Based around a crime fighting duo and an experimental A.I. project set in the near future, the first series of the comedy - which is currently airing on Sky One on Wednesday nights - has proved to be "a breakout hit with audiences", the channel says.
They explain: "Code 404 launched on Sky One and streaming service NOW TV on 29th April with a cumulative seven-day audience of 1.9m viewers for the opening episode, making it Sky's biggest comedy launch in eight years. The show is also Sky's fastest-binged original comedy box set ever, with over 360,000 viewers watching the whole six-episode series before Episode 2 aired on linear television."
The first series is now set to be shown in countries around the world. It'll be published on Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streaming service, in the USA; with other countries - including Russia and South Korea - also buying broadcast rights.
John Major had it all: wife, best friend, glittering career in the police force... when his cover was blown and he met an untimely death. One year later, he's back - part AI and better than ever... or so he'd like to believe. Full of glitches, he's got to track down the person who shot him, prove himself as a cop so as not to get shut down, save his marriage and his friendship with his partner to boot.
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