Lifetime has set a season 2 premiere date for the drama “Mary Kills People,” but fans still have a few more weeks of waiting. The first season was a tremendous success for the network, “Mary Kills People” follows an ER doctor who serves as an angel of death helping people die with dignity. If you need to set a reminder, the series is set to return on March 12, 2018 on Lifetime.

The series will join “UnREAL,” another one of Lifetime’s breakawway hits, as part of Lifetime’s premium scripted block. “UnREAL” debuts February 26 at 10pm, featuring a female suitress, while thriller “Mary Kills People” hits the air two weeks later.

Starring Caroline Dhavernas, Jay Ryan and Richard Short, the second season of Mary Kills People also features guest stars Rachelle Lefevre and Ian Lake. If you missed any of the first season, a full season one marathon of Mary Kills People will air on Lifetime Movies on Sunday, March 11.

Picking up eight months after Mary (Dhavernas) and Des (Short) framed Grady (Greg Bryk) for the deaths of their patients, Des is happy to reteam with Mary following his stint in prison, but Mary questions whether she was better off fighting the good fight without him. As they dive deeper and darker into their illegal work, a mysterious woman, Olivia Bloom (Lefevre), comes to them with a deadly request, unleashing a chain of events that unfolds throughout the season. Mary’s personal and professional lives come to a head when Ben (Ryan) returns, knee-deep in a complicated undercover case. Ben’s investigation will collide with Mary’s criminal descent, forcing Mary to decide whether to come clean once and for all.

Mary Kills People is produced by Entertainment One (eOne) and Cameron Pictures Inc., in association with Corus Entertainment. Tara Armstrong (Private Eyes) created the series and is the showrunner and an executive producer.

The series is executive produced by Tassie Cameron (Ten Days in the Valley, Rookie Blue), Amy Cameron (The Book of Negroes), Jocelyn Hamilton (Cardinal), and Tecca Crosby (Private Eyes), Morwyn Brebner (Rookie Blue) and Caroline Dhavernas (Hannibal). The series is directed by Kelly Makin, Norma Bailey, and David Wellington with Holly Dale as Co-Executive Producer. Writers on the second season are Tara Armstrong, Tassie Cameron, Morwyn Brebner, Lara Azzopardi and Marsha Greene. eOne controls the worldwide rights for the series.