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BBC Three’s queer slasher series Wreck renewed for season 2

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BBC Three has announced a second season of Wreck. Written by BAFTA winner Ryan J. Brown, the British slasher comedy follows Jamie (Oscar Kennedy), a gay 20-something who infiltrates The Sacramentum cruise liner to find his sister Pippa (Jodie Tycack) who mysteriously disappeared from the same vessel on a previous tour.

The series received universal critical acclaim with praise aimed at the smart, self-aware characters and the plethora of LGBTQ+ representation with supporting queer players including Vivian (Thaddea Graham), Rosie (Miya Ocego), Olly (Anthony Rickman), Lily (Romanique Ahluwalia) and Hamish (James Phoon).

In a statement, Brown said he’s “really thrilled to be serving up another slice of Wreck”. “We’ll be back, bigger and bloodier in 2023.

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