Unforgotten writer posts first look at season 5 – and fans already have A LOT of thoughts

Unforgotten writer posts first look at season 5 – and fans already have A LOT of thoughts


UNFORGOTTEN'S writer has posted the first look at season five – and fans already have A LOT of thoughts.

The ITV drama's fourth series concluded in dramatic fashion back in March with Nicola Walker's character DCI Cassie Stuart dying following a car accident.

Soon after, it was confirmed the show would continue without her for a fifth series, and now writer Chris Lang has shared a new update with fans.

Taking to Twitter, Chris shared a picture of his laptop on a table with some of the script for a series five episode visible.

Chris captioned it: "Back in my other office, in the heart of Soho, writing #Unforgotten 5. Happy."

Fans immediately responded to the exciting news, with one writing: "Hmm is Sunny having problems with his personal life, I can see Aisha and possibly a David. Bet Usha's back."

Chris replied: "Maybe he is. Maybe he isn't. Ain't sayin'."

Another fan tweeted: "Please write in a Dallas-type shower scene where Cassie didn’t really die."

A third added: "Please make Sunny the boss and not put somebody above him. His character arc to leadership will be fascinating."

Meanwhile actor David Morrissey – who has starred in the likes of The Walking Dead, Britannia and The Missing wrote: "Am I in it?"

Cassie's death left fans in floods of tears and also asking whether the show would return without her.

ITV then confirmed Unforgotten would be back for a fifth series, revealing in a statement: "ITV would like to thank Nicola Walker for playing the brilliant role of Cassie Stuart in four series of Unforgotten which has become one of the best loved and most critically acclaimed police dramas on TV.

"Nicola and writer Chris Lang decided that Cassie's story would come to an end last night, but that Unforgotten would continue, in series 5, with a new case, and a new 'Partner in Crime' for DI Sunny Khan."

Unforgotten airs on ITV.

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