The Outlaws series 2 cast as BBC One comedy returns

The Outlaws 2022 release date and cast

Series two of The Outlaws from multi-award-winning writer and director Stephen Merchant is back for more!

The comedy thriller follows seven strangers from different walks of life forced together to complete a Community Payback sentence in Bristol.

The Outlaws series one was BBC’s biggest comedy launch of 2021 and has been streamed 11 million times on iPlayer.

Watch The Outlaws on TV and online

Series 2 of The Outlaws will airs on Sunday nights at 9PM on BBC One. The final of six episodes airs on 10 July.

As well as watching on TV the series is available to watch online on iPlayer.

The first series is also currently available to watch online on iPlayer here

Meet the cast!

The second series will see the return of Academy Award-winning actor Christopher Walken, alongside writer and star Stephen Merchant (The Office, Jojo Rabbit), with Rhianne Barreto (Honour, Hanna), Gamba Cole (Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle, Hanna), Darren Boyd (Killing Eve), Clare Perkins (EastEnders), Eleanor Tomlinson (Poldark), Jessica Gunning (Back), Charles Babalola (Bancroft), Nina Wadia (Goodness Gracious Me, Bend It like Beckham), Tom Hanson (Brassic), and Aiyana Goodfellow (Small Axe) as Esme.

Guest stars include Julia Davis (Sally4Ever), Dolly Wells (Dracula), Ian McElhinney (Game Of Thrones, Derry Girls), and Claes Bang (Dracula).

A teaser for the new episodes shares: “Following on directly from the first series, The Outlaws still have time to serve on their sentences – but now they must face the fallout from their actions.

“If they thought the criminal underworld or the local police were done with them, they are sorely mistaken. The Outlaws must depend on one another while working with unlikely allies to atone for their sins – but can they save themselves without sacrificing their souls?”

You can watch a first trailer below!

For now you can watch the first series on iPlayer here. Outside the UK, the series is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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