BBC Studios Comedy Productions’ much-loved series, “Here We Go,” has unveiled the star-studded lineup of special guests for its eagerly anticipated second series.

Conceived and led by Tom Basden (known for “After Life”), the six-episode, 30-minute series will boast appearances by a stellar cast of esteemed actors. Among the guest stars are Harry Enfield (“The Windsors”), Simon Farnaby (“Ghosts”), Sophie Wu (“Fresh Meat”), Dolly Wells (“Inside Man”), Andrew Brooke (“After Life”), and Jon Furlong (“The Last Kingdom”).

Returning to their pivotal roles are the exceptional cast members, including Jim Howick (“Ghosts”), Katherine Parkinson (“The IT Crowd”), and Alison Steadman (“Gavin & Stacey”). They will be joined by Freya Parks (“The School for Good and Evil”), Jude Collie (“Good Girl’s Guide to Murder”), Mica Ricketts (“Best Interests”), Tori Allen-Martin (“London Kills”), and Ed Kear (“The Batman”).

Tom Basden said: “I’m thrilled that such hilarious and legendary guest stars will be joining us for more Jessop family chaos!”

Josh Cole, Head of Comedy, BBC Studios commented: “The second series of Here We Go is full of laugh-out-loud moments, whipsmart writing and a brilliant ensemble – this time accompanied by shockingly funny guest stars.”

Previously lauded by The Independent as the ‘comedy everyone should be watching,’ deemed a ‘comic masterpiece’ by The Telegraph, and hailed as ‘one of the most promising new sitcoms in years’ by the Daily Mail, the series will continue to chronicle the Jessops’ triumphs and tribulations as they navigate life’s myriad challenges. Each episode promises an intimate, heartwarming glimpse into the lives of a modern British family, doing their best, albeit occasionally irking others in the process.

The second series is scheduled to air on Friday, 2nd February, at 8:30 pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. For those eager to catch up, all previous episodes of Here We Go are currently available on BBC iPlayer.

Produced by BBC Studios Comedy Productions for BBC One and BBC iPlayer, Here We Go is both created and executive produced by Tom Basden. Executive producers for BBC Studios include Tom Jordan and Josh Cole, with Sam Ward as the producer and Will Sinclair as the director. Gregor Sharp serves as the Commissioning Editor for the BBC. The show is internationally distributed by BBC Studios.