BBC America Renews Comedy ‘Almost Royal’ for Season 2

Almost Royal TV Review

BBC America has renewed its original comedy series “Almost Royal” for a second season.

The cabler confirmed the renewal for eight episodes on Twitter. The first season, which ran seven episodes and bowed in June, was a mockumentary format following two British aristocrats on their first visit to America. Ed Gamble and Amy Hoggart star.

Season two will find the pair digging deeper into the American diaspora. Clive Tulloh is exec producer for Burning Bright Prods., with Seamus Murphy-Mitchell serving as series producer.

“Almost Royal” marks BBC America’s first homegrown original comedy series. It’s distribbed by BBC Worldwide and airs on E4 in the U.K.

“We are very proud to have made such an innovative comedy series that had found an audience on both sides of the Atlantic,” Tulloh said.

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  1. Nora Smith says:

    Love,Love this show.. Simply cracks us up! When will we see season 2 in the U.S?

  2. Pam says:

    I agree…..sure would be nice to know when the 2nd season will finally be here. |-:

  3. timmytidalbasin says:

    Sure would be nice to know when season 2 starts.

  4. Jeff Dranetz says:

    We love that show!!! We rolled around in laughter. (Amy’s character, Poppy Carlton’s , “singing” career created HUGE laughs) But, isn’t the “cat out of the bag” at this point. It would be like a sequel to “Borat”.

  5. annihoo says:

    Might want to check the definition of diaspora.

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