Rupert Grint’s “Sick Note” Gets Second Season
The first season hasn’t even aired yet, but Rupert Grint’s comedy series, Sick Note, has already had a second season commissioned for Sky Atlantic.
We haven’t learned much about the comedy series, which is due to air later this year, but we do know now that Rupert will play a character called Daniel Glass. Here’s some more about what to expect.
Daniel Glass [is] a compulsive liar stuck in a failing relationship and a dead-end job, who’s persecuted by his malicious boss, played by Miami Vice’s Don Johnson.
Nick Frost also stars as the incompetent doctor who misdiagnoses Daniel with oesophageal cancer and then aids him in the pretence of his illness, even though his patient’s life dramatically improves when everyone assumes he’s going to die.
Executive producer Jo Sargent spoke about the series when it was first announced.
Nat and James have done a brilliant job creating an enticing and funny hook, and I look forward to our stellar cast bringing their hilarious scripts to life.
The second season will begin filming in London shortly. Watch this space for more details about when the first season will air on Sky Atlantic in the UK. There is no news as to whether the series will air in the US yet. While you’re waiting to learn more about the series, you can learn about Rupert’s recent series, Snatch, here.
Will you be tuning into Sick Note? Are you looking forward to seeing Rupert in a comedy series?
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