jon-hamm-daniel-radcliffe-young-doctors-notebook.jpg“A Young Doctor’s Notebook,” a British series that stars Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe, is getting a second season.

The four-part series debuted to good reviews last December on the Sky Arts channel in the U.K., as well as the largest audience in the channel’s history. Radcliffe stars as a young, morphine-addicted doctor working in a remote part of Russia in 1917; Hamm plays an older, sober version of the same character looking back on his past.

The series is based on stories by Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov; Mark Chappell and Shaun Pye (“The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret”) and Alan Connor adapted it.

The first season is scheduled to air on cable channel Ovation in December; Season 2 will debut in the U.K. later this year. 

Posted by:Rick Porter