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Murder in Provence came to a dramatic conclusion with the final episode of season one on Sunday night - and viewers are all saying the same thing about the mystery series.
The latest episode saw Antoine (Roger Allam) and Marine (Nancy Carroll) investigate the death of a young woman, whose demise seemed to be linked to a love affair as well as the discovery of an older woman's body at a vineyard.
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At the end of the instalment, it was revealed that [spoiler alert!] the charming Dr Vannier (John Light) was behind the murders, prompting viewers to take to Twitter to praise the instalment and call for a second series.
One person wrote: "I really hope they make more #MurderInProvence. It's perfect Sunday night telly," while another added: "Thank you @itv for the BRILLIANT TV series #murderinprovence. The relationships between the main characters are truly heartwarming. Love the banter!! The crime stories are also engaging. Please make more of these. Three episodes is not enough!"
A third fan commented: "Absolutely adore #MurderinProvence #JohnLight usually a crafty baddie. #PatriciaHodge brilliant series, great cast, beautiful scenery, great Sunday night TV please can we have more," while another agreed, tweeting: "Hope we're gonna have a second series of #murderinprovence."
Viewers praised the final episode
While a second series has yet to be confirmed by BritBox or ITV, Roger has expressed his desire for another season.
In an interview with RadioTimes.com, the 68-year-old actor was asked how excited he was to see the series get a second airing on ITV. "Very much so!" he replied. "It gives a wider exposure and encourages everyone to commission another series!"
Fans called for a second series
For those unfamiliar with the new series, it follows Investigating Judge, Antoine Verlaque, as he investigates murders in the idyllic city of Aix-en-Provence in France with the help of his romantic partner and Criminal Psychologist, Marine Bonnet.
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