Series 2

11 November 2010 - 19 December 2010

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Series 2 of Misfits originally aired on E4 from 11 November - 19 December 2010. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 27 December 2010, including all seven episodes.

Channel 4's head of drama Camilla Campbell confirmed, after the last episode of Series 1 was shown on 17 December 2009, that a second series has been commissioned for 2010. The events of Series 2 commence immediately after the end of Series 1.

It was also confirmed that filming took place in May 2010 by the cast themselves on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.

Synopsis Edit

A freak storm left our posse of social outcasts with super powers; Curtis can turn back time, Kelly can read minds, Simon can turn invisible and Alisha can send people into a sexual frenzy with just one touch. Then there's their two dead probation workers (one is buried under the local environmental monitoring station; the other stored in a freezer in the community centre). And finally, unbeknownst to the others, Nathan is trapped six feet under in a coffin, immortal and very much alive.

But it's not just the ASBO Five who were affected by the storm. With the super-charged local townsfolk going the way of Gotham City, this series sees our gang faced with a whole new world of weird and wild characters. And who is the masked, hooded stranger who seems to be watching their every move?

Cast Edit

Main Cast Edit

Secondary Cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

Episode List Edit

# Title Featured Character(s) Original airdate Notes
1 "Episode One" Simon 11 November 2010 Introduction of Shaun.
2 "Episode Two" Nathan 18 November 2010 Introduction of Nikki.
3 "Episode Three" Alisha 25 November 2010 Superhoodie's identity is revealed.
4 "Episode Four" Curtis 2 December 2010 Superhoodie dies.
5 "Episode Five Kelly 9 December 2010
6 "Episode Six" Everyone 16 December 2010
7 "Episode Seven" Everyone 19 December 2010 Introduction of Seth, final regular appearance of Nathan, Nikki dies, the gang gives up their powers and gets new ones.

DVD Special Features Edit

  • The Making of Misfits
  • Shooting Misfits
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Online Films

Trivia Edit

  • On 9 December, 2011, Misfits creator Howard Overman talked about an abandoned story idea in an interview with GQ Magazine:

"What was the best idea that never made it on screen?"

"There was one Misfits script which I wrote that was set in an alternative reality where [the cast] were all the opposites of their characters: Simon was a real ladies' man and Nathan had taken his place as a real geek. It didn't work because people tune in to see recognizable characters and I think they know who they want to see. So we ditched it."

  • This is the only series with an odd number of episodes.

External Links Edit

  • [1] GQ Magazine: Misfits' Howard Overman talks TV, 9 Dec, 2011
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