The comedy series - which originally ran online as 12 ten-minute episodes - has been re-edited into six 30-minute instalments for television broadcast.
In addition to the first run, Sky Atlantic has commissioned a follow-up second series and a one-off Christmas special.
Coogan is also developing non-Partridge projects for the channel, a Sky representative confirmed.
"We are talking to Steve Coogan about a variety of projects and more details will follow in due course," said the spokesman.
The BBC previously expressed an interest in adapting Mid Morning Matters for television.
Coogan has also suggested that an Alan Partridge movie could start filming in 2012, with the comedian planning to co-write a film script with Armando Iannucci and Borat's Pete Baynham.
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