Damien Molony Back on TV Screens before end of the year in Ripper Street 2


Second Series of Ripper Street Premieres December
for BBC America, October for BBC One?


The second series of Ripper Street will premiere in the US on Sunday December 1, BBC America announced at their recent summer press tour presentation at the Television Critics Association.

As we reported back in May, Damien is appearing in the new series and has been filming for the past two months in Dublin alongside the existing cast.

The UK transmission date for the second series is yet to be officially confirmed by the BBC, but TV Times Magazine report an October return to BBC One for the Victorian drama in their 3 – 9 August 2013 issue ‘Top Shows Autumn Preview Special’:

Details of Damien’s role are still under wraps, but whether it be a supporting role, a one episode role or something more, we are very excited to see Damien cast in this high profile BBC One production and cannot wait for him to return to our TV screens before the end of the year!


Check out the BBC America press release below and watch this space for further developments.

BBC AMERICA’s Announcements At TCA Summer Press Tour

Ripper Street – Second Season Premieres Sunday, December 1, 10:00pm ET/PT

BBC AMERICA’s Victorian London crime series returns with stars Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn, Adam Rothenberg and Myanna Buring as Inspector Reid, Sergeant Drake, Captain Jackson and madam Long Susan. The new season moves the action forward to 1890. As the century enters its final decade, the streets teeter on the brink of moral collapse, and nowhere is the declining British Empire’s problems felt more keenly than in its dark heart: the East End of London. Ripper Street is produced for BBC ONE by Tiger Aspect Productions, Lookout Point and BBC AMERICA.


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