The heartwarming comedy series There She Goes is back for a second series, airing on its new home on BBC Two. The show shines a light on the day-to-day experiences of a family looking after their severely learning disabled daughter Rosie (Miley Locke), while an earlier timeline shows their struggles to come to terms with her diagnosis. David Tennant and Jessica Hynes star as Rosie's parents Simon and Emily with Edan Hayhurst as her brother Ben. There She Goes is based on the real-life experiences of series writer Shaun Pye.
In the clip below, the family visits the library, a trip that is on the point of ending in utter disaster until Rosie surprises them all (may not play outside the UK).
There She Goes is currently showing on BBC Two on Thursday nights at 9.30pm. The whole series is available to stream now on BBC iPlayer.
Season Two will be added to Britbox in the USA and Canada later this year.