Save Me Too, the second instalment of London-based Sky Atlantic drama Save Me will air in 2020 and we've now got our first look at Lennie James back in the role of Nelly Rowe.
At the end of series one, Nelly is left devastated when his desperate search for his daughter Jody is unsuccessful.
To find Jody he has been dragged into a dark underworld, taken risks dangerous to himself and those closest to him, and challenged him to re-evaluate many of the decisions he has made about his life.
In the next gripping chapter of his quest, we re-join Nelly seventeen months later. Is he still looking for his daughter? What hope is there of finding her? And if new evidence were to emerge what would it force Nelly to do next?
Also returning alongside Lennie James will be Suranne Jones as Jody's mum Claire who faces the dire possibilities of her daughter’s fate and Stephen Graham as Melon, who is attempting to start a new life with Bernie, played byAlice Feetham. Kerry Godliman, Thomas Coombes, Nadine Marshall, Susan Lynch and Jason Flemyng will also be back.
Adrian Edmondson will return as Gideon and we'll be introduced for the first time to his wife, Jennifer Charles, played by Lesley Manville.
Save Me Too returns in 2020 on Sky Atlantic