The Frankenstein Chronicles: Series 2 first aired in 2017.

No. Title Director Writer Airdate Prodcode Viewers
1 (7) Prodigal Son Alex Gabassi Michael Robert Johnson Template:Start date[1] TBA

John Marlott escapes from Bethlem Hospital looking to seek revenge on Lord Daniel Hervey. This does not go to plan.

2 (8) Not John Marlott Alex Gabassi Paul Tomalin Template:Start date[2] TBA

Marlott tries to fly under the radar by getting a position in local seamstress Esther's shop by using a psuedonym. He is convinced that someone is lying about the recent murders of local clergymen and sets to uncover the truth in his search for justice.

3 (9) Seeing the Dead Alex Gabassi Noel Farragher and Paul Tomalin Template:Start date[3] TBA

A local fever is sweeping the neighbourhood. Marlott believes that Lord Daniel Hervey is the root of this and that Billy Oates will lead him to the source of the problem.

4 (10) Little Boy Lost Alex Gabassi Colin Carberry, Glenn Patterson and Michael Robert Johnson Template:Start date[4] TBA

After meeting the excentric Frederick Dipple at a party to reveal his new Automaton creation, Marlott realises that his allies may be in greater danger than he originally thought.

5 (11) The Marriage of Heaven and Hell Alex Gabassi Paul Tomalin Template:Start date[5] TBA

Armed with new information, Marlott is led to a suspiciously deserted tower. Is he ready for the darkness he encounters within?

6 (12) Bride of Frankenstein Alex Gabassi Michael Robert Johnson Template:Start date[6] TBA

With the police closing in, Marlott needs to pull out all the stops to help Esther escape from Dipple and Hervey, and in doing so, turn his fortunes around.


  1. "Episode 1 - Prodigal Son". Retrieved 27 October 2017. 
  2. "Episode 2 - Not John Marlott". Retrieved 27 October 2017. 
  3. "Episode 3 - Seeing the Dead". Retrieved 1 November 2017. 
  4. "Episode 4 - Little Boy Lost". Retrieved 6 November 2017. 
  5. "Episode 5 - The Marriage of Heaven and Hell". Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  6. "Episode 6 - Bride of Frankenstein". Retrieved 14 November 2017. 
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