Holt McCallany and Ben Daniels join Lee Pace in Foundation season 2

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Foundation season 2 has announced a host of new cast additions, including Mindhunter's Holt McCallany and The Crown's Ben Daniels.

The Apple TV+ sci-fi series, which made its debut last year, has also dropped a first look at the new episodes, showing Lee Pace and Jared Harris in a tense exchange.

Take a look below:

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McCallany, who plays Bill Tench on Mindhunter, joins the cast as Warden Jaegger Fount, the current Warden of Terminus and the guardian of its citizens.

Ben Daniels – aka Antony Armstrong-Jones in The Crown season 3 – takes on the role of Bel Roise, who is the last great general of the Superliminal Fleet and would-be conqueror of the Foundation.

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Other new additions include Mikael Persbrandt (Sex Education) as The Warlord of Kalgan, Isabella Laughland (Harry Potter) as Brother Constant and Sandra Yi Sencindiver (The Wheel of Time) as Enjoiner Rue.

Also on board are Ella-Rae Smith (The Stranger) as Queen Sareth, Kulvinder Ghir (Black Narcissus) as Poly Verisof, Dimitri Leonidas (Riviera) as Hober Mallow, Rachel House (What If…?) as Tellem Bond, and Nimrat Kaur (The Lunchbox) as Yanna Seldon.

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Photo credit: BBC

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Alongside Pace and Harris, the likes of Lou Llobell and Leah Harvey will also be back for season 2 of the series.

Harvey previously opened up about the dramatic season 1 finale, which saw her character Salvor Hardin discover that Gaal Dornick and Raych Foss are her biological parents, and we also learn that she has psychic abilities.

Foundation season one is streaming now on Apple TV+. Season two's release date is yet to be confirmed.

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