Following the success of the first season of the BBC prison drama “Time,” which prominently featured Stephen Graham, the series returns for a second season. Time season 2 is a three-part installment, this time focusing on the experiences of female inmates. Jodie Whittaker, Bella Ramsey, and Tamara Lawrence take center stage, portraying women who commence their sentences on the same day. Unlike the previous season, co-writers Jimmy McGovern and Helen Black shift the narrative to Carlington’s Women’s Prison.
The storyline primarily delves into the adjustment of these three women to their newfound life behind bars, as they navigate this unfamiliar terrain together. Each character harbors their own secrets and inner demons, confronting the harsh reality of incarceration and the strain it places on their relationships outside the prison walls.
With Siobhan Finneran reprising her role as Prison Chaplain, Marie-Louise, this dynamic drama challenges preconceived notions of life within a women’s prison. It humanizes a segment of society often stigmatized, offering the audience a realistic portrayal of the British prison system.
Jodie, known for her recent portrayal of the 13th Doctor in “Doctor Who,” expressed her enthusiasm for being part of this powerful project, stating, “Time was such an incredible and powerful show created by an extraordinary team, and being a part of this project in its second iteration is an absolute dream.”
How to watch Time season 2 online!
All three episodes of Time season 2 are currently available for streaming on BBC iPlayer, ahead of the TV premiere on Sunday, October 29.
For viewers in the UK, the series can be watched on BBC One, with new episodes airing every Sunday at 9pm, starting from October 29. The final episode will air on Sunday, November 12.
If you prefer to stream all episodes online, you can visit BBC iPlayer, where Time season 2 is currently available.
Additionally, iPlayer allows viewers to catch up on episodes that have previously aired, which are uploaded to the service after their TV broadcast.
For those in the US, the release date for Time season 2 has not yet been announced. However, all three episodes of season 1 are currently available on the Britbox streaming service, suggesting that season 2 will likely follow suit once released.