The eagerly anticipated second series of the gripping drama, Wreck, penned by Ryan J. Brown, picks up in the aftermath of the blood-soaked finale that left fans on the edge of their seats. Following the shocking events of the first series, we find Jamie, Vivian, and their resilient group of survivors determined to take on Velorum, the heartless corporate entity responsible for Jamie’s sister’s demise.

In a bold and desperate move to dismantle the ruthless corporation, the gang embarks on an undercover mission to infiltrate Velorum’s latest enterprise – an exclusive ‘wellness’ festival catering to millionaires in the remote Slovenian countryside. As relationships strain, blood spills, and the specter of death looms, not everyone will emerge unscathed. Brace yourselves for a cleansing experience like no other.

Returning to the cast are Oscar Kennedy (Ladhood, Breeders), Thaddea Graham (Sex Education, Us), and Jodie Tyack (Noughts + Crosses, Unforgotten), alongside fellow survivors Anthony Rickman (Enola Holmes), Amber Grappy (One Day), Peter Claffey (Bad Sisters), Miya Ocego, Warren James Dunning, Alice Nokes, James Phoon (Bridgerton), Ali Hardman, Rory O’Neill (Panti), and Harriet Webb (Big Boys).

Adding to the star-studded ensemble, screen legend Alan Dale (The OC, Lost, 24, Neighbours) makes his presence felt in Wreck series two. Joining him are new cast members Phil Martin, Orlando Norman, Shaheen Jafargholi, Sam Buttery, Greg Austin (Hunters), Carolyn Bracken (You Are Not My Mother), Niamh Walsh (The Sandman), Buck Braithwaite (Fair Play), and Bradley Riches (Heartstopper).

Commissioned by Fiona Campbell, Controller of Youth Audience, BBC Three and BBC iPlayer, the second series (6×45’) is crafted by Euston Films, a Fremantle company, with the backing of Northern Ireland Screen. Executive producers Noemi Spanos, Ryan J. Brown, Chris Baugh, and Nick Lambon ensure the series maintains its high standards. Brendan Mullin (Dalgliesh) takes on the role of producer, while Chris Baugh (Boys from County Hell) and Louis Paxton (Shetland) direct. Fremantle will handle the international distribution of the series.

Prepare for an adrenaline-fueled ride when Wreck series two hits the screens this Spring on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer. For those who missed the first series, catch it now on BBC iPlayer.