Michael Sheen and David Tennant return for second season of lockdown comedy Staged (Image: BBC)
David Tennant has hinted that the second season of comedy Staged could not observe the identical method as the primary, as a ‘little bit of a twist’ is on the way in which.
Earlier this 12 months, David and his Good Omens co-star Michael Sheen launched a home-based TV present known as Staged, by which they play fictionalised variations of themselves as they attempt to rehearse a play over lockdown.
Filmed over video chat, the six-episode arc additionally featured their respective companions enjoying themselves, along with Simon Evans as himself and director of the play.
Season two was confirmed in October, with Parks and Recreation star Ben Schwartz becoming a member of the forged because the assistant to their agent.
With simply days to go till the sequence launch, David has offered some perception into how the narrative will proceed to unfold.
‘It’s the identical arrange as earlier than,’ the previous Physician Who star mentioned, in response to Radio Times.
The primary season of Staged featured visitor appearances from Dame Judi Dench and Samuel L Jackson (Image: BBC/GCB Movies/Infinity Hill/Simon Ridgeway/Paul Stephenson)
‘Michael Sheen and I speaking garbage to one another over the web from our respective houses, with Georgia and Anna, our different halves, preserving us from turning into too self-indulgent, not all the time efficiently.’
Nevertheless, the plot of the second season gained’t merely be a carbon copy of the primary.
‘However there’s a little bit of a twist to all of it, which I’m not going to disclose right here…’ David added.
The brand new sequence can even boast ‘quite a lot of superb shock appearances’ from particular visitor stars, Michael mentioned.
Contemplating the primary season featured visitor appearances from the likes of appearing legends Dame Judi Dench and Samuel L Jackson, now we have excessive hopes for who could seem within the upcoming episodes.
In October, David’s spouse Georgia shared a glimpse of how their household has been preserving occupied through the coronavirus pandemic, posting an image of one among their youngsters portray their father’s face.
Georgia is the daughter of actor Peter Davison, who portrayed the fifth incarnation of the Physician in Physician Who.
Staged season two will start on Monday January 4 at 9.45pm on BBC One.