Dan Sefton’s Trust Me Greenlit For Second Series

BBC One has announced that Trust Me, written and created by Dan Sefton (The Good Karma Hospital), will return for a four-part second series with a new cast and storyline.

Set on the neurological unit of South Lothian Hospital, the new series follows Captain James McKay, the sole survivor of a shock enemy attack on tour in Syria.

Recovering from a spinal injury which has left him barely able to move and battling the psychological scars from losing his friends, he faces a new enemy as people on the ward die unexpectedly around him. But is the threat real, or imagined?

Dan Sefton says: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be working on a new series of Trust Me for the BBC… This follow up series will bring the same tension and twists of the original show to a brand new medical arena.”

Trust Me series two will be filmed on location in Scotland.