Tin Star could be set for a comeback in the future, executive producer Alison Jackson has confirmed.
The third and final series of the Sky Atlantic crime drama, which stars Tim Roth and Genevieve O’Reilly, has been released today, but Jackson teased that this new chapter might not actually mark the end for the Worth family.
‘Well, I know the ending and I think yes, it could come back,’ she told Metro.co.uk.
‘We certainly went into season 3 knowing that it would be the conclusion of the big overarching story. But never say never.
‘They are three amazing characters and there’s more to find out about them, for sure. But for now, that’s it.’
Jackson added: ‘I think there’s only ever point in doing another series of anything if you think there’s more stuff to find out about the characters.’
The show’s third season – Tin Star: Liverpool – sees the Worth family return to ‘confront their menacing past’.
‘Thousands of miles away from the Rocky vista of Canadian town, Little Big Bear, Jack, Angela and Anna return to the UK 20 years after leaving to confront the sinister truth they ran from,’ teases the official synopsis.
‘The secrets they hold threaten a group of dangerous criminals who are still operating in the city.
‘Leading this gang is Merseyside’s most successful crime boss Michael Ryan (Ian Hart). Michael is a fearless, resourceful and clever businessman generating major redevelopment in the city.
‘Firmly rooted in the underworld, he can also smell the law through concrete walls and across county lines which is why he remains un-convicted of any major drugs related crime.’
It continued: ‘And it’s not just a business feud, it’s deeply personal and on top of having the inside track on local corruption and drugs trafficking, Angela and Jack hold a deeper secret, which if exposed, will blow the city apart.’
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