Virgin Media says it’ll add the second series of Good Behavior to its box set service on Monday 16 October, in line with the show’s US premiere.
The first series launched last month, adding to the cable firm’s thin offering of exclusive of content which, with just seven titles, lags significantly behind Sky and BT’s offerings.
Virgin’s other titles are Ash vs Evil Dead, Kingdom, Magic City, Billy & Billie, Full Circle and Imposters.
The shows are intended to compete with its rivals’ exclusive channels Sky Atlantic, home to hits such as WestWorld, The Young Pope, Ray Donovan, Billions and Game of Thrones, and BT’s AMC which boasts Fear The Walking Dead, Pierce Brosnan’s The Son, Into The Badlands, and, soon, the Rupert Grint crime drama Snatch and The Terror, an adaption of Dan Simmons’s bestselling novel.
Virgin launched its boxset service after failing to invest in content for years, giving its rivals a major boost in a market in which exclusivity is increasingly key to attracting and retaining customers.
A new episode from Good Behavior series two will be available on the Virgin TV platform every Monday for 10 weeks.
Michelle Dockery returns as thief and con artist Letty Raines, alongside Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus and Joey Kern.
Whilst the first season centres around Letty, her past, her love interest with Javier (Botto) and her quest to reunite with her son Jacob, the second season sees Letty and Javier try to create a normal life for themselves and Jacob.
However, the sweet taste of normality slowly fades as Letty goes from bad at being good… to good at being bad.
A new episode from series two will be available on the Virgin TV platform every Monday for 10 weeks and is available on demand through the Virgin TV V6 or TiVo boxes as well as on mobile devices through the Virgin TV Anywhere app.