Gavin and Stacey can be again in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later (Image: Getty/BBC)
Final 12 months’s festive particular left viewers on a cliffhanger and the BBC’s Chief Content material Officer Charlotte Moore assured followers that they’ll be seeing extra of the present ‘at some point’.
The hour-long Gavin and Stacey particular aired on Christmas Day final 12 months, and ended when Nessa (Ruth Jones) proposed to Smithy (James Corden). Whereas we will’t anticipate a solution about their future in 2020, followers can hope to see extra of the pair in some unspecified time in the future.
‘That wasn’t one thing that was going to occur this 12 months,’ Charlotte said, including: ‘In the future.’
Charlotte additionally confirmed that there’ll be Christmas specials for Physician Who, Name the Midwife and Mrs Brown’s Boys, in addition to a highly-anticipated return for The Vicar of Dibley.
Whereas it was a ‘actual wrestle’ to get the reveals prepared in time in the course of the coronavirus pandemic, she stated: ‘A number of the huge expertise and the manufacturing groups have rallied collectively, and we really feel it’s actually vital to have Christmas.’
Followers wish to know what occurred after final 12 months’s cliffhanger ending (Image: BBC/G&S TV Productions Ltd.)
Gavin and Stacey made our Christmas in 2019 (Credit: PA)
Gavin and Stacey ran for 3 collection between 2007 and 2010, with the primary forged reuniting for a particular on BBC One final 12 months.
Charlotte isn’t the one particular person to have teased one other return for the present. Larry Lamb, who performs Mick Shipman on the present, beforehand informed OK! magazine that ‘it’s a query of when, not if’ the present would come again after final 12 months’s cliffhanger finale.
In the meantime, star Ruth Jones not too long ago managed to keep away from answering whether or not she had used lockdown to write more episodes of the hit comedy.
Followers have additionally been calling for her character to replace Kiosk Keith on I’m A Superstar… Get Me Out Of Right here!.