Save Me Too starts filming
Filming gets underway this week in London on the second series of Save Me for Sky.
Save Me Too will shoot for around 14 weeks in London with Lesley Manville joining the returning cast of Lennie James, Suranne Jones and Stephen Graham.
The series Too is produced by World Productions; producers are Lennie James and Simon Heath for World Productions, Jessica Sykes for Independent Talent and Kara Manley for Sky.
Lizzie Rusbridger is producer with Jim Loach and Coky Giedroyc directing.
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Manville said of her attachment: “I couldn’t be more delighted to be joining this phenomenal series. Save Me was a major highlight of 2018, a testament to Lennie James’ writing and acting and the exceptional cast and creative team.”
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