Sian Clifford joins Everyone Else Burns | As filming starts on series 2

Sian Clifford joins Everyone Else Burns

As filming starts on series 2

Sian Clifford has joined the cast of Channel 4’s comedy Everyone Else Burns.

The Fleabag star will play Maude, an imposing new member of the cult followed by the god-fearing Lewis family.  According to the broadcaster ‘Maude’s warped take on domesticity will upend Fiona’s worldview and threaten to lead David astray’

Simon Bird and Kate O’Flynn returns as the married couple with Amy James-Kelly and Harry Connor as their children Rachel and Aaron.

Filming on the second series has just got under way in Manchester. The returning cast also includes Morgana Robinson, Ali Khan, Arsher Ali, Al Roberts, Kadiff Kirwan, Soph Galustian and Liam Williams.

The Lewis family with a clapperboard showing S2

Series two ‘will challenge the Lewises’ commitment to The Order more than ever before,’ according to its synopsis, which adds: ‘Relationships are front and centre – as Rachel’s drive for independence is threatened by arranged marriage and cracks widen between David and Fiona. Meanwhile, Aaron will launch a revolutionary bid to drag The Order into the present day (with, and in spite of, his Dad’s help).’

Written by Dillon Mapletoft and Oliver Taylor, Everyone Else Burns will return to Channel 4 later this year. 

Everyone Else Burns production credits

Made by: Jax Media UK and Universal International Studios,
Written by: Dillon Mapletoft and Oliver Taylor,
Executive producers:  Brooke Posch, Tony Hernandez, Molly Seymour, Jake Fuller, Dave Binegar,  Dillon Mapletoft and Oliver Taylor
Producer: Olly Cambridge
Director: Jamie Jay Johnson
Commissioned for Channel 4 by: Head of comedy, Charlie Perkins and commissioning editor, Laura Riseam

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Published: 25 Apr 2024

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