All Creatures Great and Small, the 2020 reboot of 70s series, brings back the charming story of a small town vet James Herriot and his adventures pursuing his passion of caring for animals. The PBS show has emerged as a feel-good favorite during an especially tough winter, with viewers looking forward to each and every Sunday night episode.
“All Creatures certainly has a gentle, Hallmark-ish vibe, but that vibe can be a balm for what ails, well, pretty much everyone right now. Gentle stories that heavily involve farm animals and interpersonal relationships might just be the thing we need, especially stories that are as well done as this series is,” Decider’s Joel Keller wrote in his All Creatures Great and Small review, adding, “With fine performances and spectacular cinematography, the new version of All Creatures Great And Small will definitely make fans of Herriot’s books want to go back and revisit them, and it will also bring new fans into the fold.”
While the sweet show became a go-to comfort watch for its audience, it wrapped up Season 1 this month, leaving fans with questions about the future of All Creatures Great and Small.
Here’s what you need to know about All Creatures Great and Small 2020 Season 2.
IS ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL GETTING A SEASON 2?
Yes, All Creatures Great and Small has been renewed for Season 2. The 2020 reboot of the charming series may have just ended on PBS Masterpiece, but it’ll be back with more episodes in a brand new season.
WHEN WILL ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL SEASON 2 PREMIERE ON PBS?
While we don’t have an official premiere date yet for All Creatures Great and Small Season 2, we do know that the series is set to begin filming the new season early this year. In an interview with Salon published this week, series writer Ben Vanstone said the All Creatures Great and Small team is still hard at work on Season 2.
“The final couple of episodes we’re still working on but the majority of it is written,” he explained. “It’s a very strange time to be doing anything with COVID. There’s lots to negotiate and navigate with that. But in some ways, because of the animal welfare stuff that we have to do anyway, we have to be very careful with how many people are on set, who’s around what animals.
“We had a lot of biosecurity in place to make sure everyone’s boots are clean, and not taking anything onto farms that shouldn’t be taken on,” he continued. “So we’re not too badly set up for it. And the fact that we filmed quite a lot outdoors as well is a good thing.”
A final date hasn’t been set yet, but we’ll keep you posted with an updates on the Season 2 premiere.
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