The trailer for the second season of "The Tourist," starring County Down native Jamie Dornan, is here just after Netflix announced the drama will be available in the US on the streaming platform in February.

"Set against the striking backdrop of Ireland, the upcoming series sees Elliot (Jamie Dornan) and Helen (Danielle MacDonald) dragged into a longstanding feud and forced to deal with the consequences of his past actions," BBC said on December 15.

"After Elliot quickly goes missing, Helen seeks the help of Detective Ruairi Slater (Conor MacNeill), before secrets of Elliot’s past are later uncovered."

BBC says alongside MacNeill, series two of "The Tourist" introduces a raft of new characters including Niamh Cassidy, Diarmaid Murtagh, Nessa Matthews, Mark McKenna, and Francis Magee.

Series one of "The Tourist" was the UK’s most-watched drama of 2022 across all platforms, BBC says.

All episodes of "The Tourist" will be available on BBC iPlayer from January 1, before becoming available in the US on Netflix in February.

Co Down native Dornan stars in "The Tourist," created by Harry and Jack Williams, alongside Danielle Macdonald, Shalom Brune-Franklin, and Greg Larsen.

Netflix has acquired exclusive rights for the series outside the UK and Ireland after the first season of the show dropped off Max, HBO's streaming service, in September.

Netflix announced on December 14 that the first season of "The Tourist" will be available on the streaming platform in the US on February 1, 2024, while new episodes from season two of "The Tourist" will be available on February 29, 2024.

The Netflix premiere of "The Tourist" is the first time season two will be available in the US.

The Guardian says that the Irish plotline in the upcoming second season of "The Tourist" features "kidnappings, molotov cocktails and some ludicrous laugh-out-loud moments.

"Think balaclava-clad thugs hand-jiving to the Pretenders’ Brass in Pocket and what must be the funniest ever mid-fight joke about a high-street coffee chain.

"It is absolutely wild."