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Mare Of Easttown: Will there be a season 2?

Mare Of Easttown has gripped the globe (Picture: HBO)

Mare Of Easttown has sadly come to an end with Kate Winslet’s Detective Mare Sheehan finally discovering who killed Erin McMenamin in a gripping series finale.

The seven-part HBO crime drama had the globe gripped as they ducked and dived from red herrings and tried to stay on top of the mountain of clues that led Mare to discovering the truth about the teen’s murder.

But the words on everyone’s lips is: Will there be another season of Mare Of Easttown?

Looking for answers? We’ve got you covered.

Will there be a Mare of Easttown season 2?

Mare Of Easttown has been slated as a limited series, so it’s unlikely another fans will be treated to another season.

Will the world be getting another dose of Mare? (Picture: HBO)

However, that being said, creator Brad Ingelsby hasn’t completely ruled out a return.

‘We didn’t ever talk about returning…it’s very much a closed story. I think you’ve seen that now, the story ends. I think all the loose ends get tied up. I hope so at least,’ he said.

‘But I think if we could ever crack a story that was as emotional and surprising, then I think maybe there’s a conversation. I don’t have that in my head right now, but I mean, listen, I love Mare.

Ingelsby added to Esquire: ‘If we could ever give her a great season, I would certainly consider it. I would only do it if I was convinced we could make it great, though. I wouldn’t do it just because you have a chance to do it.

‘I would want to make sure that it was as rich and compelling as I hope this season has been.’

As it stands, a second season of Mare Of Easttown has not been announced.

Mare Of Easttown is available to stream on HBO, NOW and Sky Atlantic.

Credit: Original article published here.

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