TV fans might be aware that crime drama, The Holiday, starring Jill Halfpenny aired earlier this year, but now a brand new audience is enjoying the show thanks to it landing on Netflix.
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The thriller, consisting of four episodes, tells the story of a family who take a trip to Malta which ends up taking a sinister turn after Kate, a police officer, realises her husband is having an affair. Things get even more twisted when a mysterious death occurs. But will there be more episodes in the future? Here's what we know…
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Will there be a series two of The Holiday?
The Holiday was adapted from the book of the same name by T.M. Logan, therefore it's unlikely that more seasons are on the way due to the series covering the book in its entirety. Not only that, the four-part crime thriller was billed as a "mini-series", meaning fans probably won't see the show return.
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Have you watched The Holiday yet?
What are the fans making of The Holiday?
Although season two probably won't happen, the demand is clearly there as fans have been loving the show. One person gave their verdict on Twitter: "Omg how good is The Holiday on Netflix!! #theholiday."
A second said: "Just watched all four episodes of #TheHoliday #Netflix really enjoyed it," as a third added: "@halfpennyjill playing an absolute blinder in #theholiday on #Netflix and she looks absolutely stunning! Go watch folks! I am only on episode 2 but will be gripped until the end #mystery. Highly recommend."
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What have the cast said about The Holiday?
Jill Halfpenny opened up about filming in Malta for the show. "Malta was in a pretty strict lockdown when we were there, so we were in complete isolation for 14 days, doing fittings and read-throughs on Zoom," she told press ahead of the show's release.
"And then we were working six day weeks, so we had to just go to set, film, and go back to our hotel rooms. There was a beach right outside the hotel, but police were patrolling it, making sure people wore masks, so it wasn't very relaxing!"
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