Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his established team of deception experts at The Lightman Group return to US screens for Lie To Me's second season next week.
The first episode of season two, titled 'The Core of It', focuses on a murder case in which a woman who suffers from multiple personalities (guest star Erika Christensen) could either be a witness or the killer, while the government calls on the team to interrogate a potential Supreme Court nominee.
In the new season Mekhi Phifer - who plays FBI agent Ben Reynolds - has been promoted to a series regular.
The producers of the show promise to keep the attantion of the audience, pleasing it with independent but ever fascinating plot of the series.
Fans of the film will witness the development of remance between the main heroes, but how far will it go - won't be revealed for some time yet.
First episode sheduled on 28th of September.
The report was prepared with the assistance of Digital Spy.
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