Amita Suman: The Outpost Season 2 (The CW Network)

Date - 19 March, 2019, All News Television

Amita has been announced as new series lead regular Naya in the second season of The CW Networks’ The Outpost.

The supernatural TV series centres on Talon (Jessica Green), the lone survivor of the “Blackbloods” race. When she was still a child, a ruthless mercenary gang slaughtered her entire village. Now that she has come of age, Talon decides to track her family’s murderers, all the way to a harsh and unruly fortress, at the edge of civilization. Along the way, she discovers she has a mysterious power, but she has to learn to keep it in check, if she’s going to save herself and the world.

Devlin and Glassner executive produce the series along with Electric Entertainment’s Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan-Wilson, and Arrowstorm Entertainment’s Jason Faller and Kynan Griffin. The series is due to air on The CW Network in Summer 2019


Amita was born in Nepal and moved to the UK at aged 7. She trained at ALRA, graduating in 2018. Since graduating she has worked with companies such as the BBC and Channel 4. Most recently she worked with The CW Network and Arrowstorm Entertainment on the second season of the fantasy-adventure series, The Outpost, playing series regular Naya. She plays Umbreen in Season 11 of Doctor Who and was mentioned by Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall in an interview with the Radio Times as "one of his most anticipated characters of the new series.” Other screen roles include; Nina in Casualty (BBC) and Sameera in series 2 of popular Channel 4 drama Ackley Bridge.

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