Gear up for Regiment Diaries Season 2 on EPIC channel

The 6-episode season provides insights into army regimental centers where soldiers ⁠— both serving and retired — share their life experiences from times of peace and war

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Sep 17, 2019 2:27 PM
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EPIC Channel has announced the second season for its marquee show ‘Regiment Diaries’. Season one of the TV series took viewers behind the heavily guarded gates of thirteen army regimental centers where soldiers ⁠— both serving, and retired, shared their life experiences from times of peace and war.

Following the overwhelming response for season one, EPIC Channel is all set to bring back the second season of Regiment Diaries.

Season two will continue the narrative of the Indian army from where it left off in Season 1 and bring timeless tales to warm the heart.

It will profile the Parachute Regiment, Kumaon Regiment, Bihar Regiment, Mahar Regiment, Gorkha Regiment, and Jammu and Kashmir Rifles.

The 6-episode season provides insights into their training, lineage, legacy, and all that goes into turning a civilian into a soldier.

Season one showcased stories from Jat Regiment, Madras Regiment, The Grenadiers, Mechanised Infantry, Madras Engineers Group, Brigade Of The Guards, Rajputana Rifles, The Garhwal Rifles, Dogra Regiment, Punjab Regiment, Maratha Light Infantry, Sikh Regiment and Rajput Regiment.

Regiment Diaries season one airs on EPIC TV and is also available to view on demand on EPIC On, and Netflix India.

Samar Khan, Series Creative Director, Regiment Diaries, said, “I have always been fascinated by the stories of life inside army cantonments and wished to open a window into the lives of our soldiers. Their way of living and their ecosystem is unknown to people and it has been my dream to bring to people, the unseen side of the army, their traditions and rich history. As a team, the appreciation Season 1 received fills us with immense pride and we are excited to present a second season.”

Commenting on the success of the series and the upcoming season, Akul Tripathi, Head -Content and Programming, EPIC Channel, said, “The encouragement and support for stories about India encourages us to bring more of them to our viewers’ screens. The Indian Army is the embodiment of the very best traditions of its regiments, and it is an honour to chronicle their history.”

The shoot for the series is in progress, and it is scheduled to air in October.

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