Tell Me Everything, a British television series from ITVX, has started filming its second season in England. The season’s production team was observed in the Hertfordshire towns of Hitchin and Letchworth, both of which are situated in the North Hertfordshire region. The teen series follows the lives of a group of teenagers, including Jonny Murphy, Louis Green, Neve, Mei, Regan, and Zia, “whilst they are still searching for their own identity, exploring sexuality, and experimenting with relationships, alcohol, drugs, and sex.”
A hill on the outskirts of Hitchin town centre, Windmill Hill, served as the location for the second season’s filming. The second season also includes filming at Mooboo Bubble Tea and Broadway Gardens, two other venues. The teen drama’s first season also includes a scene from Broadway Gardens. Welwyn Garden City, where the series is located and the first round was partially filmed, might also be used for filming. Hertfordshire’s picturesque scenery may be seen in a number of well-known movies and television programmes, including “Barbie,” “Euphoria,” “The Flash,” “House of the Dragon,” “Silo,” “The Dark Knight,” “The Crown,” “The Batman,” etc.
The second season’s scripts were written by the show’s creator, Mark O’Sullivan. In the show, he also portrays Mr. Horrocks. Lee and Dean and “The Agency” episodes written by Mark before. His acting resume includes the science fiction series “The Nevers” on HBO. After directing three episodes each in the first season, Richard Senior and Marley Morrison take the helm for the episodes of the sophomore round. ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘The Last Kingdom,’ ‘Humans,’ ‘Poldark,’ and ‘Silent Witness’ are just a few of Richard’s acting credentials. ‘Sweetheart,’ starring Nell Barlow and Ella-Rae Smith, was directed by Morrison, who is well-known for it.
In terms of the cast, we can anticipate the return of Eden H. Davies as Jonny, Spike Fearn from “The Batman” and “Aftersun,” Lauryn Ajufo from “Luther: The Fallen Sun” and “The Last Bus,” Callina Liang from “Free Rein,” Tessa Lucille from “Flowers in the Attic: The Origin,” and Carla Woodcock as Zia. Additionally, in the second round, we might witness Aidan McArdle (John), Clare Calbraith (Ann), Mark Quartley (Andrew), Nigel Harman (Gareth), Sobowale Antonio Bamgbose (Ademola), Efé Agwele (Timmi), Momo Yeung (Jing), Dan Li (Shen), etc.
As the show’s executive producers/producers, Scott Bassett, Camilla Campbell, and Robert Wulff-Cochrane work alongside Mark. The second season of the teen drama’s release date has not yet been disclosed by ITVX.
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