18 Jan 2017 10:33 AM +00:00 UTC

Stan Lee’s Lucky Man is Coming to the US

Just as a second season has been confirmed to run in Sky this year, Stan Lee's Lucky Man will finally arrive in the US and Canada.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the British crime show will be available via iTunes, a great way to anticipate that second season's debut.

For those who are unfamiliar with the show, Lucky Man is not your average crime show in that protagonist Harry Clayton, a murder detective, stumbles upon a charm that pretty much changes how he deals with things.

Unlike the rest of Stan Lee's characters with mutations or superpowers, the magical charm allows him to control lady luck.

"Lucky Man is a different kind of crime show—Stan has come up with an absolutely brilliant idea; a superhero we can all relate to. What if you could control luck? Would that be the greatest thing you could give someone, or their worst nightmare? It's a twist which brings the whole superhero genre right back down to earth, which we hope will appeal to the Lucky Man audience."

Creator Stan Lee had shared that he was fascinated with the idea of luck, so Clayton's story may have some thrillingly profound way of keeping that at the center of the story.

Lucky Man stars James Nesbitt as Clayton, with Richard Fell and Gareth Neame as executive producers for Carnival Films, and Anne Mensah and Anna Ferguson as EPs for Sky.

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