OCN has confirmed that “Life on Mars” and “Voice 2” will be follow-up dramas to its upcoming drama “Mistress,” which is set to air on April 28.

“Mistress” is a remake of British television series, “Mistresses.” A sensuous mystery thriller featuring four female leads, the drama will be Han Ga In‘s return to the small screen in six years. It is set to air every Saturday and Sunday at 10:20 p.m. KST.

When “Mistress” comes to an end, “Life on Mars” will fill its spot. “Life on Mars” is a remake of BBC’s drama of the same title. Jung Kyung Ho, Go Ah Sung, and Park Sung Woong are confirmed to play the leads.

“Voice 2” will be a follow-up to “Life on Mars,” airing in the same time slot. The first season of the drama aired in 2017, receiving critical acclaim and great viewership ratings. For this season, Lee Jin Wook and Lee Ha Na will play the lead roles.

OCN also revealed that “Hand,” a drama about exorcism and shamanism, is set to air in September on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The drama is in discussion to air during late nights, but the exact time has not yet been decided. “Hand” tells the story of psychics, priests, and investigators who fight crimes caused by supernatural powers. It aims to deal with the original subject of Korean exorcism and shamanism. Actor Kim Jae Wook is in talks to take on the leading role.

The director of OCN stated, “We’re always grateful to viewers who have loved OCN’s original dramas. We’ve come to expand our lineup to weekdays because we saw the potential to grow the fandom that loves the satisfying catharsis and poetic justice in OCN dramas.” She added that they will continue to create and air well-made content to repay viewers’ for their love and support.

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