Lindsay Lohan Joins Season 2 Of Comedy ‘Sick Note’ | TV News
Lindsay Lohan has joined the second season of Sick Note, a UK comedy that stars Rupert Grint, Nick Frost and Don Johnson. The first season has yet to air and is set to premiere in the autumn, but a second season has already been commissioned and is currently shooting.
The show follows Grint’s Daniel Glass, a compulsive liar stuck in a failing relationship and a dead-end insurance job who mistakenly gets diagnosed with a terminal illness by his incompetent doctor. Lohan will play the daughter of Johnson’s hard-nosed boss.
The show is created and written by Nat Saunders and James Serafinowicz, with Matt Lipsey directing. It was originally set to air on Sky Atlantic, but was moved to Sky1 as a part of their edgier, grown-up comedies set to occupy their 10pm slot.
It will be joined by Bliss, a show created by David Cross and starring Stephen Mangan and Heather Graham, and action-comedy Bounty Hunters from Jack Whitehall and Freddy Syborn.
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