The Lazarus Project, starring Joe Barton, will be returned for a second season following a successful launch.
After its first 28 days on air, the series reportedly had a cumulative audience of 1.70 million, making it the second-most watched original drama of the year for the channel.
"We are ecstatic at the success of series one and the recommission of Sky. We have bold and ambitious plans for series two, which will bring all of our characters together in more thrilling and mind-bending adventures," said Barton and executive producer Johnny Capps.
Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You) will reprise his role as George in season two, as will Charly Clive as Sarah, Rudi Dharmalingam as Shiv, and Anjli Mohindra as Archie.
The series follows George as he is recruited by a hidden organization that has the ability to alter time to prevent extinction-level threats. Meanwhile, he must figure out what the time loop he's stuck in is all about.
Barton gave fans a sneak peek at what to expect from the eight-episode series that ended with a number of unanswered questions.
The author stated that he wants to investigate more deeply into the dreadful behaviors of those working on The Lazarus Project.
"They have this incredible power they live in this world where they can manipulate space and time, and they could live without consequences if they wanted to... and how does this affect them?
"What does that alter their perceptions of morality? It's something I believe is interesting and we'll keep going."
Season 2 of The Lazarus Project will be released again in 2023.