Filming for series two of Screw begins in Glasgow with new cast members
Filming for the second series of acclaimed prison drama Screw begins in Glasgow today.
The STV production for Channel 4 is recorded on a purpose-built set in the state-of-the-art Kelvin Hall studio and follows the story of staff and inmates at a busy men's prison.
Series two, featuring Derry Girls actress Jamie Lee O'Donnell and His Dark Materials star Leigh Henry, will pick up from the tragic events of last year's season finale.
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Faraz Ayub, Stephen Wight, Ron Donachie, and Laura Checkley will also be returning.
Alongside series one regulars, an exciting list of additional cast members including Barnaby Kay (Wallander, The Five), Leo Gregory (Green Street, Out of Control) and Lee Ingleby (The A Word, The Serpent Queen) has been announced.
Ingelby will take the role of Morgan, a new prisoner with a ‘hidden agenda'.
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Gemma Boswell, Channel 4 Commissioning Editor says: “We’re excited to be back in Glasgow to start filming Series 2 of Screw and to welcome Lee Ingleby who is a fantastic addition to our brilliant cast.
“Series two promises even more drama, intrigue and humour on C Wing and we can’t wait to get started.”