Angela Griffin has revealed her hopes for a fourth season of Harlots. The period drama, which stars Angela alongside other big names including Jessica Brown Findlay and Lesley Manville, was recently cancelled by Hulu, but has gained a huge audience thanks to the BBC airing its third series.
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Angela, who plays Elizabeth Harvey in the show, spoke to HELLO! for a recent interview in which she spoke about the show's future.
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"It was cancelled by Hulu and it was one of those cancellations where they said we've done brilliant, the viewing figures for the third season were really great, but they we wanted to leave it on a high," she explained. "Which I always understand, no one wants to leave a show on a low, but it was also equally frustrating when you've only just come in!"
The White Lines star also opened up about the prospect of a fourth series: "As far as I know, it's done and dusted, but I do kind of feel like there should be a petition somewhere for the BBC to make it. I'm sure if the BBC decide that it had a slot, they could possibly reignite it."
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Angela plays Elizabeth Harvey in Harlots
She added: "I'd love for it to go for another season. It's really popular and it's a critical success as well. It's so diverse, it's full of women, it's from a female's point of view, and all the creative team behind it is really diverse, too."
Angela, 44, was chatting to HELLO! to celebrate her recent campaign with Aunt Bessies as part of their "Time to Roast" campaign to unite families together. The actress, who's a mother of two, revealed how special meal times were in her house, particularly during lockdown earlier this year.
Angela with her husband and two daughters
"Sunday roasts are really special in our house, they always have been since I was a kid that was THE meal of the week. I think especially right now, with everything that's going on and during lockdown because you're all in a house together, you've got to make some moments special.
"We made sure that on our Sundays everyone had to put devices down, everyone had to come down and that was our time to be together."
Angela has teamed up with Aunt Bessie's to share how she prepares her traditional roast dinner. Check out her video at @auntbessiesofficial.
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