In March of 2015, we reported that Stan Lee and Downton Abbey production company Carnival Films were working together on a British superhero drama called Lucky Man. The show was being made in collaboration with U.K. pay-cable network Sky TV, and it was set to revolve around a detective named Harry Clayton (played by James Nesbitt) who owns a magical bracelet that allows him to manipulate people’s luck. That does make it more of a “guy with superpowers” show than a proper superhero show, but that’s just splitting hairs.
Anyway, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the series has finally made its way over to America, with the first season of Lucky Man now available in the U.S. on iTunes. A second season will be airing this year on Sky TV, and now American audiences can catch up before that happens. The THR story doesn’t say how soon the second season might appear on the American iTunes, but maybe you should ration these a little just in case it takes a while.