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It’s November 12 and to The Newsroom fans that means something very special – season 2 filming for Aaron Sorkin’s HBO show has begun!

As we first reported back in August, The Newsroom star Emily Mortimer let slip that season 2 filming was set for November 12. This has now been confirmed by Mortimer’s co-star Olivia Munn who responded to a fan on Twitter.


The star of the show, Jeff Daniels, recently expressed his excitement about returning to work with his Newsroom cast-mates. Now actress Kelen Coleman, known for her portrayal of Lisa in the Don-Maggie-Jim-Lisa love-quadrangle, is getting in on the action.


Thomas Sadoski jumped onto Twitter to welcome the two newest members of the Newsroom family, Patton Oswalt and Rosemarie DeWitt (and on-screen girlfriend Alison Pill echoed his sentiments by re-tweeting). Details of their characters have already surfaced, just be aware of minor spoilers if you choose to read them.


Finally, Sadoski also confirmed the June 2013 release for The Newsroom season 2, which we reported earlier this year.


‘The Newsroom’ season 2

Two more guest stars have already been confirmed as returning for The Newsroom season 2. The first episode of season 2, the title of which is yet to be announced, will air on HBO in June 2013. The first spoilers for episode 2×01 and season 2 were recently released. If you’re looking for more season 2 hints, check out our Newsroom season 2 predictions, with stories ripped straight from the headlines.

To keep up-to-date on The Newsroom, look no further than Hypable’s Aaron Sorkin podcast, The Sorkin Series. Now that we are in The Newsroom off-season, the bi-weekly/fortnightly podcast is analyzing two episodes of The West Wing each show. Watch along with our hosts, subscribe on iTunes so you never miss an episode, and follow @SorkinSeries on Twitter for updates.

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