From a media release:
APTN and Prairie Dog Film + Televisionâ€™s one-hour crime drama series,Â TRIBALÂ begins Season 2 production today in Calgary.
In SeasonÂ 2Â ofÂ TRIBAL, Chief Sam Woodburn and Detective Bukanskyâ€™s grisly discovery causes them to question who they can trust. Connie appoints a new leader of the Task Force as they try to uncover who is responsible for the â€œTombâ€, Indigenous bodies buried under a water treatment plant. An uprise of crime continues. A white poacher is found dead on a reserve. A hostage is taken into custody. Murders linked to ritualistic manners take place. Are the â€œStarlight Tours resurrectedâ€? Sam and Buke come face-to-face with the memory of Bukeâ€™s shooting. The divide escalates between the Metro and Tribal police departments, affecting Sam and Bukeâ€™s partnership.
TRIBALâ€™sÂ cast and crew return to set following health and safety protocols due to COVID-19.Â TRIBALâ€™s Showrunner Ron E. Scott shares, â€œIt has been an interesting journey. We are looking forward to getting back to shooting with our hard-working cast and crew. Season 2 includes new dimensional, ripped-from-the-headlines stories, including missing and murdered Indigenous people, police corruption and the effects of PTSD. We look forward to welcoming the new cast and crew to the series.â€
TRIBALâ€™sÂ award-winning cast returns including Jessica Matten (Frontier, Blackstone)Â and Brian Markinson (Mad Men, Unspeakable). The series will again feature the talented Garry Chalk, and Julian Black Antelope with new characters featuring Marci T. House, Stephen Huszar, Wesley French and Ashley Callingbull.
Filming will take place at various locations in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
TRIBALÂ is led by Executive Producer & Showrunner Ron E. Scott, Co-Executive Producer Janet Hamley, Co-Executive Producer Adam Frost, and produced by Scott Lepp. The series will broadcast in Canada on APTN.
TRIBALÂ is produced in association with APTN, in participation with the Canada Media Fund and the Rogers Cable Network Fund, with assistance from the Government of Alberta, the Screen-based Production Grant and the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit.