The Broken News Season 2 Trailer Is Out On OTT

The trailer for the highly anticipated second season of The Broken News has been released, featuring Sonali Bendre, Jaideep Ahalawat, and Shriya Pilgaonkar reprising their roles. In this new season, the trailer indicates a clash of ideologies between two news channels, ‘Awaz Bharti’ and ‘Josh 24×7’, intensifying the conflict between sensationalism and truth.

The Broken News Trailer

The narrative extends beyond the newsroom, evolving into a personal battle for survival, with the show returning after a two-year hiatus and set to premiere on May 3 on ZEE5. Produced by BBC Studios Productions India, the upcoming season will continue to explore the fictional lives and challenges of journalists grappling with the struggle between truth and sensationalism.

Season 2 Cast

Returning actors include Indraneil Sengupta, Taaruk Raina, Faisal Rashid, and Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, while new faces like Akshay Oberoi, Geetika Vidya, and Suchitra Pillai will also play significant roles. Sonali Bendre, making her OTT debut with The Broken News, expressed her excitement for the new season, highlighting its significance as her first venture in the digital space.

Jaideep Ahlawat, known for his intense performances, teased more drama, action, and blurred lines between characters in the upcoming season. Shriya Pilgaonkar shared her enriching experience working with seasoned actors like Sonali and Jaideep, praising their talent and the magic created on screen.

The new season of ‘The Broken News’ promises to deliver captivating content, with the storyline expanding beyond the newsroom and delving into personal conflicts and survival. With a stellar cast and an intriguing plot, fans eagerly anticipate the premiere of ‘The Broken News S2’ on May 3rd, set to offer an immersive viewing experience on ZEE5.

The Broken News Season 2 is directed by Vinay Waikul, who also helmed the first season. The show is the remake of the British series Press, which showed the rivalry between two British newspapers. Starring Charlotte Riley, Ben Chaplin, and Priyanga Burford in the leading roles, Press was cancelled after its first six-part season which was released in 2018.


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