We can say with certainty that almost every one of us enjoys watching horror movies or series with a blend of humor and if you do, I’m sure you have already binged the entire episodes of Wreck and are now earnestly awaiting the new season. Well, the great news is the series has been confirmed for season 2 and if you want to find out more details about the upcoming season, read this post till the end.
Conceived and penned by Ryan J. Brown, Wreck is a British comedy mystery horror TV series that premiered on the 9th October 2022 on BBC Three. The series stars Oscar Kennedy, Thaddea Graham, and Jack Rowan to name a few.
The story centers on Jamie (Kennedy), a young lad who accepts a mission to investigate his missing sister onboard a cruise ship. Although the series earned mixed reviews, it was a huge hit among the LGBTQ+ community. The series is executive produced by Noemi Spanos, Tommy Bulfin, and Chris Baugh.
Wreck Season 2 Release Date
BBC officially greenlit the series for a second season back in October 2022. As of now, an official air date has not been announced yet but it has been confirmed that season two of Wreck is scheduled for a 2023 release.
Wreck Season 2 Cast Members
It’s obvious that the central character will reprise their roles in the upcoming which include:
- Oscar Kennedy in the role of Jamie Walsh/”Cormac Kelly”
- Thaddea Graham in the character of Vivian Lim
- Jack Rowan will be back as Danny Jones
- Anthony Rickman in the role of Olly Reyes
- Louis Boyer in the character of Sam Rhodes
- Alice Nokes will play Sophia Leigh
- Peter Claffey will portray Cormac Kelly
- Miya Ocego will depict Rosie Preston
- Jodie Tyack in the role of Pippa Walsh
Additionally, fans can also expect to see new characters in the next season of Wreck.
Plot Details on Season 2 of Wreck
In the next series of Wreck things are going to be a lot different than the previous season.
Speaking to Bloody Disgusting, series creator Brown explains: “Each series will be in a different location. I can say that. Probably can’t say that. I said it, though. Each series will be in a different location with a slightly different feel, a different tone, and a different look. That was something I was keen to do. Not an anthology series by any means, but we’re taking these characters to different places, and the corporation running the cruise line is a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate with loads of different assets and interests around the world.”
He further added: “It’s a big company. So that was always the plan to have this big corporation and this small group of misfits trying to take down the evil Velorum company. So, I’ve always had a three-series idea. In series two, we play around slightly. We don’t fully embrace it, but we get to play around with folk horror a little bit. We’re still, first and foremost, a darker comic slasher. But we dabble in folk a little bit.“