THE Pact viewers are convinced that Christine “killed” her husband and is covering it up with her eldest son Will.
Tonight’s second episode saw Connor growing closer to Megan and Jamie, while Christine pulled out all the stops to dispute his claim that he’s her biological son.
The Pact viewers are convinced that Christine ‘killed’ husband HarryCredit: BBC
Viewers spotted a string of red flags on tonight’s second episodeCredit: BBC
Viewers discovered that Christine was hiding documents and used friend Kate to help her get away with something sinister.
Meanwhile, Will was forced to deal with the consequences of his actions after beating up Connor and was given an ultimatum from his wife, Samantha.
As Megan’s wedding to Gethin loomed, Connor’s appearance at her hen party caused further tension.
Everything came to a head with a pivotal DNA test, which proved Connor was not Christine’s son, but did not rule out who the father was.
At the end of the episode, Connor stumbled upon an incriminating USB and Christine was left in a fit of rage after he promised to keep “digging” for the truth.
Viewers have insisted that Christine killed husband Harry and is covering it up.
They suspect Connor is Harry’s son from an extramarital affair and Christine is rejecting him out of fear of him discovering the truth.
One wrote: “The mother is dodgy; I think she killed her husband and is forcing Will to cover it up. #ThePact”
Another posted: “So did Christine bump off the husband and her friend helped her dispose of him? #ThePact”
A third said: “I really don’t trust Christine. She knows more than she’s letting on. #ThePact”
Someone else asked: “Harry walked out or is dead after Christine found out he had an affair. #ThePact”
Meanwhile, others are convinced that Connor is actually Christine’s son and believe she faked the DNA results.
One wrote: “I bet Christine faked the DNA results. #ThePact”
This brand-new story makes way for new characters with the cast, including Bafta-winning actress Rakie Ayola, who takes centre stage alongside serving as executive producer.
Social worker Christine’s family, oldest son Will, youngest son Jamie, and daughter Megan, are trying to get on with their lives after the recent tragic death of their brother Liam.
As they look forward to Megan’s wedding, the family have their lives turned upside down when a stranger, Connor, arrives in town claiming a connection that nobody could have imagined.
As buried secrets come to light, they must consider who they are and grapple with morality and divided loyalty.
As their lives spiral out of control, a terrible pact may be all that can save them.
The Pact brings with it an incredible brand-new cast – apart from Rakie Ayola who was in the first series, but this time she plays a new character.
Speaking about being on The Pact again, Rakie Ayola told the BBC: “I’m thrilled to be working again with Little Door and BBC Wales leading this talented cast to bring Pete’s wonderfully mysterious story to life.
“As an Exec-Producer on this series, it’s hugely important to me to see the wealth of opportunity this production is offering both to established talent and those new to the industry both behind and in front of camera.”