By: Lori Harito
It has just been announced that Global TV’s homegrown Canadian show, Bomb Girls, has been renewed for a second season. The hit show which brought in more than 1.2 million viewers was a breakout hit as an original drama. The Canadian wartime drama which stars Meg Tilly and Jodi Balfour has been green lit for 12 new episodes in its second season. Development on the new episodes will begin shortly.
“With six powerful episodes, Bomb Girls has struck a chord with Canadians and we’re thrilled with the grassroots initiatives and overwhelming support this original series has generated,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice-President, Content, Shaw Media. “As we work with our production partners at Muse and Back Alley, viewers will have the opportunity to continue the journey with these brave women facing a new reality during this fascinating time in Canadian history.”
In Wednesday night’s explosive finale, “Element of Surprise,” the season
culminates with dramatic twists for all of the characters set against
the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Bomb Girls, which is set in Toronto and filmed in Toronto, is set in 1941 as a war rages on, and profiles the lives of brave women making bombs at home.
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