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ITV Sets Series 3 Premiere of The Bay for late 2021

PremiereDate

The Bay

2019

ITV

2 Seasons

12 Episodes

The Bay is set in the coastal town of Morecambe Bay and centers on Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong who is assigned to a missing persons investigation in the unique village

Current Show Status

The Bay series 3 officially renewed for late 2021

Aired Wed 1/20/2021Episode 6Season 2: Episode 6

To be scheduledEpisode 1Season 3: Episode 1

Latest news

UK crime drama The Bay has been renewed for a third season …but there is a cast change.

ITV and Tall Story Pictures announced that Marsha Thomason (Cobra) will join following Morven Christie’s (pictured) decision to leave the show. She joins as as Morecambe CID’s new Family Liaison Officer, DS Jenn Townsend. (Source: tvtonight.com.au)

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2Episode 2 Jan 20, 2021
3Episode 3 Jan 20, 2021
4Episode 4 Jan 20, 2021
5Episode 5 Jan 20, 2021
6Episode 6 Jan 20, 2021
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1Episode 1 Mar 20, 2019
2Episode 2 Mar 27, 2019
3Episode 3 Apr 3, 2019
4Episode 4 Apr 10, 2019
5Episode 5 Apr 17, 2019
6Episode 6 Apr 24, 2019
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The Bay (TV series)

British crime drama series

The Bay is an ITV crime drama series produced by Tall Story Pictures and distributed worldwide by ITV Studios Global Entertainment that first aired in March 2019.[3]Morven Christie plays a detective sergeant family liaison officer called in on an investigation into missing twins from a family living in Morecambe. The name of the series derives from Morecambe Bay, which is on the west coast of England in the county of Lancashire.

The first series received an average of 7.2 million views across the six episodes. A second series of six episodes was confirmed on 4 May 2019 and it was originally planned for it to be broadcast mid-2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was pushed back to early 2021 when in January of that year all six episodes were immediately made available on the ITV Hub receiving an average of 7.9 million views.[3]

A third series will begin filming in summer 2021.[4] Christie decided to leave the show following production on the second series. On 15 February 2021, Marsha Thomason was cast as the new lead, DS Jenn Townsend.[5]

Cast[edit]

  • Morven Christie as DS/DC Lisa Armstrong (Series 1–2)
  • Lindsey Coulson as Penny Armstrong
  • Imogen King as Abbie Armstrong
  • Simon Manyonda as DS Alexander Stewart
  • Daniel Ryan as DI Anthony 'Tony' Manning
  • Art Parkinson as Rob Armstrong
  • Taheen Modak as DC/DS Ahmed 'Med' Kharim (Series 1 -2)
  • Erin Shanagher as Sergeant/DS Karen Hobson
  • Andrew Dowbiggin as DS James Clarke
  • Adam Hussain as Josh Nubhai

Series 1 (2019)[edit]

Series 2 (2021)[edit]

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Series 3 (TBA)[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Series 1 (2019)[edit]

Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong (Morven Christie) is the mother of two children and working for the fictional West Lancashire Police Service as a Family Liaison Officer (FLO). She is called out on the case of two missing children only to find the married stepfather of the twins is someone with whom she had sex in an alley behind a pub on the night the twins disappeared whilst out on a friend's hen do. As an FLO, Armstrong is trained not to become emotionally involved with cases she is working on, but her sexual encounter with Sean (Jonas Armstrong) threatens to compromise the investigation.[8][9] Although she can prove that he is not responsible for their disappearance, Armstrong deletes the CCTV footage of them having sex rather than coming clean and admitting to the one-night stand and providing Sean with an alibi.[10]

Series 2 (2021)[edit]

Lisa's suspension is over but she has been demoted, whilst Med has been promoted. A solicitor is shot on his doorstep. The team investigate. To complicate Lisa's life further, her ex-husband Andy (Joe Absolom) reappears in Morecambe.

Production[edit]

The series has been labelled the "Northern Broadchurch",[1] or the "New Broadchurch" after a similar British crime drama called Broadchurch starring Olivia Colman and David Tennant.[12][13] The writer of the series, Daragh Carville, is originally from Northern Ireland, but wanted to set something in where he now lives.

I wanted to write something that's set where I have lived for the last 10 years. It's an interesting place and beautiful but it's also a place with problems. It's suffered a great deal with austerity.[8]

The series was shot in and around Morecambe, particularly on the beaches and in the Winter Gardens, where writer Daragh Carville, stated that the people of Morecambe took quite an interest in the show and were keen to see that they, and their town, were not misrepresented on screen.[14] Other scenes were also shot in Manchester, Whitehaven and Grange-over-Sands.[15]

Reception[edit]

Series 1 (2019)[edit]

The Daily Telegraph rated the first and second episodes in the series with three stars out of five, and whilst acknowledging the lead character's portrayal, described the series as "Lancashire's riposte to/total rip-off of Broadchurch".[16]The Independent also awarded it three stars out of five, labelling the series as having texture, but that the characterisation of the conundrum faced by DS Armstrong as being "cold".[17]The Guardian was more positive and gave it four stars out of five stating "Suspects and police officers with shared secrets? Check. Information wilfully withheld by the writer? Check. Will you be hooked? Check."[18]

Katrina Williams, writing in the Glasgow Guardian highlighted the high standard of production amidst the formulaic setting of the crime drama and noted that "I wasn't desperate for the next episode, but the first episode still managed to strike my interest".[19]

Series 2 (2021)[edit]

Dominic Maxwell reviewing for The Times gave the first episode of the second series four stars out of five commenting that the episode was "a solid, finely crafted detective thriller" and it "could just be the downbeat yet propulsive distraction we need right now".[20] Rachel Sigee reviewing for i also gave it four stars praising Christie and suggesting "This engrossing first episode scattered enough clues [...] to set up an intriguing thriller".[21] Anita Singh reviewing for The Daily Telegraph rated the first episode three stars out of five calling it "a refreshing return for this bracing seaside cop show",[22] while Sean O'Grady for The Independent was more critical commenting that "though the actors put in some commendable performances, they are all lumbered with carelessly constructed, barely two-dimensional characters" and gave it two stars.[23]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abWilson, Benji (20 March 2019). "The Bay, episode 1, review: can this crime drama be anything more than a northern Broadchurch?". The Telegraph. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  2. ^ ab"Morven Christie lands lead role in crime drama The Bay". The Belfast Telegraph. 13 August 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  3. ^ ab"ITV commissions second series of The Bay". Press Centre. Retrieved 28 November 2019.
  4. ^"Will there be a season 3 of The Bay?". Metro. 27 January 2021. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  5. ^"The Bay renewed for a 3rd season by ITV". spoilertv.com. 15 February 2021. Retrieved 15 February 2021.
  6. ^Carr, Flora (3 April 2019). "Meet the cast of ITV's The Bay". Radio Times. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  7. ^Carr, Flora (18 January 2021). "Meet the cast of ITV's The Bay Season 2". Radio Times. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  8. ^ abWilliams, Simon, ed. (22 March 2019). "Family liaison officer gets a little too close". RAF News (1, 463). R' n R'. pp. 4–5. ISSN 0035-8614.
  9. ^Griffiths, Eleanor Bley (3 April 2019). "When is The Bay on TV? Everything you need to know about ITV's new crime drama with Morven Christie". Radio Times. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  10. ^Midgley, Carol (21 March 2019). "TV review: The Bay; Mums Make Porn". The Times. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  11. ^ ab"BARB 7-Day viewing data". BARB.
  12. ^Duke, Simon (11 March 2019). "ITV drama The Bay being billed as 'the new Broadchurch'". North East Chronicle. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  13. ^Percival, Ash (3 April 2019). "Is This The Next Broadchurch? Here's Everything You Need To Know About ITV's The Bay". HuffPost UK. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  14. ^Griffin, Susan (20 March 2019). "The Bay - new TV crime drama set in Morecambe". Lancashire Life. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  15. ^Roy, David (20 March 2019). "Armagh writer Daragh Carville talks about his new ITV crime drama The Bay". The Irish News. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  16. ^Rees, Jasper (27 March 2019). "The Bay, episode 2, review: Morven Christie carries this crime drama with intriguing performance". The Telegraph. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  17. ^Cummin, Ed (20 March 2019). "The Bay review: Missing child drama is packed with TV tropes". The Independent. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  18. ^Mangan, Lucy (20 March 2019). "The Bay review – Broadchurch in Morecambe? Come on in, the water's lovely". The Guardian. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  19. ^Williams, Katrina (20 March 2019). "Review: The Bay ‹ Glasgow Guardian". Glasgow Guardian. Retrieved 4 April 2019.
  20. ^"The Bay review — Morecambe: where guest stars go to die". The Times.
  21. ^"The Bay, episode 1 review: a refreshing return for this bracing seaside cop show, 20 January 2021". The Telegraph.
  22. ^"The Bay, review: Morven Christie is excellent in the return of the moody seaside murder mystery, 21 January 2021". The i.
  23. ^"The Bay review: A major character is killed off five minutes into the show's cliche-ridden return, 20 January 2021". The Independent.

External links[edit]

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How many episodes of The Bay are there? Series 2 of ITV drama comes to an end with a third confirmed

After its long-awaited return sparked massive interest last month, The Bay's second series comes to an with its with its sixth episode on Wednesday night, while many viewers have already binged the whole thing online.

The Bay series 1 was a huge ratings winner for ITV in 2019 as DCI Lisa Armstrong saw her career in tatters as she attempted to get to the bottom of missing teenage twins, as well as trying to figure out what was going on with her own teenage daughter.

The fact Lisa spent the night with the missing twins' step dad on the night they went missing saw her thrown off the investigation and as series 2 started last week we saw her in the professional doldrums, before being handed a chance to prove her credentials and get her work back on track.

She was tasked with assisting a murder investigation in Morecambe, while having to come to terms with the fact that she had to take orders from Med, a colleague she was once superior to.

Morven Christie as DC Lisa Armstrong in The Bay series 2

But as Lisa got the bit between her teeth with the murder investigation, Lisa and her kids were unknowingly targeted by a mysterious stalker - who turned out to be her ex, back on the scene determined to worm his way back in.

Episodes 2, 3 and 4 have brought many twists and turns including a shock child revelation and even more shocking death just as ITV confirm The Bay series 3.

How many episodes of The Bay are there?

The Bay's second series consists of SIX episodes which are all already available to watch on itvHub.

In Wednesday's sixth episode, as a confession brings the team closer to the truth, Lisa identifies a suspect but conflicting accounts leave her questioning who to believe.

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THE BAY THE SERIES: Official New Season 1 Teaser

The Bay is coming back to ITV next year with a second series, and it’s sure to be a big a hit when the team return to the coastal town of Morecambe once more to investigate crime.

The show stars Morven Christie as police Family Liaison Officer, DS Lisa Armstrong and Daniel Ryan as DI Tony Manning and series one followed the case of a pair of missing teenagers. When season two was announced, Morven shared her excitement in a social media post.

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Taheen Malik (DS Med Kharim) has promised series two is packed with surprises. "Coming back with a season two, you want to hit the audience with something new, hopefully a bit bigger,” he said. “There are a lot of shocks this season.”

Newcomer to this series, Joe Absolom, has even described it as “like Game of Thrones in Morecambe." So what exactly has series writer Daragh Carville got up his sleeve? Read on to find out more about The Bay season two...

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The Bay season 2: When’s it on TV?

The Bay season two is set to air on ITV in January 2021, but pre-pandemic, it was slated for a 2020 release.

In 2019, ITV’s Head of Drama, Polly Hill said: “I am delighted with the audience response to The Bay. It’s very real and beautifully made by everyone involved, and as a result it held an audience of 7 million across 6 weeks. I think that audience will enjoy seeing where Daragh takes Lisa and the team, when they return with a new case for series 2 next year."

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The Bay season 2: Who’s in it and what will it be about?

Morven Christie and Daniel Ryan will return as DS Lisa Armstrong and DI Tony Manning, alongside Taheen Modak as DC Med Karim and Imogen King and Art Parkinson as Lisa’s children Abbie and Rob.

Joining the cast are Joe Absolom (A Confession, Doc Martin), James Cosmo (His Dark Materials, The Name of the Rose, Game of Thrones), Stephen Tomkinson (DCI Banks, Trollied), Sharon Small (Trust Me, Mistresses), Sunetra Sarker (Ackley Bridge, Informer), Owen McDonnell (Killing Eve, My Mother and Other Strangers), Steven Robertson (Shetland, T2: Trainspotting), Amy James-Kelly (Safe, Military Wives Choir), Kerrie Taylor (Fallen, Where The Heart Is), Wendy Kweh (Silent Witness, Holby City) Julia Haworth (Clink,Coronation Street) and Jack Archer, making his professional screen debut.

Series two begins with Lisa Armstrong at a low ebb: forced to do menial police work whilst she watches Med go from strength to strength. But a new case involving a shocking murder within a loving family brings Lisa unexpectedly back into the front line. She must get under the skin of a new family and prove her worth; to her colleagues, to her family and to herself.

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Daragh Carville said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be returning to the world of The Bay and picking up the story of police detective Lisa Armstrong, as she faces massive new challenges both at work and at home. We are welcoming back our fantastic core team from series one - led by the extraordinary Morven Christie - we’re also welcoming in a brilliant cast of new faces. And once again our story plays out against the stunning backdrop of Morecambe Bay, with its beautiful views, its dangerous tides and its hidden secrets."

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Daniel Ryan, who plays DI Tony Manning said of season two: "What's the point in coming back if it's not going to be good? So ultimately, the pressure's on Daragh [Carville] to write something that's very good. And he's already got great stories in his head and he laid one out for us to deliver.

"For us, of course, the pressure is there and I'll be very disappointed if we don't get 27 million people watching it. Ultimately, that's one on Daragh's shoulders really, to make it better, but he did, so that's very clever of him."

The Bay season 2: What happened behind the scenes?

Morven Christie, who is Scottish, revealed that she speaks in a Lancashire accent on set, whether she has a scene or not.

“I very rarely get to work in my own accent so I'm quite used to working with accents,” she explained. “Obviously, I had already done one season of this so I'd worked on it already but I used an accent coach for a bit before season one.

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"I just used lots of recorded voices from Morecambe, from people from Morecambe of various ages and kind of amalgamate them into something that felt like the right kind of age because different ages have different accent-isms in there."

"I just speak in it all the time when I'm on set, it's just easier to kind of stay in it. I think there's always a weird thing when you jump between your own accent and the accent of the character that you're working in, it all starts to feel fake.

"But if you are just doing it all the time, you're communicating as yourself in that accent, it really starts to feel like yours and it's much easier to be expressive with it in the work."

So convincing was her accent and staying in characters, her co-star Daniel Ryan (DI Tony Manning) didn’t realise she wasn’t a local: "When I first worked on the series, I thought she was [from Lancashire]... and then I met her and heard she was Scottish and was like what?!"

The Bay airs on ITV in January 2021.


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'The Bay' Season 3 — Start date, cast, plot and everything you need to know

The Bay Season 3 is heading to ITV, following the huge success of the first two series. 

Both the first two seasons attracted over seven million viewers, so there's definitely demand for even more, and we can't wait to see what happens in the next instalment. 

With the news that Morven Christie (DS Lisa Armstrong) is leaving the show, she'll be replaced with a brand new character taking on the role of Morecambe CID’s Family Liaison Officer.  Not only will we get a new case, but we'll get to learn more about the police department's newest arrival who soon finds herself thrown in the deep end. 

Here's everything we know so far...

The Bay Season 3 release date

There's no confirmed release date for The Bay Season 3, but we'll keep you updated when ITV announces one. The third series has been commissioned by ITV’s Head of Drama, Polly Hill, who said: “We are delighted with the audiences’ response to The Bay and look forward to them meeting DS Jenn Townsend played by the fantastic Marsha Thomason, who joins the team in series 3.” The second series is available in the UK on the ITV Hub.

Meanwhile, in the US you can watch both series of The Bay on BritBox — check out our full list of BritBox shows. Or you can download it from Amazon Prime Video.

Who is replacing Morven Christie in The Bay?

The Bay Season 3 will welcome Marsha Thomason (Cobra, White Collar) to the series, where she'll play DS Jenn Townsend, Morecambe CID’s new Family Liaison Officer. She has confirmed the news on her Instagram account, revealing she was "so excited to be joining the brilliant cast".

Speaking about the new character, Catherine Oldfield, Creative Director of Tall Story Pictures and Executive Producer of The Bay said, “Daragh and I always felt that there were so many brilliant stories to be told in the world of The Bay so, after Morven decided to leave the show, we got straight to work finding a new lead actor. From the moment Marsha read for the part we knew it was ‘game over’ and we’d found our new lead, DS Townsend. We are so excited to see Marsha bring these stories to life.”

 

What is the plot of The Bay Season 3?

According to ITV, the plot for The Bay Season 3 is as follows: "DS Townsend is immediately thrown into the deep end when a body is found in the bay on her first day in the job. She must get under the skin of a grieving and complicated family if she has any chance of solving the premature death of an aspiring young boxer. 

"While she’s eager to give the family answers, she also needs to prove herself as the team’s newest recruit. The pressure is multiplied when her new blended family struggle to settle in Morecambe, proving to Jenn that a fresh start might not be as simple as moving to a different town."

Award-winning writer and playwright Daragh Carville (Being Human, The Smoke, Cherrybomb) returns as writer of the series, with filming expected to start in Spring 2021.

Who will be in the cast of The Bay Season 3?

Many actors are reprising their roles for The Bay Season 3, with a great line up joining Marsha for the latest case. Here's who's expected to return...

  • Daniel Ryan (Innocent, Home Fires)
  • Erin Shanagher (Viewpoint, Peaky Blinders)
  • Thomas Law (The Worlds End, A Cinderella Story
  • Andrew Dowbiggin (Cobra, Coronation Street)

Is there a trailer?

Not yet, they haven't filmed it yet! Watch this space.

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THE BAY: SEASON 3 RECAP

The Bay season 1 recap: What happened in The Bay series 1?

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The Bay has returned to ITV for season two and fans were treated to all six episodes on the ITV Hub. The second batch of episodes is also being rolled out weekly on ITV, with each episode airing on a Wednesday night. Express.co.uk has a round-up of what happened during the first season for those who need a reminder.

What happened in The Bay series 1?

The Bay follows a detective sergeant called Lisa Armstrong (played by Morven Christie) who is a family liaison officer.

She is called in to help a family in Morecambe who lost their twins and it left fans hooked.

More than seven million viewers tuned in to the first season and news of season two was well-received.

The series was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic but fans were treated to the first episode on January 20.

In the first season, Detective Armstrong discovered she had a personal connection with the family concerned.

READ MORE: How many episodes are in The Bay season 2?

The Bay: Lisa Armstrong is a family liaison officer (Image: ITV)
The Bay: The first season was full of twists (Image: ITV)

She had spent the night with Sean (Jonas Armstrong), the stepdad of the twins, on the night they disappeared.

There had been CCTV footage of the pair in an alley, which the detective deleted in shame.

She has children herself who go to the same school as the missing twins, which made the connection seem even deeper.

Sean had been arrested but was later released due to lack of evidence and the search for the suspect continued.

Later fans were shocked to find out one of the twins, Holly (Darci Shaw), was found alive and she had admitted to killing her brother Dylan (Noah Valentine).

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The Bay: Jonas Armstrong as Sean (Image: ITV)

Another plot twist came later on when it transpired Sam (Louis Greatorex) had actually been responsible for killing Dylan.

He had been in a fight with Dylan, who had fallen onto concrete and the impact killed him.

Meanwhile, Detective Armstrong discovered her daughter Abbie (Imogen King) had been involved with a drug gang.

Abbie had been groomed by an older boy called Vincent (Adam Long) and she called on Sam for support.

Vincent was eventually caught and faced a lengthy prison sentence, along with Sam for the accidental killing.

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The Bay: Lisa had her own family (Image: ITV)

Lisa was later suspended after she was caught for tampering with the CCTV footage from the night of the twins' disappearance.

At the very end of the season, Detective Armstrong was awaiting a definitive answer about her suspension.

By the start of the second season, it appeared the incident was water under the bridge as she had been called in on a new case.

She has been tasked with investigating the murder of a well-established lawyer.

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Fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on both seasons as they are both available in full on the ITV Hub.

One said: "Pretty good British crime drama. Thought the first series was better and more gripping than the second but both were enjoyable."

Back in April 2019, the cast spoke about the first season and Christie said: "There is so much love in this story, I think what's really important is the strength of family."

They explained how the police involvement was secondary to that of the family liaison officer and she was central to the series.

The first season was described as a very human story compared to other crime dramas.

The Bay season 2 is available to watch on the ITV Hub and it airs weekly on ITV

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How many episodes are in The Bay series 2 on ITV?

THE Bay series 2 is in full swing and Morecambe is once again at the heart of a gripping investigation.

The second installment was originally planned to be broadcast mid-2020 but was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Morven Christie has reprised her role in The Bay for series two

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How many episodes are there in The Bay series 2?

The Bay series two will consist of six episodes, the same number as the first season.

Speaking about her role back in October 2020, Morven told Virgin media: "It’s a fascinating role,” she says. “I did a lot of research around FLOs (family liaison officers). Things like the April Jones case and the Shannon Matthews case.

I was looking at it from the perspective of that person coming in to help the mother of the missing children – and also investigating the family.”

She added: "It’s a way, dramatically, for the writer to get inside the family’s experience while keeping it in this investigative role. It brings the audience into the family’s world."

Joe Absolom has joined the cast for The Bay series two

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What is The Bay about?

Morven Christie plays a detective sergeant family liaison officer called in on an investigation into missing twins from a family living in Morecambe.

Following the shenanigans of the first season, series two begins with Lisa Armstrong at a low ebb as she's demoted from DS to DC.

She is forced to do menial police work while she watches Med go from strength to strength.

There are six episodes in The Bay series two

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But a new case involving a shocking murder within a loving family brings Lisa unexpectedly back into the front line.

She must get under the skin of a new family and prove her worth to her colleagues, to her family and to herself.

In series two brings back DS Lisa Armstong played by Morven Christie, is joined once again by her boss DI Tony Manning (Daniel Ryan), and colleagues Med (Taheen Modak) and DS Alexander Stewart (Simon Manyonda).

Lisa's children Abbie (Imogen King) and Rob (Art Parkinson), and her mum Penny (Lindsey Coulson) are also coming back.

As the news series has a new plot from the first batch of episodes, Jonas Armstrong who played Sean Meredith, is not returning but Sharon Small, Joe Absolom and James Cosmo all join the cast.

Just like the first season, The Bay will be available to watch on ITV and ITV Hub on demand

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How can I watch The Bay series two?

It was confirmed back in May 2019 that The Bay would be back for a second season.

The show returned on January 20, 2021 and continues TONIGHT (February 03, 2021).

You can catch it from 9pm on ITV.

If you don't want to wait for it to air every Wednesday night then can watch all episodes on the ITV Hub.

Detective Lisa Armstrong returns for a gripping second series of The Bay

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