Great news, season two of Fleabag will be landing on BBC3 later this year, a very welcome return for Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s series.
The BBC Press Office gave us a first look at Phoebe in a scene from the second season.
— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) November 28, 2018
Radio Times take a look at what we can expect from the second season.
Series one centred around the eponymous anti-heroine, a woman in her 30s living in London, trying to navigate her own life while dealing with the tragedy of her best friend’s death.
The last time we saw Fleabag, she was pretty broken, and producer Lydia Hampson told Dazed: “We can’t go back to pretending she’s fine again.”
She added: “Whatever our story is, we’re going to start a year on from where we left off.”
This series will see our nameless heroine take on God after meeting a priest (played by Sherlock’s Andrew Scott), who completely changes her world view.
She’s also locked in a war with her sister, while her wicked godmother (Olivia Colman) still calls the shots when it comes to her relationship with her father.
Solo: A Star Wars Story, Killing Eve, now the return of Fleabag – Phoebe is certainly busy right now, so fingers crossed she can make time in her busy schedule to come and visit Chicago during Celebration weekend.