We can’t imagine this is the case but if for some reason you missed out on any of season one you can catch up with the box set. The first season is based around Bedlam Heights — think Melrose Place with ghosts. The current tenants believe they are living the posh life but don’t realize the apartment complex was previously an asylum … and the residents haven’t quite left. Season one left viewers hanging on one hellish cliff.
Series creator Neil Jones has changed up the entire cast with a few familiar faces making appearances telling Den of Geek, “It’s almost a new cast, but there are some surprise returning faces along the way, and Hugo Speer, who plays Warren in the last series, is back. I think of it like Lost, really. No-one ever has to be really gone from a show like this, so even when you think people are gone, they’re not necessarily gone forever.”
In the second season of Bedlam, the horror and drama returns as the restless spirits of Bedlam Heights wreak their terrible revenge on unsuspecting new inhabitants.
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