BBC One has commissioned a full series of sitcom pilot Home From Home, starring Johnny Vegas.
The show originally aired as a pilot as part of the Landmark Sitcom Season in August on BBC Two.
The comedy sees Neil Hackett (Vegas) and his wife Fiona (Joanna Page) achieve their life-long dream of buying a lodge in the Lake District.
However, their happiness is short-lived when they meet their neighbours, The Dillons, played by Adam Jones and Emilia Fox.
The entire cast are set to return for the full series, which will go into production next year.
Johnny Vegas said: "We are thrilled with the news that Home From Home is going to series and cannot wait to get to work. We all felt we were on to something very special whilst making the pilot and were rewarded with some wonderful feedback following its broadcast.
“We have so much more to explore with these characters and relish the opportunity to share where they go from here. The opportunity to work closely with Home From Home's creators, fellow cast members and producer Rebecca Papworth is one I'm chuffed to have. We are absolutely chomping at the bit to deliver a worthy addition to BBC One's rich comedy pedigree.”
Producer Rebecca Papworth said: “Johnny Vegas brought the northern, uptight, chippy Neil Hackett fantastically to life in the pilot episode, and with our wonderful cast and fabulous Lake District location we can't wait to bring more of his excruciating antics to BBC One.”