The first photos from series two of Liar have just been released and we’re even more excited about the show’s return.
The TV series that gripped the nation in 2017 is finally making it’s long-awaited return to the screen.
The psychological thriller is set to air later this year with both Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd returning.
Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly will join the cast as DI Karen Renton.
We were completely wrapped up in the drama of Liar and have been itching to know what will happen next, especially after that final shot of Andrew Earlham’s body lying in the cold, dreary marshes.
The writers of the show commented on the second series and you’re going to love what they have to say.
Harry and Jack Williams spoke to TV Times about the return of the thrilling series. They explained that series two will be set before Earlham’s death.
“There are certainly a few suspects and we hope to explore that further. Andrew has been missing for several weeks and then we see his dead body in the empty marshlands. The question is: what happened in those missing weeks that led to Andrew’s demise?” they commented.
"Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd are back. We’re delighted that anyone frustrated by the cliffhanger will be rewarded for their patience. Questions are answered and the title is central."
Harry commented: "It’s a different lie. Who’s lying about what? The audience will be figuring that out."
We can’t wait for series two!
Fans of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be gutted to hear that the show is reportedly set to end this year.
The show's main writer, Julian Fellowes, is apparently going to leave the UK to work on a new project based in 19th century New York. While nothing has been confirmed yet, one source said that it's an "open secret" this this will be Downton's last year.
Cast members have already begun looking for work elsewhere, with many of their agents hitting the Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA last Sunday to scout for new opportunities for them.
"Some of the actors are keen to let it be known they will be available for work after the summer," said the source. “Joanne Froggatt, Edith Carmichael and Allen Leech were in Los Angeles for the awards last week and there were several meetings about both TV and film roles."
Joanne in particular should have no trouble finding work in the US, having just won a Golden Globe for her role as Anna on the show.
The sixth – and possibly final – series will begin filming soon and will air on ITV this September.
The 2015 Golden Globes took place in Los Angeles last night, and by all accounts it was a very glamorous affair.
Not so much for actress Kathy Bates though, who was left injured due to an unidentified incident during the ceremony. The actress, who had earlier walked the red carpet holding a phone emblazoned with the words "Je Suis Charlie" in solidarity with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack in Paris earlier in the week, seemed visibly hurt about an hour into the ceremony.
The American Horror Story: Freak Show star "screamed out in pain and almost collapsed" after getting hurt, according to Us Weekly. An onlooker reported that poor Kathy steadied herself on a chair before heading back to her own seat.
Kathy was at the show to support her AHS castmates and was nominated for a Globe for her own role in the show, though she was beaten by Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt.
After the mystery injury, the actress "limped back to her table and looked to be crying in pain," said the source. Attendees and stewards apparently rushed to help Kathy after the unfortunate incident.
We wouldn't worry too much though, as Kathy was apparently back to full health at Fox's after party, telling reporters, "I'm fine now! I'm absolutely fine."
After all that, it's thought someone may have stepped on her foot – talk about suffering for your art!