*Contains spoilers for Finding Alice*
Finding Alice star Isabella Pappas has revealed there could be another season of the ITV drama after series one ended on a major cliffhanger.
The new series, which began on Sunday but is available to watch in full on the ITV Hub, focuses on the death of Harry (Jason Merrells) who plays the role of Charlotte’s (Isabella) dad.
The dark comedy mainly centres around Charlotte’s mum Alice, (Keeley Hawes) who is not only reeling from her husband’s death, but she also discovers many things about Harry that she never knew.
One thing Alice finds out is that not only are they completely broke, but he has signed over the house he built for his family to his parents.
She also discovers early on in the drama that her husband has a secret son called George (George Webster) and he had frozen his sperm in case he wanted any more children.
With us so far?
Speaking to Metro.co.uk about how viewers will react to the ending, Isabella began: ‘It’s good because it’s funny. It answers the questions that season one presents but then it gives us a beautiful opening for another season.
‘The thing that I find so interesting in terms of the writing is that you’ve got all these questions that you want answered.
‘And then, when you finally get the answers in the last episode, something even bigger happens and you’re like, “Oh no. I want the answer to that now”.
‘So all of these tiny answers kind of come together to create one bigger kind of question.’
Just as things start looking up for Alice and Charlotte in the last episode, things are not as they seem with George…
The actress went on to talk about how she felt when she read the ending of the script.
‘I felt shock,’ she added. ‘And then I felt like I needed to know what happens next.
‘You want more which I think is good because then that opens it up. It would be amazing if we did season two.’
Either way, we can’t wait for season two.
Finding Alice returns on Sunday at 9pm on ITV or is available to watch on the ITV Hub.
Credit: Original article published here.