Big names join Bloom S2 including Gary Sweet and Wolf Creek director Greg McLean

\Scott Lee, Gary Sweet, Genevieve Morris, Nick Forward, Greg McLean and Glen Dolman.

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Stan, Screen Australia and Film Victoria today announced that production has commenced on the second season of the TV Week Logie award-winning drama series Bloom.

Filming in Victoria, the six-part Stan Original Series welcomes back its stars from the first season, including Jacki Weaver, Bryan Brown and Phoebe Tonkin.

Also joining the cast for season two is a mix of rising stars and Australian screen legends including Jacqueline McKenzie (Stan Original Series Romper Stomper), Gary Sweet (House Husbands), Bella Heathcote (Strange Angel), Toby Schmitz (Black Sails), Jackson Heywood (Home and Away), Scott Lee (Home and Away), Ed Oxenbould (Puberty Blues) and Lucy Barrett (Neighbours). Series one favourites Genevieve Morris (Stan Original Series No Activity), 2019 AACTA nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Drama, John Stanton (The Doctor Blake Mysteries), Anne Charleston (Neighbours), Terry Norris (The Dressmaker) and Thomas Ersatz(The Wrong Girl) will also return.

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In the first season of Bloom, the residents of a small, country town, Mullan, were left reeling after an inexplicable “fountain of youth” appeared in the wake of a devastating flood.  A mysterious plant with luminous berries offered a second chance to return to your prime, which proved miraculous for some, while others were corrupted and fought to possess it.

In season two, time has passed, and news of the miracle has spread, but this time around the plant itself has transformed and the experience and its side effects are far more severe.  With miracle-seekers arriving, a battle between science, nature and faith erupts

Stan Original Series Bloom is created by Glen Dolman and produced by Sue Seeary. The drama will be shot by Geoffrey Hall with Greg McLean (Stan Original Series Wolf Creek) and Sian Davies (Stan Original Series The Gloaming) both set to direct the the series.

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The series, which recently received five AACTA award nominations, and won the 2019 Logie for Most Outstanding Miniseries, is currently filming in various locations across Victoria and will premiere exclusively on Stan in 2020.

Stan Original Series Bloom is produced by Sony Pictures Television’s powerhouse production company Playmaker for Stan in association with Screen Australia. Financed with support from Film Victoria.

Stan Original Series Bloom (season 2) will premiere exclusively on Stan in 2020.

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2 thoughts on “Big names join Bloom S2 including Gary Sweet and Wolf Creek director Greg McLean

  1. Whilst Stan is to be commended for its modus operandi and successes here, Screen Australia and other state agencies supported these productions by providing nearly 70% of the funds. It’s probably more Stan supporting the the departments.

  2. This is so cool loved the first season and now one of my idols Gary Sweet will be able n it who I so hope I get to work with one day he’s a brilliant actor

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