| 11 May (2014-05-11) – 13 July 2014 (2014-07-13); 13 September 2015 (2015-09-13)|
The second season of the Seven Network television series A Place to Call Home premiered on 11 May 2014 and concluded on 13 July 2014. The original ending for the second season will air for the first time on 13 September 2015 on SoHo.
A Place to Call Home (season 2) Wikipedia
On 15 July 2013, Channel Seven released an announcement with confirmed that A Place to Call Home had been commissioned for a second season, set to air in May 2014. Brad Lyons, the Director of Network Production at Seven stated, "A Place to Call Home has showcased drama on a scale never seen before on Australian television. It's pleasing to see such an ambitious production receive the acclaim it deserves."
Pre-production for season 2 began in August 2013. Filming for the second season began in September 2013 and wrapped in December 2013.
In June 2014, Glen Williams from TV Week reported that Channel Seven had passed on the option to renew the series and had recently told the cast and crew they would not be required for a third season. Due to this, the last episode of season two had to be hastily rewritten and filmed to accommodate the cancellation and tie up any loose storylines. However, on 25 October 2014, it was announced the show was to be revived by Foxtel for at least two more seasons. Due to the revival, it has been announced the original ending will air to give the original lead-in to season three.
Amy Polson was originally played by Krew Boylan, however due to scheduling issues, the role is now played by Amy Mathews. Sara Wiseman and Matt Levett, who portray Carolyn Bligh and Andrew Swanson respectively, have both been promoted to the main cast. Jenni Baird and Deborah Kennedy, who portray Regina Standish and Doris Collins respectively, will both return for season two.