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Susannah Fielding films second series of This Time with Alan Partridge

Susannah Fielding wraps up in a brown coat as filming for the second series of This Time with Alan Partridge gets underway

She plays Steve Coogan’s co-host as they front This Time on the hilarious BBC spoof show.

And Susannah Fielding proved there’s no rest in the wicked as she shot scenes for the second series of This Time with Alan Partridge in London on Sunday.

The actress, 35, appeared in great spirits as she wrapped up in a brown belted coat on set of the comedy series. 

Busy bee: Susannah Fielding proved there’s no rest in the wicked as she shot scenes for the second series of This Time with Alan Partridge in London on Sunday

TV star Susannah, who portrays the role of Jennie Gresham, teamed her outerwear with an animal print scarf and straight-leg trousers.

The brunette boosted her figure in a pair of classic black heels, and accessorised with diamond stud earrings. 

With her tresses styled into waves, The Great Indoors star complemented her beauty with a slick of pink lipstick.

Working hard: The actress, 35, appeared in great spirits as she wrapped up in a brown belted coat on set of the comedy series

All in the details: TV star Susannah, who portrays the role of Jennie Gresham, teamed her outerwear with an animal print scarf and straight-leg trousers

Working hard: The actress, 35, appeared in great spirits as she wrapped up in a brown belted coat on set of the comedy series

Standing tall: The brunette boosted her figure in a pair of classic black heels, and accessorised with diamond stud earrings

Standing tall: The brunette boosted her figure in a pair of classic black heels, and accessorised with diamond stud earrings

The comedian confirmed the show will return next year, telling Digital Spy in September: ‘We’re in the middle of writing another series of This Time.

‘We’re shooting at the end of the year. We’re scrambling to get it together. It will be broadcast next spring, sometime.’

This Time, which is loosely based on The One Show, sees the beloved TV character bounce back from his on-air mishap and land a plum presenting role on a prime-time chat show 

Speaking on podcast, WTF with Marc Maron last year, actor Steve, 55, detailed the premise of the programme, which explored issues including the #MeToo movement as he attempts to get ‘on message.’ 

Radiant: With her tresses styled into waves, The Great Indoors star complemented her beauty with a slick of pink lipstick

Radiant: With her tresses styled into waves, The Great Indoors star complemented her beauty with a slick of pink lipstick

Staying safe: Crew members donned protective face masks and shields amid the coronavirus pandemic

Staying safe: Crew members donned protective face masks and shields amid the coronavirus pandemic

The thespian said: ‘What we do is we have him trying to jump on the bandwagon and say, you know, he says ”Hey! I’ve made mistakes, I’ve stood on the side of the sidewalk and slow hand-clapped while I watch a woman try to parallel park, you know, and I feel bad about that. And now if I saw a woman doing it now, I would shout instructions.”

‘He’s sometimes ignorant and prejudiced but he tries to do the right thing. Early on we made him too predictably conservative a bit like shooting fish in a barrel – a caricature. 

‘Whereas now we do him as someone who realises that he’s got to get on message. He’s struggling to do the thing he’s supposed to.’ 

The show has been co-written by twin brothers Neil and Rob Gibbons, who are the also the directors. 

Plot: The thespian plays Steve Coogan's co-host as they front This Time on the hilarious BBC spoof show (pictured together with Jonathan Watson in series one)

Plot: The thespian plays Steve Coogan’s co-host as they front This Time on the hilarious BBC spoof show (pictured together with Jonathan Watson in series one)

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