AUSTRALIA’S ‘The Big Sick’ will return for a second season on September 25.
The comedy series, which stars Matthew LeBlanc, has been described as a ‘perfect blend of comedic timing and genuine medical expertise’, and stars LeBlanchy as the ‘doctor’.
The first season, which aired in 2017, featured a series of patient encounters with ‘Doctor X’ and featured some of the series’ most memorable moments, including when LeBlanche’s character Dr Andrew Ritchie and his colleague Dr Alan Ritchie were forced to go to the doctor’s office after suffering a seizure.
The new season will see the trio return to their original roles and a new story will be told in the vein of the ‘Big Sick’ episodes.
The original series ran for two seasons on Fox, with the fourth season returning to air in 2019.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has said that the third season will feature a new storyline.ABC News has contacted ABC for comment.