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Stan Lee's Lucky Man is to return for a second series on Sky 1 on February 24th.

The ten-part crime drama, starring James Nesbitt as Detective Inspector Harry Clayton, concluded last March after establishing itself as the highest-rated original drama series in Sky 1's history.

With an average cumulative audience of 1.9 million, Stan Lee's Lucky Man has also consistently been Sky's 1's most watched programme on streaming service NOW TV.

The show has hooked viewers by combining a crime story with elements of fantasy, as Nesbitt's character wears an ancient bracelet that endows the wearer with immense luck.

This gives him an edge in the cases he investigates, but also makes him a target for those who want the bracelet's power for themselves.

Nesbitt leads an exemplary cast, which includes Eve Best, Sienna Guillory, Amara Karan, Steven Mackintosh and Darren Boyd.

The cast also has a new addition this year, with Thekla Reuten starring as Isabella, a character described as "a mysterious temptress" with "more than a passing interest in DI Harry Clayton and the ancient bracelet that appears to bestow him with good fortune".

Lee, the legendary comic book writer who co-created the show, has already promised that season two will offer a "terrific new ride with Harry and the gang".

Sky customers who may have missed the first series can view every episode on demand or via Sky Go, as well as on NOW TV.

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