Save Me Too (2020)
Digital Premiere Date2020-11-05
Nick Murphy, Coky Giedroyc, Jim LoachProducer(s) :
Patrick Schweitzer, Lizzie Rusbridger
Lennie James, Suranne Jones, Camilla Beeput, Alice May Feetham, Thomas Coombes, Stephen Graham, Jason Flemyng, Susan Lynch, Nadine Marshall, Alisha Bailey, Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness, Kerry Godliman, Remmie Milner, Barry Ward, Kassidy Anderson, Olive Gray, Alexander Arnold, Nicholas Croucher, Storm Adaser-Ratteray, Alan McKenna, Phil Dunster, Ragevan Vasan, Jimmy Walker, Adrian Edmondson, Lesley Manville, Mia Austen, Amelia Bennett, Lee Byford, Ryan McKen, Orli Shuka, Struan Rodger, Daniel Adegboyega, Deva Wareing, Shaquille Ali-Yebuah, Leni Zieglmeier, Elizabeth Bartram, Ruth Madeley, Carol Starks, Paul Popplewell, Amie Francis, Zoe Telford, John Glynn, Rosa-Marie Lewis, Stephen McCole, Sanchia McCormack, Zak Shukor, Philip Wright, Crispin Letts, Carol Walton, Andrew Frame, Natalia Kostrzewa, Tomi May, Joel Gillman, Sarah Malin, Lizzie Mounter, Toni Peach, Nick Murphy, Edward Bennett, Rob Jarvis, Ruth Horrocks, Jessie Vinning, A.k. Steppa, Claire Ashton, Paul Blackwell, Ross Carter, Chris Cowlin, David Hammond, Cristian Lazar, Adam Lazarus, Deborah Rock, Andrea Sandell, Richard Stanley, Hilary Agostini, Kishore Bhatt, Tony Holness, Lucy Lewendon
Cinematographer (DoP) :
Chas Bain, David PimmMusic Director :
Dustin O'Halloran, Bryan Senti
Production House :
In the dramatic continuation of season one, SAVE ME TOO heads deeper into a dark, hidden world. Nelly Rowe’s life was turned upside down when he was accused of abducting the daughter he barely knew. Now, 17 months later, his daughter Jody is still missing but Nelly’s quest to find her lives on as he put his relationships, and his life, on the line. New potential suspects are revealed, and long-buried secrets unearthed as Nelly is torn between protecting Grace, the young woman he found in a caravan park and continuing his mission to find Jody.
Save Me Too is scheduled to premiere on Peacocok on the 5th of November 2020.