The Mill – Series 1 Catch up and a look ahead to Series 2

For those of you living in the UK, you may have spotted a few TV adverts reminding you that you can catch up with Series 1 of The Mill, ahead of Series 2 which is due to air at the end of July.

Susannah (Holly Lucas), Esther (Kerrie Hayes), Miriam, (Sacha Parkinson) and Lucy (Katherine Rose Morley) pose for an anachronistic photo (Derek Hattan)
Susannah (Holly Lucas), Esther (Kerrie Hayes), Miriam, (Sacha Parkinson)and Lucy (Katherine Rose Morley) pose for an anachronistic photo (Derek Hatton)

I thought today that I would direct you to a few previous blog posts as well as our website page dedicated to The Mill, and the Channel 4 website, so you can get yourselves up to scratch not only with the series but the fact that inspired the fiction.

Over the course of the second series, I’ll be bringing you behind the scenes images and snippets of information over Twitter and Facebook, (make sure to follow and like us so you don’t miss out) as well as more posts here on the blog that explore the history that inspired Series 2.

We will also be updating our exhibition all about The Mill Series 1, to reflect the new characters and story lines that appear in Series 2, including props, costumes, set designs and scripts on display, which will be open from Thursday 17th July.

The cast of Series 2 of The Mill
The cast of Series 2 of The Mill

Remember, you can be amongst the lucky few to preview Episode 1 of Series 2 at the BFI next Thursday, 10th July, as well as getting the chance to hear a Q&A session with some of the cast and crew!

Laura

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