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In The Flesh is to return for a second series on BBC Three.

Following on from an initial three-part run, the new series is expected to be comprised of five or six hour-long episodes, according to Broadcast.

The offbeat zombie drama stars Luke Newberry as Kieran Walker - a 'Partially Deceased Syndrome' sufferer who returns to his home town of Roarton following an undead outbreak.

"In The Flesh was a fantastically original and engaging drama for BBC Three," said channel controller Zai Bennett.

"I'm delighted [series creator] Dominic [Mitchell] and the team will be able to tell more stories from the riveting characters and engaging world they created."

Ahead of the show's premiere in March, writer Mitchell revealed that he had penned a 'series bible' outlining future series of In The Flesh.

"We wanted [series one] to have a really good resolution," he explained. "But there are doors

open and I've got this bible, which weighs about 50 tons!"

Filming on series two of In The Flesh will begin later this year and will air on BBC Three in 2014.


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