Just a reminder for you today that the second season of historical series JAMESTOWN starts tomorrow at British Sky One with eight new episodes (the first one will be a double one). Set in the 1600's Virginia it follows the
The first episode, airing tomorrow night, will be a two hour premiere
inhabitants of one of the first towns to be build their by the colonists. While the first season dealt with the arrival of new women there, the second season will deal with the arrival of Angolan slaves into their community and the
Silas and Alice (Stuart Martin and Sophie Rundle) are having a baby
changes that brings. The main stars will still be Alice (Sophie Rundle), Jocelyn (Naomi Battrick) and Verity (Niamh Walsh), three brave women who were the first females to set foot in Jamestown for 12 years. The Native
Rachel Colwell joins the cast as Winganuske who might be close to Henry?
American tribes will again play a large part of the story. A terrible crime will throw suspicion on the entire colony. Meanwhile, Jocelyn will forge a surprising connection when her position in JAMESTOWN comes under threat.
WHO RETURNS TO JAMESTOWN? Max Beesley returns as the villainous farmer Henry, Stuart Martin as his kind hearted brother Silas who is having a baby with Alice, Gwilym Lee as the secretary and Jocelyn's husband, and Jason Flemyng and Claire Cox as
The second season was ordered even before the first one was aired
the Governor and Governess of Virginia. Dean Lennox Kelly returns as drunken tavern owner Meredith, Verity's husband, Matt Stokoe as hunky
Native tribes will again play a large role in the story of Jamestown
blacksmith James and Ben Starr as the dashing doctor Christopher who is flirting with Jocelyn. New faces include Abubakar Salim as Pedro, Rachel Colwell as Winganuske and Abiola Ogunbiyi as Maria.