The second series of Spirited, an Australian drama television series, aired on 20 July 2011. The season concluded after 10 episodes.
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Original release||20 July 2011|
Spirited follows dentist Suzy Darling (Claudia Karvan), who walks away from a loveless marriage and into an old apartment block that is inhabited by the ghost of a 1980s English rock star Henry Mallet (Matt King). Suzy had been married to husband Steve Darling (Rodger Corser) for 15 years and they have two children son Elvis (Louis Fowler), 13, and daughter Verity (Charlie Hancock), 8. Belinda Bromilow also stars as Suzy's sister Jonquil.
- Claudia Karvan as Suzy Darling
- Matt King as Henry Mallet
- Rodger Corser as Steve Darling
- Belinda Bromilow as Jonquil Payne
- Angus Sampson as Zac Hannigan
- Louis Fowler as Elvis Darling
- Charlie Hancock as Verity Darling
- Simon Lyndon as Darren Bonney
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|9||1||"Changes"||Stuart McDonald||Jacquelin Perske||20 July 2011|
|Henry Mallet returns to the Elysian with a group of new ghosts whose fun and games create trouble for Suzy's personal and professional life.|
|10||2||"Time After Time"||Stuart McDonald||Jacquelin Perske||27 July 2011|
|Henry's attempts at trying to remedy the ghost situation hits a snag and Potter the cat goes to some extraordinary lengths to help him put things right.|
|11||3||"Alone with You"||Michael James Rowland||Tony McNamara||3 August 2011|
|Suzy finds herself the object of a new, powerful and charismatic ghost's attention but his designs on her prove more sinister than sexy when his shocking past is exposed.|
|12||4||"Blood Sugar Sex Magik"||Michael James Rowland||Jacquelin Perske & Lally Katz||10 August 2011|
|Henry accidentally possesses Zac and rediscovers the sensuous joys of a living, breathing body, including cheese, smoking, beer and, hopefully, sex.|
|13||5||"Sweet Child O'Mine"||Jonathan Teplitzky||Tony McNamara||17 August 2011|
|Suzy and Henry try internet dating to find a suitable candidate for Henry to possess. Meanwhile, Jonquil must cope with the return of her adored, long lost mother.|
|14||6||"If You See Her, Say Hello"||Jonathan Teplitzky||Alice Bell||24 August 2011|
|Henry is unconcerned that ghosts are disappearing but that is until they realise Rita's pretty new friend is getting a thrill from 'liberating' spirits.|
|15||7||"Dancing in the Dark"||Jonathan Brough||Jessica Redenbach||31 August 2011|
|Suzy discovers she has more in common with her long lost mother than she could have imagined, which leads to an astonishing revelation for Suzy and Henry.|
|16||8||"The Real Thing"||Jonathan Brough||Tommy Murphy||7 September 2011|
|An elderly, flesh and blood Henry Mallet turns up on Zac's doorstep, claiming he never died.|
|17||9||"Yesterday's Hero"||Rowan Woods||Ian Meadows||14 September 2011|
|When Zac gets busy consulting on the biopic of Henry's life, Jonquil is inspired to host a 'healing ceremony' for the King's victims, but it comes with unexpected results.|
|18||10||"I'll Close My Eyes"||Rowan Woods||Jacquelin Perske||21 September 2011|
|Henry's world crumbles when he and Suzy learn The Elysian must be demolished. The two are forced to extreme lengths to save Henry from going down with it.|
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