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The Revenger: An Unromantic Comedy
Released in 2018
Rachel as Kendra.
A fairy tale romance takes an unexpected turn when Mark discovers his beautiful bride-to-be, Connie, has actually been plotting against him.
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Release date unknown
Rachel as Unknown.
A crew enters a mysterious maze buried underneath an abandoned Soviet research facility where supernatural disturbances occur.
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BBC3 drama Clique Renewed!

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The Radio Times has announced that BBC3’s drama Clique will return for a second series!

BBC3 university drama Clique will return for a second series, the BBC has confirmed.

Created by Skins writer Jess Brittain, and partly based on her own experiences, the first series of the drama followed Holly (Synnove Karlsen) and Georgia (Aisling Franciosi), two best friends who are drawn into a leading group of girls, with Sherlock star Louise Brealey at the helm. The story – told from Holly’s perspective – started out as a tale of friendship threatened by ambition but soon developed into a high-stakes mystery thriller.

The tense finale left us with plenty of unanswered questions, the most important of which was, ‘Is that really the end of the story?’ The closing moments of episode six saw Holly and Millie – aka Rachel – reunited in some manner of facility in Edinburgh. The pair exchanged hellos and as Holly smiled at her murderous ex best friend (played by Rachel Hurd-Wood) we wondered if their story was really over?

Well, the answer is no, because Rachel will still be keeping an eye on Holly in series two – albeit from behind the glass of the secure unit she’s still being held in.

It’s great news to know Rachel will be back on our screens. If you haven’t seen the first series it’s a great watch so be sure to check it out!