He recently confirmed that there will be a third series of After Life thanks to its popularity on Netflix.
And Ricky Gervais appeared to be in good spirits as he stepped out in north London on Thursday.
The actor, 58, kept it casual in a grey sweatshirt which he paired with baggy jogging bottoms and black trainers.
Dressed down: Ricky Gervais, 58, looked to be in good spirits as he stepped out in north London on Thursday
He wore his dark hair slicked back and was sporting his signature facial stubble.
The sitcom writer finished the look with mirrored sunglasses before giving a brief glance toward the camera.
Gervais appeared to be on his own as he made the most of the good weather amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Understated: The actor kept it casual in a grey sweatshirt which he paired with baggy jogging bottoms and black trainers
It comes just days after Gervais confirmed that there will be a third series of After Life thanks to its popularity on Netflix.
He delighted fans as he took to Twitter on Wednesday to make the announcement.
Speaking about the show, he wrote: 'Because so many of you watched #AfterLife2 so quickly and made it Number 1 again, the nice people at @Netflix have suggested that I get off my fat a*** and do another season. This is all your fault.'
Ricky also told The Hollywood Reporter: 'I was planning to retire soon and just wander around the house drunk until I die, but I’ve grown a bit tired of doing that during the lockdown, and also Netflix made me an offer I couldn’t refuse.'
Fans were quick to react to his post and share their delight over a third series after season two was met with applause.
One person wrote: 'Please do. Sobbing then laughing can be so cathartic. Just gets better and better.'
A different fan put: 'It is such a great show!!! Fabulous cast! Fabulous story!'
In the making: The actor, 58, delighted fans as he took to Twitter on Wednesday to make the announcement
Excited: Fans were quick to react to his post and share their delight over a third series after season two was met with applause
While a third follower commented: 'Our plan has succeeded! Get to work Ricky!'
Earlier this month Gervais, who stars in the show as grieving widower Tony Johnson, had hinted at the possibility of a third instalment after saying he was inundated with emotional messages from fans.
The writer said that he was met with unanimously glowing responses from viewers after the second series aired.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
Addressing fans in a Twitter livestream at the time, he said: 'I'd love to do a season three - I've got ideas for it. It looks like it's going to go down a storm, so if this reaction carries on