BBC’s 2022 situational comedy, ‘Here We Go’ is officially renewed for a second season and fans are already anticipating its release. With its natural setting and relatable threads, ‘Here We Go’ managed to make its audience laugh with its simplistic appeal and with the second season gearing up for production, viewers are promised nothing short of a power packed, hilarity filled, entertainer.
Starring Freya Parks, Tom Basden, Jim Howick and Mica Ricketts among others, ‘Here We Go’ introduced its viewers to the routine happenings in any middle class family of Britain, and that plot device was exactly what made it so appealing. The simple plotline combined with an efficient casting ensured that the viewers would get the best out of their time. The Jessops managed to make their audience laugh by just being themselves, an accurate representation of the ordinary which itself is unique in its own way. Now, with the second season rumored to be releasing soon, be prepared for amusing banter throughout!
Plot, Crew and More
With the filming for the second season having supposedly begun on September, ‘Here We Go’ will be shot in London, the setting for its previous season. : Tom Basden, the original creator of the program, Tom Jordan, Josh Cole and Sam Ward will be forming the producing team while William Sinclair will reprise his role as the series’ director.
Seeing as how the first season was shot through lenses resembling a handheld camera, the upcoming season will be no different with Sam, one of the characters in the series, trying to make a documentary out of his family members as hilarious incidents keep occurring in their lives. The upcoming season can also be expected to feature guest starring and potential new characters. The first season of ‘Here We Go’ had a total of 7 episodes and the upcoming season is also said to have episodes in the same number.
The Success of ‘Here We Go’
Post the COVID Pandemic, people were in need for a light hearted, laughter filled entertainer that can help them ease into their normal lives and when ‘Here We Go’ premiered, it delivered just that, something to make one crack up without stressing too much on attempting new ways to deliver humor. It was simple, engaging and raw. The second season of the series will potentially continue in the same manner and will undoubtedly ensure that its viewers are left with a heart warming reaction. So, if you are yet to finish the first season, you can watch it on BBC One, and don’t forget, the new season will be releasing anytime now!