Fans of the BBC One Yorkshire set cop show are waiting with bated breath
England will be ‘going into lockdown’ again when the series conclusion of Happy Valley airs tonight, joked an avid viewer of the Yorkshire-set crime drama.
Excited fans are waiting with bated breath to see what happens to Catherine, Tommy and Ryan on Sunday night. So far, the BBC One series has attracted a truly spectacular number of viewers with 11.3 million watching the latest series.
Yorkshire Live shared a post on Facebook and reader commented, sharing their love for the show set in Calder Valley, which stars Sarah Lancashire as West Yorkshire Police Sergeant Catherine Cawood, James Norton as Tommy Lee Royce and Rhys Connah as Ryan Cawood.
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Carol Douglas said: “The country is about to go into ‘Lockdown’ at 9pm … I’m down to re-watch series one and two on the next few Sunday evenings.”
Kitt Smith said: “My Sunday evening won’t be the same. Thank goodness there’s Vera to catch up on.
“My daughter didn’t watch any of it. Now she’s on series two but won’t have time to catch up before tonight. Now we can’t discuss it till she’s seen it all.”
Tracy Corrigan said: “I only started series one just under two weeks ago after having never seen any of it. I was hooked and now I’m caught up with the rest of the world ready for tonight.”
Sarah Fenwick said: “I think Sarah Lancashire definitely needs to be made a dame! Absolutely superb actress and Sally Wainwright deserves an OBE/MBE pure genius writer.”
Jean Hicks said: “Such a brilliant Drama. Go back to the beginning seve years ago. You don’t know what you’re missing. Acting from all the cast is unforgettable.”