If you heard your friends overseas talking about Bloods, a British medical comedy series, get ready because you’re about to know what all the fuss is about. Hulu has acquired the series and subscribers will be able to press play on Season 1 in early December. The story follows a group of paramedics who are not always on their best behavior but constantly put their differences aside to save lives.
Bloods aired originally on Sky, and now Hulu has acquired the title for a multi-season deal, meaning the streamer will be the series’ exclusive home overseas for at least a while. The acclaimed first season, consisting of 8 episodes, will become available to stream on Hulu starting December 9.
The series stars BAFTA nominees Samson Kayo and Jane Horrocks, who play the two main paramedics whose personalities clash but ultimately start rooting for each other and make a great team. The additional cast features Lucy Punch (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Julian Barratt (Truth Seekers), Adrian Scarborough (Killing Eve), Aasiya Shah (Raised by Wolves), Kevin Garry (Ted Lasso), and Sam Campbell (Stath Lets Flats).
Meanwhile, Season 2 has started production in London, and 10 episodes have been ordered for the Sky Original. Principal photography started this week and filming will take place in a studio in North London and on location in South London. Season 2 will also debut on Hulu in the U.S., but the streamer hasn’t disclosed if the new season will air simultaneously with the British broadcast.
Bloods was created by Kayo with Nathan Bryon, who also wrote for the kid’s show Apple Tree Yard and starred on Ghosts, a hit comedy that was recently adapted for American television by CBS. Bloods is also written by Paul Doolan, who created the long-running Sky series Trollied.
Hulu premieres Season 1 of Bloods on December 9. You can watch a trailer below:
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