Clancy Once Again

By November 8, 2018Movies

Clancy Once Again

The sequel to Kelly’s Filmworks’ 2008 film, “Clancy”.

Saturday November 17 • 9pm US Eastern, 21:00 UK
Sunday November 18 • 5:30pm US Eastern, 17:30 UK


Clancy Once Again

In this sequel to the 2008 film, “Clancy”, we join the lives of Nick, Walter, Avery, Chief Payne, Kelly, and a few new players nearly a decade after the original story left off.

TV Airings:
Saturday November 17, 2018
9pm US Eastern, 21:00 UK

Sunday November 18, 2018
5:30pm US Eastern, 17:30 UK


Clancy Once Again

Though Clancy Miller was an abused runaway who suffered much heartbreak, her inspiring faith helped change the life of a temperamental homeless Gulf War veteran named Nick. But just how impactful that change was will be revealed in the Clancy sequel, Clancy Once Again.

The two originally crossed paths in the streets of a small city after Clancy ran away from home to escape being taken into foster care by social workers. The 12-year-old prayed for a guardian angel, but this guardian angel was like no other. Nick was homeless, ill-tempered and grouchy. But regardless of the “bad boy” tough shell, Nick found himself protecting Clancy from the schemes of a crooked mayor who wanted to use her disappearance as a way to secure his re-election.

Though Nick was offered a pretty big payoff if he could uphold his part of the mayor’s plan by keeping Clancy out of the public eye until the night before elections, a series of unexpected happenings increased the tension.

Fleeing heightening and death threatening pressures, Nick took the young girl out of the city and into the countryside where an unusual friendship between the two of them started to develop.

Clancy’s faith in God inspired the once hard-hearted veteran in an unforgettable way in the original film. Viewers will be able to see just how much that change impacted his life in the sequel, Clancy Once Again, as filmmaker Jefferson Moore gives an update on the lives of Nick, Avery, Chief Payne and Kelly the social worker.

In what the screenwriter describes as “a 90-minute alternate ending,” a few new faces are introduced and viewers get to see how everyone’s story continues nearly a decade later.