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BBC Three Unveils Heart-Pounding Trailer for Wreck Series 2

by Jonathan Currinn
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Thaddea Graham as Vivian and Oscar Kennedy as Jamie

Exciting news for fans of the horror-comedy series Wreck as BBC Three drops a pulse-pounding trailer for the highly anticipated second series. Clocking in at 35 seconds, the trailer offers an enticing glimpse into the spine-chilling adventures awaiting viewers in the upcoming instalment. Series 2 of Wreck is expected to drop next week on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, on BBC iPlayer at 6 am, followed by the TV broadcast on BBC Three at 10 pm, for UK viewers. You can watch the trailer below.

Official poster for BBC's Wreck which sees the three main cast members sitting crossed legged as the sun sets.

In the trailer, we see protagonists Jamie and Vivian, alongside their intrepid group of survivors, embarking on a daring mission to infiltrate Velorum’s latest venture—an exclusive ‘wellness’ festival for millionaires nestled in the remote Slovenian countryside. Amidst scenes of intrigue and suspense, the trailer teases viewers with snippets of the group going undercover and navigating the treacherous landscape of the festival, where danger lurks around every corner.

A collage of six stills from series 2 of Wreck, all of which are profile images of supporting main and recurring characters from the show.
L-R: Top – Alice Nokes, Sam Buttery, Peter Claffey Bottom – Amber Grappy, Miya Ocego, James Phoon.

As the trailer unfolds, viewers are treated to glimpses of new characters, each adding layers of complexity to the narrative. From LGBTQ+ representation to heart-pounding action sequences featuring shotguns and acrobat performers, the trailer promises a thrilling and diverse array of experiences for audiences to enjoy. There’s also a scene with a drag queen who is lurking in what we presume is a library as she’s seen within an aisle of bookcases, wearing a red wig and holding a small bejewelled box in her hand as a weapon.

Screenshot from the Wreck series 2 trailer which sees a drag queen with a red wig lurking amongst bookshelves with a bejewelled box in her hand held up as a weapon.

One standout moment in the trailer features a guide at the festival uttering the word “namaste”. hinting at the deceptive tranquillity that masks the true horrors lurking beneath the surface. This juxtaposition of serenity and danger sets the stage for an exhilarating and unpredictable journey that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

With its captivating visuals and horrorsome hints at what’s to come, the trailer for Wreck series 2 leaves audiences wanting more—35 seconds really isn’t enough. As Jamie and his friends delve deeper into the mysteries surrounding Velorum, it becomes clear that their quest for justice will lead them down a path fraught with peril and unexpected twists.

Still from Wreck TV show that sees Lauren (Amber Grappy) and Ben (Orlando Norman) running in fear in a forest.
Orlando Norman (Ben) and Amber Grappy (Lauren)

BBC Three isn’t giving much away but they have added a tantalising YouTube description to the trailer, “Just when you thought the gang were out of the woods, Wreck Series 2 kicks off months after Jamie and his friends survive the bloodcurdling mayhem on the Velorum, the cruise-lining murder machine that claimed Jamie’s sister. In a daring and desperate attempt to bring the company down, the gang go undercover to infiltrate Velorum’s newest venture – an exclusive ‘wellness’ festival for millionaires in the remote Slovenian countryside. It’s going to be a cleansing experience…but not quite what they had in mind!”

With a compelling storyline, a talented cast, and a commitment to pushing the boundaries of the horror-comedy genre, the upcoming series is set to leave an indelible mark on the TV landscape as a whole. Mark your calendars and brace yourselves for a rollercoaster of emotions, suspense, and laughter as Wreck returns with a vengeance.

Still from Wreck TV series that sees a group of young adults looking out of a window as if they are hiding from someone.
Alice Nokes (Sophia), Amber Grappy (Lauren), Thaddea Graham (Vivian), Miya Ocego (Rosie), and Peter Claffey (Cormac).

Fans can eagerly anticipate immersing themselves in a binge-worthy experience as Wreck Series 2 premieres on BBC iPlayer at 6 am, followed by the TV broadcast on BBC Three at 10 pm on March 26, 2024. We are beyond excited for an extended exploration into the world of horror-comedy, as the series promises to deliver even more suspense, intrigue, and unexpected twists in its latest instalment.

Click here to watch the first episode of series 1 on BBC iPlayer, in the UK, right now. If you’re in the US, you can click here to watch the first series on Hulu,

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