BELGRAVIA has been filling the void left by Downton Abbey since it dropped in March and become one of ITV’s biggest period dramas.
But with the first series nearing the end some viewers have been left wondering whether there will be a second season.
Will there be another series of Belgravia?
ITV is yet to confirm if a second series is on the cards but given that the show is based on Julian Fellowes novel of the same name it seems unlikely there will be another.
Plus the author has practically ruled out a second season when asked the question during an interview.
"For me, this is a completed story," Fellowes told Hello! Magazine before adding "we'll have to see if anyone wants anymore."
The writer is best known for his shows Downton Abbey and Netflix's The English Game.
He has been working on the movie sequel of Downton Abbey and HBO drama The Gilded Age but will he have time to write a second series of Belgravia?
What happened in Belgravia season one?
Based on Fellowes’s bestselling 2016 novel, Belgravia follows the elites of London in the 19th century as they contend with secrets and scandals.
At the centre of the drama, set in the 1840s, are the Trenchards, a wealthy, upper-class family whose status in society is at jeopardy when tales of a decade-old love affair are brought to light.
The main protagonist is James Trenchard, a social climber who became one of the Duke of Wellington's main suppliers prior to the battle of Waterloo.
Kicking off the action in 1815, the Trenchard family accept an invitation to a ball hosted by the Duchess of Richmond on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, setting the wheels in motion for this drama.
But their attendance at the ball has consequences for years to come, as secrets come back to haunt them.
Several years later in the 1840s, Anne and James Trenchard's daughter Sophia is left to pick up the pieces of a decades-old love affair.
How can I watch season one?
All six episodes of the first series will be available to watch on the ITVHub following the finale.
The final episode of the season airs on ITV on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at 9pm.
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