The Twelve season 2: Everything we know as filming begins in Belgium

One of our favourite shows from a few years ago – The Twelve (De Twaalf) – has begun production on its second series, subtitled The Cinderalla Murder.

The tense courtroom drama once again is set in Belgium and once again features a courtroom conundrum.

What is The Twelve season 2 all about?

In The Cinderella Murder, 12 citizens have to judge the guilt or innocence of defendants Anton Bergman (Koen de Graeve) and his daughter Julie (Louisa Peeters).

Anton and Julie are charged before the courts in Antwerp for the murder of Marianne Coens (Katrien de Ruysscher), Anton’s partner and Julie’s stepmother. Yet Julie claims to have acted alone, and Anton insists that he’s innocent innocence.

However, the prosecutor believes that Julie is protecting her father, and that the two of them committed the murder.

Criminal lawyer Frank Dendoncker (Peter van den Begin) defends Anton in court.

Twelve jurors have been drawn to adjudicate in this complex case. As the trial progresses, the jurors’ personal lives also begin to influence how they experience the trial and ultimately their decision on guilt.

Who else stars in The Twelve season 2?

Alongside de Graeve, Peeters, de Rysscher and van den Begin, The Twelve also features Inge Paulussen, Dirk Van Dijck, Abigail Abraham, Line Pillet, Bart Hollanders, Emma Van Raemdonck, Chris Nietvelt, Els Olaerts, Marjan De Schutter, Viv Van Dingenen, Jobst Schnibbe and Emilie De Roo.

When will The Twelve season 2 be on TV?

Despite the start of production, no release date has been set year. It’s likely that it will appear in 2023.


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