“Season two of Trust Me begins this evening (Tuesday, April 16) on BBC One at 9pm. The four-part drama has again been written by Dan Sefton, who penned the first series back in 2017 starring Jodie Whittaker as a nurse moonlighting as a doctor.
“The second series is a very different beast albeit with similar themes such as a medical setting and a thriller element.
“Trust Me season two concentrates on Corporal Jamie McCain (played by Alfred Enoch), is a soldier left severely paralysed and suspected of suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
“The young corporal is left disturbed as other patients in his ward start to die around him, leading Jamie to search for the truth.”
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