RFDS 2: continues the Australian series?
He captivated the audience of the Sky Series production RFDS: Heroes From Heaven, medical drama from Australia that chronicles the lives, businesses and ambitious doctors in force at the Royal Flying Doctor Service. These contemporary heroes and heroines who really exist are called “Flying doctors” and since 1928 they have been working for a non-profit that offers air ambulance services created to help those who live in the most rural areas of Australia, and which due to the distance would have no other way to reach a hospital or medical center to receive medical help.
The action television series broadcast at home by Seven Network and produced by Endemol Shine brings the beating heart of Australia to the screen, showing both the astonishing deeds of medical and air personnel and their private lives between emergencies. RFDS – Heroes from the sky is inspired by real events: the episodes are shot around the location of Broken Hill, to show the vast and rural Australian center where some of the country’s most inhospitable places are found. The cast of RFDS includes the singer Justine Clarke, Rob Collins, Stephen Peacocke, Emma Hamilton, Ash Ricardo, Kate Mulvany, Rodney Afif e Jack Scott.
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What do we know about the second season? Currently the Seven Network network did not lean on the future of the series which was broadcast starting last August 11 in Australia. This means that the production of season 2 has not yet been formally announced. To date we do not know, therefore, if RFDS will have other episodes or not.
Why is it slow in coming to a verdict on the second season? It might be that negotiations between production and broadcaster are continuing, or that manufacturer Endemol Shine is waiting to know how RFDS did in international countries in which it was sold and broadcast, to understand if it could make sense to continue making the series by virtue of its popularity abroad.
However, a response on the second season of RFDS could arrive in the coming weeks from Seven Network. Filming, if it starts in early 2022, could allow the series to return to Australian screens already between summer and autumn next year, and then by us on Sky Serie.