Sky Atlantic's drama 'The Tunnel' will get a second series, Sky has confirmed.
Called 'The Tunnel 2: Debris', the fresh run of episodes reunite seasoned British detective Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) and his French counterpart Elise Wasserman (Clemence Poesy).
The series certainly starts with a bang, when a passenger plane crashes into the English Channel killing everyone on board, and the duo are sent to investigate.
Their previous case saw them on the hunt for a serial killer who left the upper half body of a French politician and the lower half of a British prostitute in the Channel Tunnel.
It's a British-French production, which was the work of Sky and Canal Plus, is adapted from a Danish/Swedish crime series called 'The Bridge'.
"Boasting fantastic nuanced performances by Clemence Poesy and Stephen Dillane and a totally gripping story, it is easy to see why the first series of this crime thriller struck a real chord with Sky Atlantic viewers," Zai bennett, director of Sky Atlantic, said in a statement.
"'The Tunnel 2: Debris' reunites the acting tour-de-force with world-class writing and production teams, ensuring this new original series will have customers on the edge of their seats once more."
There's no word on when the second series will air.