new PSNI probationary recruits as they navigate their way through their first few months in a uniquely dangerous place to be a response police officer. Blue Lights is an authentic, gripping and darkly funny drama about ordinary people doing an extraordinary job.

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