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Trailer For Sky Drama ‘Save Me Too’ With Suranne Jones Just Dropped

Trailer For Sky Drama ‘Save Me Too’ With Suranne Jones Just Dropped

It's back!

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Fans of Sky Atlantic's Save Me will be thrilled to hear that Save Me Too is soon set to land - and we've got a nail-biting trailer, too.

Yep, the six-part series has now been slated for a second instalment - and Nelly Rowe still hasn't given up looking for his daughter.

Last series, Nelly (played by Line of Duty's Lennie James) found someone else's child while searching for his daughter Jody.

And this sequel will follow the desperate father as he continues his hunt for her, alongside his ex - her mother Claire (Suranne Jones).

Nelly is still on a hunt for his daughter (
Sky Atlantic)

The teaser clip shows a clearly distressed Nelly with blood on his knuckles in the front seat of his car, juxtaposing these scenes with a surprise party that his friends have thrown for him.

It's 17 months on from the end of the last series, and the lead still looks as fraught as ever as he goes to any length necessary to track Jody down.

But will he succeed this time around?

Joining Lennie in the trailer is new cast addition Lesley Manville (World on Fire), who is playing the wife of and Adrian Edmonson's Gideon.

Plus, we also see the return of stars from the last series, including Stephen Graham (Line of Duty/ White House Farm) as Melon, Jason Flemyng (Pennyworth) as Tam, Susan Lynch (Killing Eve) as Stace.

This is set to be a gripping watch (
Sky Atlantic)

Speaking to Metro about the new series, which he also wrote and created, James said he always planned for the show to return.

"It was never meant to end after six [series]'" he explained. "I can't say very much about the second series without giving stuff away.

"But what I will say is I used the distance there will be between the first series and series two, because it'll be over a year and a half between them being on the box, and I kind of use that time within my story."

*Save Me Too arrives on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV on April 1st.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Atlantic