NICOLE Kidman hinted at a second series of The Undoing as she paid an emotional tribute about “working with the cast and crew again”.
The Sky Atlantic show’s finale wrapped up the story neatly but it seems there could be more in store for the characters.
Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant filming The Undoing[/caption]
Nicole shared a series of pictures alongside the cast and crew of the show on her Instagram.
But she captioned the pics: “I’m forever grateful for each and every member of our cast & crew of #TheUndoing.
“They poured their hearts and souls into our show and it showed throughout the entire season Greatly looking forward to working with all of you again xx”
While this could be professional courtesy, fans were quick to suggest she could be hinting towards a season two.
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Nicole hinted there could be another series[/caption]
The Undoing solved the murder but it could continue[/caption]
One person asked: “Does that mean there’s a second series?? ”
A second added: “Bring on Season 2!!! Huge fan here!”
A third remarked: “So that means a season two Nic?”
The Undoing followed Nicole Kidman’s character Grace as she tries to uncover who murdered her husband Jonathan’s (Hugh Grant) mistress Elena (Matilda De Angelis).
The show was a hit with fans[/caption]
Nicole said she would work with everyone again[/caption]
The star with the crew[/caption]
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The killer was unmasked in the final episode, with the story wrapped.
This is bad for people hoping for a season two, as The Undoing is a limited series based on Jean Hanff Korelitz’s 2014 novel You Should Have Known.
While the murderer has been uncovered, the show could take hints from fellow HBO series Big Little Lies.
After solving the murder in the first series, the second followed the aftermath of Perry’s death.