Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm take a bath together

Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm in a scene from new series <i>A Young Doctor's Notebook</i>.

Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm in a scene from new series A Young Doctor's Notebook.

Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm are filming a four-part TV comedy series together called A Young Doctor’s Notebook. And the internet went wild on Friday when a pic of the duo shooting a scene together in a bathtub was released.

The series, which will air on Britain’s Sky Arts channel, will feature semi-autobiographical anecdotes from playwright Mikhail Bulgakov’s experiences working as a doctor during the beginning of the Russian Revolution in 1917.  The series has been made in association with Point West Pictures, the production company owned by Hamm and his partner Jennifer Westfeldt.

Radcliffe will play the younger version of Russian medic Dr. Vladimir Bomgard, who converses with his older self, played by Hamm.

The Harry Potter star admitted that the bath scene had been fun to film, saying: "It was great, because you know you are the envy of every woman ever."


Hamm, who was born and bred in the USA had to work on his British accent for the role. He is quoted as saying "I've been watching Bridget Jones's Diary on infinite loop, and I think I've finally got this accent thing sorted." Love him.

You can view more promo shots from the series here.