First Look: My Mad Fat Diary Series 2

by | Jan 13, 2014 | All, Previews, TV News

E4 have released a first look trailer for the return of My Mad Fat Diary.

Series two kicks off at the hazy end of the long hot summer of 1996, just after Rae has finally revealed the truth about her mental health to her gang of friends and shared that moment with object of her lust, Finn. Things are pretty much as good as they get in Lincolnshire. But there’s something looming on the horizon which threatens to disrupt the glorious status quo…COLLEGE.

Sophie Gardiner , Channel 4 Commissioning Editor for Drama, says: “Thanks to Tom Bidwell’s funny and insightful writing, and Sharon Rooney’s stand-out performance as the great Rae Earl, MY MAD FAT DIARY  has captured the hearts of the E4 audience, and we are delighted that the show is returning to E4.”

Executive Producer Jude Liknaitzky adds: “’We are beyond delighted to be able to take the stories and characters of MY MAD FAT DIARY to a second series.  We have been overwhelmed by the response to the show and can’t wait to bring more of Rae’s stories to life.  It is a joy to work with the creative powerhouse of Tom Bidwell, Rae Earl and Sharon Rooney”

My Mad Fat Diary is a Tiger Aspect Production.  Alongside Sharon Rooney as Rae Earl, Claire Rushbrook as Rae’s Mum, Ian Hart as Kester, Nico Mirallegro as Finn, Jodie Comer as Chloe, Dan Cohen as Archie, Ciara Baxendale as Izzy, Jordan Murphy as Chop and Sophie Wright as Tix

The first series made into our Best of 2013 list. The second series is expected in February on E4.

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