Agatha Raisin films late spring
The second series of Agatha Raisin is now in pre-production with filming due to start in late spring.
Ashley Jensen returns as the eponymous PR-turned-PI who moves from her life in London to the Cotswolds and ends up running her own detective agency.
Series 2 is from Free@Last TV and Company Pictures for delivery to Acorn; the executive producer is Michele Buck.
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Ashley Jensen photo via Getty Images Ent/Kevork Djansezian.
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