Will there be a second series of Crossfire? | The Sun

CROSSFIRE has been unleased by the BBC and has gripped viewers.

In the BBC One thriller Keeley Hawes plays a woman on a holiday from hell with her family.

Will there be a second series of Crossfire?

Crossfire was created and written by author Louise Doughty, and was her first original screenplay for the BBC.

At the moment there has been no comment from the Beeb on whether there will be another series or not.

Crossfire only kicked off yesterday (September 20, 2022) and is running on BBC One at 9pm over three consecutive nights, ending Tomorrow (September 22, 2022).

All episodes can also be watched on the BBC iPlayer once they have aired

Read more on Crossfire

Keeley Hawes reveals what made Crossfire more exciting to film than Bodyguard

How Keeley Hawes new drama has all action of The Bodyguard but with a twist

What is Crossfire about?

In Crossfire Keeley Hawes plays Jo Cross, a married mum of three whose family take a holiday in the Canary Islands, where she suddenly has to recall her police training to combat a gang of armed men who attack their secluded hotel.

Gunmen, out for revenge, have, in an instant, turned a slice of paradise into a terrifying heartbreaking hell.

Both holidaymakers and hotel staff are forced to make split-second life-or-death decisions as a result of the shootings.

For once, Keeley’s character is the one who picks up a gun in a bid to protect her loved ones.

Most read in Drama


Find out if new BBC drama Crossfire is based on a true story


Here's how many episodes there are in BBC drama Crossfire


Crossfire viewers blast ‘insensitive’ BBC over shooting massacre scenes


Crossfire viewers forced to 'switch off' just minutes into new thriller

In another departure from the usual drama rules, Jo is revealed as a complex character who is cheating on her husband Jason, played by another Line Of Duty actor, Lee Ingleby.

Who stars in Crossfire?

Crossfire features and incredible cast, and includes a mix of British and Spanish actors.

The line-up for the BBC thriller includes:

  • Keeley Hawes as Jo – Known for Bodyguard, The Durrells, Finding Alice, and Line Of Duty.
  • Josette Simon as Miriam – Known for Small Axe, and Riviera.
  • Vikash Bhai as Chinar Doshi – Known for The Stranger, and Limbo.
  • Noah Leggott as Adam – Known for The Sitter, and Matlida.
  • Anneika Rose as Abhi – Known for Deadwater Fell, and Line of Duty.
  • Hugo Silva as Mateo – Known for Nasdrovia, and The Cook of Castamar.
  • Lee Ingleby as Jason – Known for The A Word, and The Serpent Queen.
  • Daniel Ryan as Ben – Known for The Bay, and Home Fires.
  • Alba Brunet as Bea – Known for Operation Mincemeat, and Paraiso.

Read More on The Sun

Watch the moment Holly and Phil ‘jump the HUGE queue to see the Queen’s coffin’

William & Harry have a ‘forgotten’ stepsister & she was at the Queen’s funeral

  • Shalisha James-Davis – Known for Alex Rider, and I May Destroy You.
  • Ariyon Bakare – Known for His Dark Materials, and Good Omens.

Source: Read Full Article