The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency will return to screens next year as a six-part series, the BBC has announced.Read the whole article, here.
A feature-length TV pilot, directed by the late Anthony Minghella, aired in March to impressive ratings and positive reviews from critics.
Based on Alexander McCall-Smith's bestselling novels, the 60-minute episodes will follow the adventures of Botswana's only female detective Mma Ramotswe.
Jill Scott, Anika Noni Rose, Desmond Dube and Lucian Msamati will reprise their roles from the TV pilot. Survivors star Paterson Joseph is a new addition to the cast as Cephas Buthelezi, a rival detective to Mma Ramotswe.
Earlier on in the year it was reported that 13 hour-long episodes had been requested by HBO with the BBC having the UK distribution.