The second season of AGC Televisions' tropical noir crime drama Troppo has wrapped production in Queensland, Australia.
Thomas Jane, and Nicole Chamoun Safe Harbour will reprise their roles as private investigators Ted Conkaffey and Amanda Pharrell.
Following the events of Season 1 six months latee, Ted (Jane) and Amanda (Chamoun) investigate a "bizarre local murder and an exotic drug ring, whilst Amanda tangles with an old enemy and a new love, and Ted’s past stalks him and his family to Crimson Lake – with deadly consequences."
The series is written and script produced by Andrew Anastasios, alongside writers Jane Allen, Chelsea Cassio, Kit Brookman, Boyd Quakawoot, Cole Haddon, and Angela McDonald, and helmed by Grant Brown, Robyn Grace, Thomas Jane (for two episodes), with Tony O’Loughlan serving as cinematographer.
Inspired by Candice Fox’s bestselling novel Redemption Point, Troppo was created by Yolanda Ramke, produced by Lisa Duff, series produced by Karl Zwicky, and executive produced by Greg Quail and Lisa Duff for Perpetual Entertainment; Mikael Borglund and David Ogilvy for Beyond Entertainment; Stuart Ford and Lourdes Diaz and co-executive producer Matt Bankston for AGC Studios; Thomas Jane and Courtney Lauren Penn for Renegade Entertainment and Yolanda Ramke.
Season two also stars Zindzi Okenyo, Simon Lyndon, Radha Mitchell, Ursula Yovich, Miah Madden, Ethan Lwin, Georgina Naidu, Angela Punch McGregor, and Brett Tucker, Robert Mammone Di Adams, Meyne Wyatt, Fletcher Humphrys, Caroline O’Connor, Ling Cooper Tang, Cramer Cain, Sara West, and Arka Das.
The show is a Perpetual Entertainment and Beyond Entertainment production in association with Renegade Entertainment, and is predominantly bankrolled by AGC Television in association with Screen Queensland.
The series will premiere on Australia's ABC TV and ABC iview.