How many episodes of Crossfire are there - and will there be a season two? 

When will the Keeley Hawes series conclude? Get the details...

Crossfire is the BBC Drama that everyone is talking about right now, as it follows Keeley Hawes as a woman fighting to keep her friends and family safe as gunmen enter the resort where they are holidaying. The edge-of-your-seat thriller has kept fans gripped, but how many episodes are there - and will there be a second season? Find out here… 

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The show is short but sweet, and is a three-parter that will conclude on Thursday night. In the episode, Jo is set to have a stand-off against Flavio, while Miriam and Abhi struggle as hostages and special forces arrive. Bring it on!

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WATCH: Keeley Hawes stars in the drama by Louise Doughty

 So will there be a second season? Unfortunately there has been no word from the show’s cast or creators about a follow-up just yet, but we can’t wait to find out if we will return to Jo’s life in the future. 

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Speaking about her inspiration for the series, creator Louise Doughty explained: "I wanted to write about an ordinary group of people; ordinary holidaymakers from Britain, in a resort hotel like this when such an attack occurs. I wanted to write about the human choices that we all make under pressure and of course the consequences of those decisions that reverberate for years to come." 

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Keeley added: "I think the hope with Crossfire is that it is one of those shows that there is this horrendous question, this awful moral dilemma of, what would I do in that situation. That really is at the heart of the show and what I hope that people are left with. I mean it's quite a thrilling ride and it’s quite dark in places… I would be really satisfied if people walked away and were debating what would I do? Because that is where the story came from with Louise. What would I do in that situation? That is what was interesting to me about it and everyone else who had read it." 

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