The first episode attracted a cumulative audience of 1.377 million, making it the biggest sitcom launch on Sky One for six years. It gained more than 230,000 views through Sky Go and streaming service NOW TV.
Produced by Ben Cavey and Pippa Brown, Sky tease: "Series 2 will see Barnaby and Nina back with a bang - quite literally - ready for more adventures and scrapes in the second instalment of this hit show."
Freddy Syborn, a long-time friend and collaborator with whom Whitehall also wrote Bad Education, will return to co-write Series 2. Further details have yet to be confirmed, but all other key cast members are likely to return.
Broadcasting on Wednesdays, the penultimate episode of Series 1 will be shown on Sky One tomorrow evening (Wednesday 22nd November). The series DVD is now available to pre-order ahead of a scheduled release date in January.
When Wimbledon-born Barnaby (Whitehall) discovers his father (Robert Lindsay) is hospitalised following a mysterious accident, he decides he is the man to solve the family's cash-strapped antiques business. However, when he unwittingly buys a blood antiquity, looted from the war-torn Middle East, he sets off a chain of events which sees his hitherto calm and peaceful life plunged into chaos.
But help comes in the shape of bounty hunter Nina Morales (Rosie Perez), who is on the run after accidentally killing a member of a cartel.
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