David Tennant’s Around The World In 80 Days To Return For Second Season

It hasn’t even premiered yet, but the upcoming series adaptation of Jules Verne’s Around The World In 80 Days, starring David Tennant, will be returning for a second season.

Producers Slim Film + Television and Federation Entertainment have confirmed the news to Deadline and also announced that they are working on another adaptation of a Verne classic, Journey to the Centre of the Earth.

Both series will be produced by Simon Crawford Collins for Slim Film + Television and Lionel Uzan for Federation, with Ashley Pharoah showrunning.

The first season of Around The World In 80 Days, also starring Ibrahim Koma and Leonie Benesch, is set to air on BBC One in the UK and Masterpiece PBS in the U.S. Further broadcasters include France Télévisions, ZDF, RAI (the European Alliance), and RTBF.

The second season will again see Phileas Fogg , played by David, and his team take another perilous challenge to traverse the globe. Deals have not been completed yet but the primary cast is expected to return.


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