Normal for Norfolk: Desmond MacCarthy and his excellent eyebrows returning to TV for second series
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Last April Normal for Norfolk made its debut on BBC Two. Just over a year later the show is returning to our screens.
Desmond MacCarthy, owner of Wiveton Hall and a pair of outrageous eyebrows, is back for season two of the docusoap which provides insight into his quirky life.
Season one introduced viewers to his family, including his 99-year-old mother Chloe and two children, before exposing his struggling business ventures.
The premise was that nothing quite went to plan and this looks set to continue throughout the six new episodes.
According to the Radio Times, Desmond will attempt 'to keep his 17th-century manor house afloat and stay on the right side of bankruptcy.
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'Now thousands of pounds in debt and with his overdraft at its limit, Desmond must conjure up increasingly clever ways to make money if he's to survive.'
Normal for Norfolk returns to BBC Two on Monday, July 17 at 10pm.
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