There She Goes is a British comedy-drama TV program shown on BBC Four for the very first time on 16 October 2018. The series follows Rosie Yates (Miley Locke) and her parents Emily (Jessica Hynes) and Simon (David Tennant), as well as Ben (Edan Hayhurst), her older brother. It’s based on the experiences of the creator of Shaun Pye, whose daughter was born with a chromosomal disorder.
It features scenes from 2006, when her parents discovered Rosie’s anomalies and from 2015 at the age of nine. Much of the system provided positive feedback.
The BBC announced that the second series of She Goes, the funny yet deeply emotional comedy-drama of Shaun Pye, will take place. This time around, BBC Four was switched to BBC Two, host of comedies such as Extras.
More than a year has passed since the BBC Four first episode (16 October 2018), and unless the BBC decides to announce and broadcast series two in the following weeks, the episode is likely to come back in 2020.
The cast of season 2 will include:
- Miley Locke as Rosie Yates
- David Tennant as Simon Yates
- Jessica Hynes as Emily Yates
- Edan Hayhurst as Ben Yates
- Yasmine Akram as Helen
- Ben Willbond as Chris
- Maya Kelly as Ellie, Chris’s daughter.
- Nigel Planer as Gandalf.
- Philip Jackson as Grandad John
Simon and Emily have two children, Rosie’s daughter, and Ben’s son. Rosie has serious learning problems, which are not easy to understand and handle for her family.
Emily does much of her experience with depression as a result of Simon’s past. Rosie hesitates to do as she has been told, and is likely to tangle, causing household harm often. Emily sympathizes with her friend, but Simon is disappointed. Ben eventually feels overlooked, as illustrated in his birthday final.
Nothing has been announced about the overall plot of Season 2. The real question is whether a similar plot structure should be used for the first. Are there going to be flashbacks? Can she skip ahead while Rosie is a teenager? It will possibly proceed in the same style, but nothing is yet official.