'Stan Lee's Lucky Man' is coming back for a second series on Sky 1.
The 10-part first series came to a close on Friday night, and was the channel's highest-rated original drama series ever. The average cumulative audience was 1.9 million.
James Nesbitt will return in his role as Detective Inspector Clayton, struggling to control his compulsions in the battle between good and bad luck.
The series was co-created by Stan Lee, the legendary comic book writer behind Spider-Man, the Hulk, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and the X-Men, among others.
Lee said in a statement: "What a thrill it is that Lucky Man's coming back for another sensational season! It's going to be a terrific new ride with Harry and the gang, where fortune smiles on those who catch my king-sized cameo in season two!"
Nesbitt continued the luck jokes.
"They say you make your own luck and I'm pleased to say that in this case we did!" he said. "I'm delighted that Lucky Man was so popular with viewers and look forward to being back on Sky 1 in 2017."
The show will again be made by production company Carnival Films.