Set to Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead', the trailer offers a glimpse at Damien Molony as Detective Flight.
BBC has debuted a trailer for "Ripper Street" season 2 ahead of the show's October 28 return in the U.K. It teases fans with some violent and sex scenes as well as a glimpse at Damien Molony as Detective Flight, all of which are set to Kanye West's hit 'Black Skinhead'.
Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn and Adam Rothenberg return as crime-solving trio Detective Edmund Reid, Detective Bennet Drake and Captain Homer Jackson respectively in the second installment of the drama series. Set in 1890, the second season begins as Jackson discovers a new opiate on the streets of Whitechapel from the nearby newly emergent Chinatown in K Division, Limehouse, led by the amoral Detective Inspector Jedediah Shine.
Macfadyen recently said of being reunited with the cast of the show, "It's fantastic to be reunited with much of the wonderful cast and crew from last year. Also to be reunited with my bowler hat - I'd missed it." He added, "The show's creator Richard Warlow has given us wonderful, strange and unsettling episodes, teeming with the fierce and fragile life of Victorian Whitechapel."
The second season will debut in the U.S. December 1 on BBC America.