Sunday, August 5, 2012

The Sparticle Mystery Series 2 currently shooting

Filming is underway in various locations across Yorkshire for Series Two of Sparticles Productions' hit live action children's science-fiction drama series The Sparticle Mystery.
The 10 episode series follows the continuing adventures of the Sparticles, a tribe of children formed after an accident at a particle accelerator teleports everyone on Earth over the age of 15 away into a parallel dimension.

The new series will star familiar faces from Series One and as well as some new additions. Newcomer Karene Peter (represented by IAG) makes her screen debut, joining the cast as a new lead regular, Serena.


19 year old Lee Worswick from Bolton joins the cast as Rocky. Lee (represented by Linton Management)  has been acting since he was 10 years old.

The returning cast includes Megan Jones as Tia, Karim Zeroual as Sadiq, Wesley Nelson as Jeffrey, Emily Sanderson as Reese, Grace Mandeville as Holly, Jerome Holder as Callum, Abbie Hayes as Frankie, Oli Dillon as Fizzy, Oliver Bell as Liam and Gerran Howell as Ernesto.

Creator and executive producer Alison Hume, (BAFTA winning writer for CBBC’s Summerhill), says; “We’ve cooked up a brand new mystery with lots more adventures to keep our audience on the edge of their seats and their imaginations fizzing. Plus there’s lots of fun too as the children exercise their freedom in a World Without Adults.”

Director and executive producer Jon East, (BAFTA winning director for CBBC’s That Summer Day), says, “It’s great to be revisiting the world of The Sparticle Mystery. Children love the sense of empowerment and genuine responsibility that this fantasy yields and this time around we’ve really upped the ante. The world’s adults are by now long gone and we see how children might reconfigure the world if left in charge...”

The new series of The Sparticle Mystery is expected to air on CBBC in early 2013.

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