The second series of a six-part ITV documentary set on board a Princess Cruises ship will air from Thursday, January 12.
The Cruise reveals what life is like for crew and guests onboard the 3,560-guest Royal Princess.
The show will air at 8.30pm
The second series was filmed in the Mediterranean this summer. Hugh Bonneville, who provided the voiceover for the first series, will reprise his role for series two.
Each episode from the new series will give viewers insight into the day-to-day roles of the 1,400-strong crew.
Viewers will see how the team works together to keep the operations of the ship running smoothly including navigating the 141,000-tonne, 19-deck ship; preparing over 20,000 meals a day; and servicing 1,800 cabins.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “Following on from the success of series one, which averaged 3.5 million viewers and has received a National Television Award nomination, we are excited to see what series two has in store for Royal Princess’ crew and guests.”
Alicia Kerr, executive producer at Wild Pictures, which creates the show, said: “We are delighted with the access Princess Cruises granted us to Royal Princess and can promise viewers a rich mix of compelling new stories.”