Steve Coogan's iconic character was resurrected for the comedy, which consisted of a series of online shorts by Foster's in 2011 before finding a home at Sky Atlantic.
Speaking to The Guardian, Normal said of the series: "It was great to do something on the internet which was only 11 minutes long. We did some specials for Sky, which again gave it a different life.
"Steve wanted to do other things. You do get with Alan, if they are sitting in a room long enough, they do get 'Alan mad'. Alanageddon."
Normal explained that the production company had taken the idea for a second series to the BBC in 2012, but the channel turned it down before it was eventually picked up by Sky.
"Obviously the BBC has been involved with