ITV2 has scooped exclusive first broadcast rights to The Great Indoors, CBS Studios’ new comedy series starring Stephen Fry and Joel McHale.
The broadcaster is inviting outside production companies to bid to produce the series on its behalf, but stresses that it will retain ownership of all copyright and intellectual property associated with them.
The show was created by The Bridge’s Hans Rosenfeldt and attracted almost 9.2m viewers for its debut episode.
A 15-episode police procedural, Halcyon centres on Blake Creighton (Michael Therriault) the CEO of the world’s leading Virtual Reality company who is found dead, presumed murdered.
The release contains all 23 episodes which pick up from the dramatic close of the first season and pitch Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) and pals against their toughest foe yet.
Set in a coastal town in tropical South India, The Good Karma Hospital tells the story of British-Asian junior doctor Ruby Walker (Acharia), who arrives at the run-down Good Karma Hospital to join a dedicated team of over-worked medics.
The show ran for five series between 1998 and 2003 and also starred Helen Baxendale whose character Rachel died during the final series.