Film crews have descended on Hitchin and Letchworth to shoot scenes for what is thought to be the second series of a popular ITV series.

Tell Me Everything is an ITV teen drama set in Welwyn Garden City, and the first series premiered on ITVX in December last year.

Now, camera crews have been spotted in Hitchin and Letchworth filming.

North Herts Council confirmed that filming has been taking place at Windmill Hill in Hitchin, and at Broadway Gardens and Mooboo Bubble Tea in Letchworth.

Broadway Gardens looks set to return after appearing in the first series too. Carla Woodcock, who played Zia, said at the time: "There was a day where we had to run into the fountain. That was fun until we got into the fountain.

The Comet: Lauryn Ajufo as Neve and Spike Fearn as Louis in the first series of ITVX's Tell Me Everything.Lauryn Ajufo as Neve and Spike Fearn as Louis in the first series of ITVX's Tell Me Everything. (Image: ITVX / Drama Republic)

"I didn’t realise quite how cold the fountain was going to be. It was freezing! That was not the most fun. Luckily we only needed a few takes."

The first series of Tell Me Everything launched on ITVX in December 2022, before coming to linear television on ITV2 in June this year.

North Herts Council recently launched its #LightsCameraNorthHerts scheme, and is hoping to encourage more production companies to choose the area as a filming location.

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North Herts has featured in a number of films and series, such as My Policeman, Dr Foster, and The World's End.

Cllr Keith Hoskins, North Herts Council’s executive member for enterprise and arts, said: "Being a film-friendly council is about maximising the benefits of bringing productions to the district and making it a positive experience for everyone involved.

"The economic and tourism benefits of a production filming in our area and the jobs it can create for local crews, as well as local businesses across the supply chain, is something we don't want North Herts to miss out on."