The creators of award-winning migrant crisis series Exodus: Our Journey to Europe have been commissioned to make a follow-up series, which documents the lives of those who made it to Europe.
Exodus, broadcast in the summer of 2016, offered a rare glimpse into the daily realities of crossing Europe, by giving cameras to a few of the million people attempting the journey.
The new three-part series, as yet untitled, will explore what has happened to migrants since they arrived - from how well they are adapting to new cultural climates, to how their arrival is affecting the political mood in their communities.
It will check in with some of the protagonists from the first series, including 12-year-old Isra’a from Syria, Sadiq from Afghanistan and Alaigie from Gambia, as well as introducing new characters.
Through their eyes, viewers will witness the demolition of the Calais jungle, forced deportations and the rise of far-right political parties across the continent.
The series will also explore why, despite these obstacles, people still come.
“The migration crisis has become the biggest story of our generation,” said Will Anderson, Creative Director at KEO Films.
“We are delighted that BBC Two is continuing to encourage us to find new and engaging ways of telling it,” he said.
Patrick Holland, Channel Editor at BBC Two said: "Exodus was a series of tremendous power, engaging with one of the biggest stories of our age with exceptional filmmaking."
"I want BBC Two to be the home of documentaries that tackle the complexities of the world we live in."