BBC Three fly-on-the-wall documentary series Angels Of The North will be back next month.
After the production of series two was put on hold due to Covid19, BBC Three and BBC England are excited to announce its return. Fans will be pleased to know that Sammyjo and her ‘Mamager’ Bev will be back streaming on BBC Three from 01st November at 6am.
The series picks up right where it left off and sees the salon and its staff coping with Covid-19, and preparing the salon to reopen in July.
With the cameras rolling again they follow the team as they announce some big changes in the salon... and boy does the salon look different. PPE and Covid19 restrictions mean the girls have to get to grips with the new rules and regulations, as well as brushing up on their hair extension fitting skills after months on furlough... and who better to practice on than each other.
Rachel Ashdown, Entertainment Commissioner for BBC Three, says: “Because Angels Of The North features real people in a real community, every work-based conversation and situation is relatable to the audience - no matter where you work or what you do. As the salon reopens there’s lots of shocks and challenges in store, but also with the unique Geordie humour there’s lots of laughs. It’s the perfect binge watch for what has been a trying 2020.”
Angels Of The North will be available on BBC Three from 01st November at 6am.