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‘Millie Inbetween’ returns to CBBC for second season
19 Nov 2015 : Seán Brosnan
The second series was shot in Northern Ireland in early 2015
Series two of ‘Millie Inbetween’ will air on Thursdays at 4.30pm on CBBC from 19th November.

The series filmed in Northern Ireland in early 2015 and received funding from the Northern Ireland Screen fund supported by Invest NI and part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

‘Mille Inbetween’ is a comedy about families. In the show Millie’s parents are amicably divorced leading new lives with new partners, and their new partners’ kids too. The new series picks up some months after the previous season left off and there are new choices and challenges for Millie to cope with – all in a day’s work for a girl in her situation. She and her big sister Lauren are still alternating between Mum’s house and Dad’s flat as Millie balances becoming a teenager and managing to keep things together when everyone in the family is falling apart.

Elaine Sperber is the Executive Producer for The Foundation, Melissa Hardinge is the commissioning editor for CBBC and the series was recommissioned by Cheryl Taylor Controller of CBBC.




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