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It aired on BBC One from September to October 2018, and on ABC from January to February 2019.In September 2018, the Old Vic theatre in London's West End announced that Coleman had joined the cast of a production of All My Sons, which ran from April 13 to June 8, 2019 In a interview with Graham Norton on his BBC Radio 2 program, Coleman indicated her intent to return to Victoria for a fourth series should it be renewed by ITV, but stated that the show will be taking "a bit of a breather" before production resumes.She also landed the part of Annie Desmond in Julian Fellowes' four part mini-series Titanic, describing her character as a "cheeky little Cockney" and "the Eliza Doolittle of the ship".Coleman provided the voice for the character Melia in the English dub of the 2011 video game Xenoblade Chronicles.Coleman went on to play "hard girl" Lindsay James in the BBC school-based drama series Waterloo Road (2009), Susan Brown in a BBC Four television adaptation of the John Braine novel Room at the Top (2012), Annie Desmond in Julian Fellowes' four part mini-series Titanic (2012) and Rosie in Stephen Poliakoff's original drama series Dancing on the Edge (2013).She appeared as Lydia Wickham in the BBC drama miniseries Death Comes to Pemberley (2013) and as Katrina Clark in the romance film Me Before You (2016).
Coleman subsequently debuted as a series regular in the Christmas special episode "The Snowmen" as Victorian governess and barmaid Clara Oswin Oswald; like Oswin Oswald, she died.
The dispute was resolved by 2012, and the show aired in two parts on 26 and 27 September 2012.
In 2011, she made her feature film debut in Captain America: The First Avenger.
In 2018, she starred in the BBC series The Cry as Joanna Lindsay.
She has stated that she regrets not having a conventional university experience.
In an interview with The Radio Times in 2015, she revealed that her grandmother had named her Jenna after the character of Jenna Wade played by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley in the 80s American TV drama series Dallas.