Wilmywood Daily: Season 2 of ‘Six’ leaving Wilmington for Canada

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — It appears a show that filmed its first season in Wilmington will not return for season 2.

Sheila Brothers with The Wilmywood Daily reports that “Six” will cross the border to Vancouver. The series “Six” is a military drama about Navy Seal Team Six and their lives at home and while away on a mission.

Last month we reported that the History Channel had renewed the show for its second season.

According to Wilmywood Daily, in a letter to the cast and crew yesterday, the producing team expressed their gratitude and touted the Wilmington Film community and its beautiful locations with all the area had to offer. At the end of season one, the ‘Six’ team still had high hopes of returning to the Port City, however, as the world changes so does the storyline. And with that, the location.

“It was our intent to return but the world has changed and with that change came a new direction for our story line.”

The members of the producing team went on to say how highly they speak of Wilmington and how exceptional the crew is. They truly want their paths to cross here in Wilmywood again.

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