"Related: would be returning for not just a fifth but also a sixth series, following three series on BBC Two and a successful transition to BBC One for the fourth.Of course, with series five being delayed, in all likelihood the earliest we'd see the series after that would be in 2020.?
"It was reasonably conclusive that Roz had accepted her guilt and she was serving her sentence, but we never close the door on any living character," he told There's potential too for both DS Sam Railston (Aiysha Hart) and DCS Lester Hargreaves (Tony Pitts) to resurface.
Both characters featured in series four's finale, with Sam appearing to have unfinished business with ex-boyfriend Steve.
"Finally, Nigel Boyle – who played DI / DCI Ian Buckells in series one and four of – told us that he's keen to return for another outing."I'd love it if Buckells came back again, but I just don't know! "I don't think anyone's going to know until the scripts have been written.
But I'd be absolutely delighted to come back."Unfortunately, new episodes of There's still a slim chance we might get to see series five by late 2018, though, with the writer telling us, "We're not due to film the series till next year.
It’s a series meant to be watched late at night, with the lights off, experienced like a ghost story around a campfire that’s burning down to its final embers.
Netflix’s first original German series — part of a growing foray into international productions, aimed at digging deeper into local entertainment markets — comes from Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese, the co-writers and director of 2014’s hacker-thriller isn’t just about a murder that comes with a disturbing tinge of the supernatural.
The series is conceptually dark, full of cheating spouses, ugly secrets, grotesque killings, and dead birds falling from the sky in a hail of limp, twisted bodies.
But more noticeably, it’s as physically dark as an early David Fincher movie, and it carries the same level of ominous weight.
It’s about a community of people, all with their own problems, and all linked in different ways — both in the present and in the past.