Save Me Too is the second season of Sky drama Save Me, which originally aired back in 2018. The latest outing picks up 17 months after the events of the finale as Nelly Rowe (played by Lennie James) continues his search for his daughter.
Where is Save Me Too set?
The second season of Save Me is set once again in south east London on the estates and areas around Deptford, Lewisham and Greenwich.
This includes Nelly’s estate in the Towers in Deptford, Lewisham and the much-loved Palm Tree pub.
As well as this, season two expands into Greenwich, which is where new character Jennifer Charles (Lesley Manville) lives with her husband Gideon Charles (Ade Edmondson).
While Jody’s (Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness) mother Claire (Suranne Jones) still lives in a beautiful house in the borough of Surbiton.
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In a recent Q&A for the new series, star Lennie James spoke about the decision to return to these places once again.
He told Express.co.uk and other media: “We went back to all of those places.
“It was really weird when we’re returning to the kind of main estates that we shot in because this time around everyone had seen the first series.
“So we were kind of welcomed and looked after in a way this time around it that was slightly different last time if I’m allowed to say that. So that was lovely.”
He also revealed how they spread out further than in the opening series of the show as well.
James added in the Q&A: “We spread it out a little bit.
“We still returned to Claire’s and Barry’s lovely house, and we jaunt over to Greenwich and some other places.
“But mostly in series two, we’re returning to places that we’re familiar with. But new characters take us to new places.”
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Where is Save Me Too filmed?
Many of the filming locations from the first season of the show were used again in Save Me Too.
This included council flats in Lewisham and Deptford, as well as other shots in Stratford in east London.
The Palm Tree is also filmed in a real-life pub not in south London but instead in Mile End.
James also spoke about filming one scene in particular in Putney when the sun was going down, which showcased the beauty of the area.
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He explained: “It was this spot where you can just walk down to the river, it was a lovely spot.
“We did this scene in what they called the ‘magic hour,’ just that moment before the sun sets and it was lovely.
“It’s a very pivotal scene and it was one of my favourite scenes to film.”
The latest series contains six new episodes as the characters continue searching for Jody.
Save Me Too begins on Sky Atlantic at 9pm with all episodes available to stream on NOW TV now.
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