Gentleman Jack season 2: When is the next series of Gentleman Jack starring Suranne Jones coming out and how can I watch it?
Sally Wainwright’s hit series Gentleman Jack will return to TV screens for its second series in April 2022 and to mark the occasion, the BBC has released the first full-length feature trailer for season two.
Here is everything you need to know about Gentleman Jack season two so far.
When is the next season of Gentleman Jack coming out?
The new series will air on Sunday, April 10 2022 at 9pm.
Each episode will be released weekly and there will be eight episodes altogether this season.
The series was produced by Lookout Point for the BBC and is co-produced with HBO.
How can I watch Gentleman Jack season two?
The series will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
You can also take a sneak peek at the trailer from now to see what the characters will be up to in season two.
Who will be in season two of Gentleman Jack?
Many previous characters from season one will be returning including the three pillar characters: Anne Lister (Suranne Jones), Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle) and Mariana Lawton (Lydia Leonard).
Also returning to Shibden Hall for Gentleman Jack season two are Marian Lister (portrayed by Gemma Whelan), Aunt Anne Lister (Gemma Jones), Jeremy Lister (Timothy West), Lady Vere Cameron (Jodhi May), Elizabeth Sutherland (Katherine Kelly), Captain George Sutherland (Derek Riddell), Aunt Ann Walker (Stephanie Cole), William Priestley (Peter Davison), Eliza Priestley (Amelia Bullmore), Christopher Rawson (Vincent Franklin), Jeremiah Rawson (Shaun Dooley), Elizabeth Cordingley (Rosie Cavaliero), Samuel Washington (Joe Armstrong), Ben Sowden (Anthony Flanagan) and James Holt (George Costigan).
This season will also be introducing a new character, Anne Lister’s outrageous former lover, Isabella ‘Tib’ Norcliffe, who will be portrayed by Joanna Scanlan.
The second series will again be using the real-life diaries of Anne Lister, part of which were written in code, as its script, with every part of Lister’s story based on historical fact as well as the five million words she wrote in her journals.