Sky has renewed I hate Suzie, his comedy drama co-created by Succession writer Lucy Prebble and produced by Its dark materials Bad Wolf outfit.
Featured and co-created by the former Doctor Who actress Billie Piper, a second season will begin filming next year. Sky tweeted the announcement after the show was nominated for a Broadcasting Press Guild Award.
We are delighted to continue the adventure of Suzie Pickles. Filming begins in 2022. More news to come (our lips are sealed until then) @billiepiper @lucyprebblish @knighthallagent https://t.co/LWFrGKoiUG pic.twitter.com/OfiolblDMd
– Sky TV (@skytv) February 19, 2021
The eight-part series followed a famous woman (Piper) whose life is turned upside down when her phone is hacked and graphic images are released of her extramarital affair.
Each episode followed her through the stages of shock, denial, fear, shame, negotiation, guilt, anger and acceptance as Suzie and her best friend and manager Naomi try to keep their life, career and marriage together.
I hate Suzie was acquired by HBO Max in the United States. It is sold internationally by NBCUniversal Global Distribution on behalf of Sky Studios.