Van Der Valk star opens up on filming challenge 'I questioned whether it was doable'


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Thankfully it did not take the star long to get back into the swing of filming in different conditions.

She explained: “I guess the upside, once we got back into our little rhythm after a couple of weeks filming, is because we had done that first series all of these relationships between the gang were just richer.

“They kind of developed and really just blossomed over that second season, it’s why you kind of need time for all of these relationships to just have a little bit of space to breathe.

“So we got to know each other more as friends and stuff, I think that comes out on screen and I think it finds its feet in season two.”

Viewers will be pleased to hear a third season has already been given the green light and production is underway.


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