NETFLIX is preparing to bring back one of its hit original series for a second season. But when will On My Block's new series get released, who is in the cast and what is the show about? Here's the lowdown. When is On My Block season 2 on Netflix? On My Block's second season to date is expected to hit the streaming platform in March 2019. It is expected to consist of ten episodes like last season, with all of them being available to stream at once. The filming concluded last year at the end of November 2018 and had been in post-production ever since. The show's first series received great critical acclaim and was even awarded Teen Choice Award's Choice TV Breakout Show in 2018. Who's on the cast? Here are the young stars of the teen comedy you can expect to see in the new season. Jessica Marie Garcia The American actress from Florida will return as her character Jasmine. She has confirmed her return multiple times via her social media posts and video messages. You may recognise … [Read more...] about When is On My Block season 2 on Netflix, who’s on the cast and what is it about?
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Wales 4 February 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-47116363 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Hit drama series Keeping Faith and Hidden have helped BBC Wales almost treble its performance on BBC iPlayer.Requests on iPlayer rose to 45m … [Read more...] about Keeping Faith’s ‘impact’ for BBC Wales
Lifestyle / Entertainment / Music by Press Association 03/02/2019, 8:30 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has been honoured by the BBC for her work on a radio drama exploring the emotional and physical challenges of late-pregnancy termination. The Welsh performer accepted the prize for best actress for her work on 19 Weeks at BBC Broadcasting House on Sunday. Myles, 40, starred as Emily in the programme – which recounts the real-life story of a woman who has an abortion at five months. The series, directed by Helen Perry, was honoured at the BBC’s Audio Drama Awards, an event held by the Corporation to celebrate its audio programmes, both on air and online. Myles played Faith Howell in the Welsh-language drama Keeping Faith, which broke the record for play requests on the BBC iPlayer with over 9.5 million viewers. Shameless star David Threlfall was also honoured at the event, which was hosted by former … [Read more...] about Keeping Faith star Eve Myles handed best actress gong at BBC radio awards
PUBLISHED: 16:49 27 January 2019 | UPDATED: 16:49 27 January 2019 Race director Pat Brightman presents Ash Harrell and Faith Viney with their winner's trophies alongside Sportlink's Pete Johnson. Picture: Mark Armstrong Archant Ash Harrell continued his preparations for the 2019 London Marathon with victory at a blustery Freethorpe 10M event on Sunday. The City of Norwich athlete was the first runner home in 53:15, ahead of last year’s winner Alan Darby (Ely Runners) in 54:01. Bure Valley Harriers’ runner Sam Coyne was third in 55:27 in what was the first race of the Sportlink Grand Prix Series.Harrell was using the race to sharpen his preparations ahead of London and admitted the windy conditions were tough to combat at times.“It was just a tough race from the start,” he said. “I was kind of using it as training as I’m doing London this year.“I had Alan (Darby) with me for five miles, we were working quite well together but as soon as we … [Read more...] about Freethorpe 10M: CoNAC’s Ash Harrell and Bure Valley Harriers’ Faith Viney take the honours at blustery Freethorpe 10M
Newcastle fans have taken aim at arch rivals Sunderland with a mocking chant over a recent documentary featuring the club. Titled 'Sunderland til I Die', the show which premiered on internet streaming service Netflix in December of 2018, charts a miserable 2017/18 season for the Mackems as they suffer relegation from the Championship to League One. As Sunderland hosted their North East rivals' under 21 side in Checkatrade Trophy last 16 tie, the near 2,800 strong travelling support refused to pass up the opportunity to bask in their opponents' misery. "Cry on Netflix. We saw you cry on Netflix" rang around the away section of the Stadium of Light as the Geordie faithful gleefully mocked the plight of their regional neighbours. The otherwise well-received eight-part series goes behind the scenes as Sunderland lurch from one disaster to another as well as the intense emotional journey of passionate long-suffering supporters. After dropping down from the Premier League the previous … [Read more...] about Newcastle fans take aim at Sunderland Netflix series with witty chant