Hope Street: Filming of series two now underway in Co Down

Hope Street: Filming of sequence two now underway in Co Down

Filming of sequence two of serial police drama Hope Street has received underway in Co Down.

ollowing the success of season one, the daytime drama returns to Donaghadee, with a bunch of latest solid members, storylines and gorgeous settings.

With sequence one’s tense cliff-hanger leaving audiences on tenterhooks, lead actor Ciaran McMenamin (Inspector Finn O’Hare) is again within the seaside city to supervise the native drive. Joining him are returning solid Brid Brennan (Concepta O’Hare), Des McAleer (Barry Pettigrew), Kerri Quinn (Marlene Pettigrew), Niall Wright (Callum McCarthy), Aaron McCusker (Clint Dunwoody), Niamh McGrady (Nicole Devine), Rachel Tucker (Siobhan O’Hare), Louis McCartney (Shay O’Hare) and Ellie Lavery (Niamh O’Hare).

This sequence additionally sees the introduction of some new characters. Co Antrim’s star of The Larkins and Lucky Man, Stephen Hagan joins the solid together with well-known native actors Marty Maguire, Niall Cusack and Conor Grimes. Other new faces in sequence two embody Sade Malone, Ian Kenny, Sophie Robinson, Daniel Carlin, Enya Doran, Michael Byers, Brigid Lohrey, Cathy White, Erin Galway Kendrick and Chris McCurry.

McMenamin, who performs Inspector Finn O’Hare, mentioned: “I’m over the moon to be on the Hope Street beat once more.

“It was contact and go for Finn on the finish of final season, however I’m glad to say he’ll be again the place he belongs with Marlene and Callum, coping with the distinctive challenges thrown at them by all of your previous favourites, together with a motley crew of fantastic new characters.

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“I couldn’t be happier to be again house in Northern Ireland for the shoot this summer time. The new scripts are sensible, and positive, the place would you reasonably be?”

Series one and two of Hope Street have been commissioned as a part of the partnership between the BBC and Northern Ireland Screen. The profitable partnership continues to help the display trade in Northern Ireland and assist be sure that Northern Ireland is best represented to audiences throughout the UK and internationally.

The common cop present is a co-commission between BBC Daytime, BBC Northern Ireland and BritBox International.

Meanwhile new BBC crime exhibits Blue Lights, written by Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson, has been filming just lately in Belfast, whereas sequence two of the BBC’s Bloodlands, starring James Nesbitt, has additionally been capturing in Strangford, Co Down. 

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