As Phoebe Waller-Bridge's darkly comic show Fleabag gears up for season two, complete with some stellar additions to the already excellent cast, Vogue dissects what's to come https://t.co/YSVUxh0fJM— British Vogue (@BritishVogue) January 29, 2019
Olivia Colman, Sian Clifford, Hugh Skinner, Hugh Dennis and Bill Paterson are all back. Kristin Scott-Thomas, Fiona Shaw are new additions (“They literally begged me to be in it. Begged me. Begged. One of them was crying"), as well as Andrew Scott as a sexy priest.
The theme of S2 is 'Fleabag vs God.' Picking up a year after last season ended, Fleabag's shiny façade has unraveled - how is she going to cope with grief and guilt?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is currently on a sold-out Off-Broadway run of Fleabag, the play which she originated in 2013. She doesn't plan on writing a third season "before I’m 50. It takes so much out of me, and at the same time, it gives me so much energy, this character, that I feel like I’ve got to go and do some more stuff before I find out where she gets to next.”
How are you liking the new season? Are you shookus from last night's episode?
sources: variety vogue