International Broadcasters pick up Radcliffe’s “A Young Doctor’s Notebook”

The Sky miniseries A Young Doctor’s Notebook, starring Daniel Radcliffe has recently been picked up by several international networks. The series aired in the UK back in December, but now fans in other parts of the world will also get a chance to watch the comedy drama. So far, the series has been picked up by HBO Latin America, RTL Passion in Germany, and Yes in Israel, and it is expected that more international networks will soon follow.

Radcliffe says of his work on the project:

“I’m immensely proud of A Young Doctor’s Notebook – I’m a Mikhail Bulgakov obsessive – and this is one of the most interesting and original projects I’ve had the pleasure to work on. To hear that the series is travelling far and wide makes it all the more valuable to me.”

Read the report on the series’ pick up from Television Business International here and you check out MuggleNet’s earlier report on A Young Doctor’s Notebook – including the trailer! – here.

Did you watch the series when it aired in the U.K.? Were you impressed by Radcliffe’s performance? Will you get the chance to watch the show now that it has been picked up internationally? Let us know in the comments below!

Jessica J.

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