ICE Film are proud to have furnished camera systems for season 2 of BBC One’s mystery drama Keeping Faith that aired last Thursday.
The Latest Welsh Winner
Series 1 of the show was filmed in both Welsh and English and aired on S4C at the end of 2017 with great success. In early 2018 it was released on BBC Wales and averaged 300,000 viewers per episode, becoming the most popular show on the network for over 25 years. Keeping Faith carries the flag for Welsh culture and scenery whilst also providing a thrilling narrative.
The Guardian have stated that “it does for Caemarthenshire (where most of it was filmed) what Broadchurch did for Dorset”, highlighting the significance of the Welsh setting – “it looks real and brilliant and Welsh”.
Keeping Faith or keeping faith?
The story revolves around Lawyer and mother Faith Howells (Eve Myles) who’s life is turned upside down with the disappearance of her husband Evan (Bradley Freegard). The first season showed Faith’s search for answers during which she and those helping her end up in the firing line of the law.
The title leaves some interesting room for interpretation, as the tale becomes less about keeping faith in Evan’s return and more about Faith herself. The last episode offered some answers as it became clear that Evan’s disappearance was far more complex than any of us first thought.
Catch Up Online!
If you missed the first eight episodes then catch up on the BBC iplayer where season 1 has been retained for a longer period following huge demand from viewers. It won’t take long before you’re all caught up and enjoying the equally as thrilling second series with us every Thursday night so get watching!
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