‘In the Flesh’ Season 2 Premiere Date Announced by BBC America

The rehabilitated undead will rise again in season two of In the Flesh beginning Saturday, May 10th at 10pm ET/PT on BBC America. This six-part second season will once again follow PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) sufferer Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry) as he navigates being a teenager and a reformed zombie.

Season two will find the living and those with PDS living uneasily side-by-side in Roarton. Kiernen is simply trying to lead a quiet life while he saves money for his Paris escape plan. However, the rest of the world is on the edge of battle with the pro-Living Party, Victus slowly gaining power in the government as the PDS ran Undead Liberation Army (ULA) begins staging terrorist attacks. Both sides of the movement want Kiernan, putting his plans in jeopardy.

New castmembers for season two include Wunmi Mosaku (Dancing on the Edge) playing local MP Maxine Martin, and Emmett J Scanlan (The Fall) who plays Simon, the disciple of the Undead Prophet.

Are you ready for season two of In the Flesh?

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