Fullscreen’s Jack & Dean of All Trades will return with back-to-back episodes.
The second series of Jack Howard and Dean Dobbs’s Streamy-nominated series Jack & Dean of All Trades is set to premiere its first two episodes on Thursday 16 March, with further episodes airing weekly until 13 April. The first episode will also be available on Jack and Dean’s YouTube channel, while a trailer for the series will premiere next week.
— Dean Dobbs (@DeanDobbs) March 1, 2017
Viewers will find the duo where they left off at the end of the first season, with Jack’s girlfriend Emma in prison for bank robbery and the two left with a large amount of stolen money. Having little choice but to pretend everything is normal, they go back to their temporary work agency and continue to take odd placements from Jessica Hynes’s Marv. The press release also teases “the arrival of Jack’s conniving sister Lottie, who lives to make her brother’s life miserable”.
Jack and Dean commented: “We are so excited for people to see Season Two of our show. We cannot believe Fullscreen let us do this again. Having Jessica Hynes back was brilliant. This season is bigger, better, funnier, and has 100% more cameos from Game of Thrones stars than Season One.”
As well as the return of Jessica Hynes as Marv and Andrea Valls as Emma, Jack & Dean of All Trades Season Two will also include guest appearances from Game of Thrones star Jacob Anderson (aka Raleigh Ritchie) and Borderline’s David Elms.
Pictures taken during the filming of the series hint at some of the upcoming roles the pair will be trying out, including bartenders, paramedics, and lifeguards.
The series was once again written by the pair and Paul Neafcy. It will be available exclusively on the Fullscreen streaming service, where the entire first season is already available.