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COUNT ABDULLA AXED BY ITV AFTER ONE SERIES

Count Abdulla, one of ITV's string of new comedy launches of 2023, will not be returning for a second series.



Count Abdulla follows Abdulla Khan (Arian Nik, The Bay) - a mid-twenties British-Pakistani Muslim doctor stuck in an identity crisis, caught between his religious mother and his secular, hedonistic friends. But when Abdulla is bitten by a vampire (Jaime Winstone, Four Lives) he suddenly becomes the outsider’s outsider.



An ITV spokesperson told TV Zone: "Count Abdulla sadly won't be returning for a second series, we'd like to thank the cast and crew for all their hard work in bringing [Count Abdulla] to our screens."


This new 6x30 comedy series is written by Kaamil Shah and directed by Asim Abbasi (Churails). Count Abdulla is a Fudge Park production, produced by Hussain Casey Ahmed (Afterlife), with executive producer Phil Gilbert (White Gold).



Count Abdulla is available on ITVX.

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