The 6x30mins comedy drama was one of US streaming service Hulu’s original slate of series announced earlier this year. It’s a coproduction between Hulu and UK pubcaster the BBC.
It follows a group of lowly office workers who get caught up in a criminal conspiracy.
The drama will head Worldwide’s scripted slate at the market, alongside Da Vinci’s Demons. It will have an its international premiere at a MIPTV screening event.
Israeli pay TV operator Yes has already picked up the drama, about a young Leonardo da Vinci, which is a coproduction with Starz. The US cable net will show it in the States.
Other Worldwide-distributed drama titles launching at MIPTV include Orphan Black, the new series for Worldwide’s US cable net BBC America about an orphan who witnesses the suicide of a woman who looks just like her.
A Young Doctor’s Notebook, the drama series about the early life of Russian playwright Mikhail Bulgakov and starring Daniel Radcliffe and John Hamm, will also make its market debut at MIPTV.