The End Of The F***ing World Season 2 First Look Images

After a series finale that left viewers reeling, The End Of The F***ing World, where is James? Channel 4 have announced the much anticipated Season 2 is coming in Autumn, today unveil 2 new images.

The images show off Alyssa (Jessica Barden) is seen dressed in a diner uniform. The second shows off a brand new cast member played by Naomie Ackie (Starring in Star Wars: Rise Of The Skywalker). Who has a troubled past and a “mysterious connection” to Alyssa.

This series sets the action two years on, with Alyssa (Jessica Barden, The Lobster, the forthcoming Jungleland) still dealing with the fallout of the events of the first series.

The acclaimed first series garnered a legion of fans and instantly became one of All4’s most-binged shows. It remains the best performing original All 4 Exclusive ever. You could easily say thanks to Netflix, it’s probably up there for North American fans of the show

The second series of the RTS Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated show sees the introduction of the new character of Bonnie, played by BIFA-winning Naomi Ackie (Lady Macbeth, the forthcoming Star Wars: Episode IX). Bonnie is an outsider with a troubled past and a mysterious connection to Alyssa.

As to the fate of James (Alex Lawther, Black Mirror), who we last saw shot on a beach at the end of series one, expectant fans awaiting the new series — which will have its world premiere on Channel 4 this November – will have to watch on to find out…

The End Of The F***ing World Season 2 will be shown in the UK on Channel 4 in November. USA will be shown on Netflix, date still to be confirmed.

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