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Sky Living is bringing two US series to British viewers: 'Limitless' and 'The Catch'.

'Limitless' is based on the 2011 film of the same name. The film starred Bradley Cooper as Eddie Morra, a struggling writer who takes a mysterious pill that enables him to access 100 per cent of his brain abilities. It also starred Robert De Niro.

The series stars Jake McDorman as Brian Finch and Jennifer Carpenter as Agent Rebecca Harris. It sees Finch strong-armed into using his new-found powers to solve cases for the FBI.

Bradley Cooper reprises his role from the film in the pilot episode, and will appear sporadically throughout the series.

'The Catch' stars Mireille Enos as fraud investigator Alice Martin. She discovers she's about to be conned by her husband, though she has her own secrets. A complex game of cat and mouse ensues.

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"At Sky Living, we know how passionate our customers are about new shows because they tell us how much they love them," said Sky Living director Julia Barry. "So we're giving them even more.

"With these brilliant new series, we're adding some of the most talked-about, 'can't look away' TV to our already fantastic line-up of the biggest US network hits, really cementing Sky Living's reputation as the home of the most engrossing addictive drama out there."

The channel recently picked up the rights to crime drama 'Blindspot'.

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