Stan Original series Bump picked up by the BBC

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    Stan Original series Bump picked up by the BBC – after the comedy drama starring Claudia Karvan delivered record numbers for the Australian streaming platform


    Stan Original series Bump is making waves overseas. 

    The comedy-drama has been picked up by the BBC in the United Kingdom and will be distributed by ITV Studios for BBC One and iPlayer.

    The British network will screen the first season, which features ten episodes which are thirty minutes long each. 

    Doing well: Stan Original series Bump is making waves overseas. The comedy-drama has been picked up by the BBC in the United Kingdom and will be distributed on BBC One and iPlayer. Pictured: Claudia Karvan (right) with Angus Sampson (left) and Nathalie Morris (centre)

    Doing well: Stan Original series Bump is making waves overseas. The comedy-drama has been picked up by the BBC in the United Kingdom and will be distributed on BBC One and iPlayer. Pictured: Claudia Karvan (right) with Angus Sampson (left) and Nathalie Morris (centre) 

    Sue Deeks, Head of Programme Acquisition, said in a statement: ‘Bump is a funny, quirky, keenly observed dramedy that takes a fresh and frank look at embracing the unexpected. 

    ‘Viewers will really enjoy getting to know Oly and her loving but complicated relationships with family and friends’.

    It comes after the series did amazing numbers for Stan in Australia and was renewed for a second season in record time.

    Baby: Season one of Bump followed the story of schoolgirl Oly (Nathalie Morris), who chooses to continue her senior year of high school with her baby daughter accompanying her. Pictured with Carlos Sanson, who plays Santi

    Baby: Season one of Bump followed the story of schoolgirl Oly (Nathalie Morris), who chooses to continue her senior year of high school with her baby daughter accompanying her. Pictured with Carlos Sanson, who plays Santi

    Just days after its premiere on January 1, Stan Original series Bump had already received huge numbers for an Australian show launching on a streaming platform. 

    Claudia Karvan, who stars in and produced the series, has said that receiving news of the program’s success was like ‘instant gratification’. 

    The 48-year-old actress explained on The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she didn’t expect for it to be renewed for a second season so quickly. 

    Popular: It comes after the series did amazing numbers for Stan in Australia and was renewed for a second season in record time. Pictured: Claudia with her co-star Ricardo Scheihing Vasquez in Bump

    Popular: It comes after the series did amazing numbers for Stan in Australia and was renewed for a second season in record time. Pictured: Claudia with her co-star Ricardo Scheihing Vasquez in Bump

    Wow! Just days after its premiere on January 1, Stan Original series Bump had already received huge numbers for an Australian show launching on a streaming platform

    Wow! Just days after its premiere on January 1, Stan Original series Bump had already received huge numbers for an Australian show launching on a streaming platform

    ‘I think the numbers were so good that they were like, “Yup, okay, we want you back.” For us as creators and for the whole team, it’s like instant gratification’ she said.   

    The show, which reunited the team behind iconic Aussie series Love My Way, broke viewing records for Stan after its launch on New Year’s Day.  

    Season one of Bump followed the story of schoolgirl Oly, who chooses to continue her senior year of high school with her baby daughter accompanying her.

    Season one of the Stan Original Series Bump is available now, only on Stan

    Thrilled: Claudia Karvan, who stars in and produced the series, has said that receiving news of the program's success was like'instant gratification'

    Thrilled: Claudia Karvan, who stars in and produced the series, has said that receiving news of the program’s success was like ‘instant gratification’

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