Today, BINGE announced that the second season of LOVE ME, an Australian original drama series will premiere on 6 April with all six episodes releasing together.
Hugo Weaving returns as Glen, the father experiencing new love in his 60s, Bojana Novakovic returns as the highly successful but complicated Clara, and William Lodder returns as Aaron, facing the complexities of love, and new responsibility. Season 2 picks up nine months after the end of season one.
They are accompanied once again by the Silver Logie Award–winning Heather Mitchell as Anita, Bob Morley as Peter, Celia Pacquola as Sacha, Shalom Brune-Franklin as Ella, and Mitzi Ruhlmann as Jesse.
Love Me Season 2 will be directed by Bonnie Moir, one of Australia’s most promising up-and-coming filmmakers.
Alison Hurbert-Burns, BINGE Executive Director, said: “Our beautiful Melbourne love story is back as we pick up with The Mathiesons as they traverse the highs and lows of love and life. We’re dropping all six episodes on April 6, just in time for an Easter long weekend treat.”
Commissioned by the FOXTEL Group, in association with VicScreen, LOVE ME is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia. Nicole O’Donoghue serves as the show’s producer; Leon Ford and Tamara Asmar serve as the show’s head writers; Adele Vuko and Celia Pacquola each write an episode; and the show is directed by Michael Showalter. Hamish Lewis and Michael Brooks, of Warner Bros. Australia, serve as Executive Producers for the show. Executive Producers for the FOXTEL Group are Brian Walsh, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Lana Greenhalgh. DCD Rights handles the foreign sales of LOVE ME.
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