Cameras rolling on Mary Kills People season two

New episodes of the Cameron Pictures and eOne drama will premiere on Global in winter 2018.
Mary Kills People

Filming is underway in Toronto on season two of Cameron Pictures and eOne hour-long drama Mary Kills People

The Tara Armstrong-created series, which airs on Global in Canada and Lifetime in the U.S., is set to return with six new episodes in winter 2018. Corus announced the season-two greenlight during its June upfront, while Lifetime confirmed its renewal late last month. Production is set to wrap in mid-October.

The new season sees Dr. Mary Harris (played by Caroline Dhavernas) continuing to assist with the suicides of terminally ill patients. New additions to the cast include Rachelle Lefevre (Under the DomeTwilight) and Ian Lake (BittenRookie Blue). Richard Short and Jay Ryan also return to star in season two.

New directors for season two include Kelly Makin, Norma Bailey and David Wellington. Holly Dale (The Americans, Dexter) directed all of season one.

The show is produced by eOne and Cameron Pictures in association with Corus Entertainment, and with the financial participation of the CMF, the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit and the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit.

Executive producers are Armstrong, Tassie Cameron (Ten Days in The Valley, Rookie Blue), Amy Cameron (The Book of Negroes), Jocelyn Hamilton (Private Eyes) and Tecca Crosby (Private Eyes), with Holly Dale serving as co-executive producer. The writers on the series are Armstrong, Tassie Cameron, Morwyn Brebner (Saving Hope), Lara Azzopardi (Backstage) and Marsha Greene (Private Eyes).